Last month, the SUNBURST attack on SolarWinds Orion, FireEye, and various government agencies shook cybersecurity. The unprecedented attack has remained in the news consistently, despite taking place a month ago. On January 5 of this year, US intelligence officially pointed the finger at Russia being the one behind the attack. How did we get here? […]

Recently, I read an article by Oz Alashe with a pretty bold title: “Stop saying employees are the weakest link in cybersecurity.” It’s a great read, and I agree with a lot of it. But it did make me think: Where does cybersecurity responsibility ultimately lie? And is there even an easy answer to this?…
In March 2020, the world was forced to stay at home. For some, this meant a complete overhaul of working processes. A lot of companies struggled to create a supportive work-from-home environment for their employees. This quick transformation put a spotlight on one major aspect of remote working many hadn’t previously considered: cybersecurity. In this…

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Serena Raymond
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What were the biggest data breaches of 2020 so far? We go record-by-record to discover the largest data leaks.

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What is Domain Greylisting?

Serena Raymond
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Domain greylisting temporarily blocks users from visiting suspicious websites. This method of spam filtering protects you from phishing attacks and malware.