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Top Five Digital Tips for Thriving in the New Normal

Reports, op-eds, and documentaries point out that many 2020 pandemic-prompted changes are likely here to stay. From contactless takeout food delivery to the widespread adoption of virtual meetings, the disruption of COVID caused many technological and digital shifts for organizations. According to recent information from PWC, which surveyed businesses cross-industry, CEOs plan to make their companies more digital and virtual. …

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Attacks on Digital Learning

How School Districts can defend themselves from increased cyberattacks. While there are changes for each generation of students to experience, it’s safe to say that the impact of the pandemic on the scholastic world in 2020 was dramatic and immediate. The transition from in-person classes to web-based learning was startling for everyone, but especially K-12 students because of the rigid …

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Developing Active Defense from Password Spraying & Credential Stuffing

Microsoft Active Directory (AD) is ubiquitous across the corporate landscape; you probably use it to authorize access at almost every level. Due to its popularity and importance, AD is a perfect target for cyber attacks. Hackers frequently use password spraying and credential stuffing as attack methods, especially against AD. With many traditional password ‘best practices’ being outdated, are you prepared …

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Pride and Passwords: Top Hacking Methods & How to Prevent Them

Cybersecurity is becoming a pressing issue for IT professionals in all fields. There are headlines every week about data breaches of all sizes and the attacks themselves come from many angles. This article details the password attack methods hackers frequently used against enterprises and provides solutions as to how your business can prevent damage or breaches. 1. Dictionary Attacks A …

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A Benchmark for Your Unsafe Passwords

News and warnings about data breaches and leaks abound at the moment, emphasizing the need for increased cybersecurity regardless of the industry. Microsoft’s Active Directory is often the perfect target for bad actors seeking to abuse compromised credentials. Despite the frequency of compromised credentials being the cause of data breaches, most organizations do not know whether their users’ passwords are safe. …