AI

Can AI be Used to Mitigate Human Error?

Each month that passes, the cybersecurity industry continues to struggle with new hacking techniques, rapidly evolving threats, and how to communicate the severity of the issues to organizations. One problem that can’t necessarily be solved by cybersecurity professionals is the broad category of ‘human error’. In his IT Toolbox article, Josh Horwitz (COO of Enzoic) discusses whether or not Artificial …

e-learning

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 …

Social Engineering Tactics

How Social Engineering Tactics Can Crack Multi-factor Authentication

Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is one of many tools in your cybersecurity toolbox. Strong MFA will form layers of security between bad actors and your data systems and accounts. But if you’re relying on MFA to guard your system from cyber threats alone, you could be more at risk than you realize. MFA can be powerful protection, but it isn’t infallible. …

phishing

Gone Phishing: Coronavirus Scams in Action

A recent survey found that pandemic-related fraud is top of mind for consumers, with 52 percent of respondents saying they’re more worried about being victimized by a scam than normal. Thirty-two percent believe they have already been targeted by some form of attack, and 44 percent have noticed an uptick in calls, texts and emails from unknown numbers and sources. …