Cybersecurity Awareness Month Recap and Video Series

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Cybersecurity Awareness Month Recap and Video Series

Cybersecurity Awareness Month Recap and Video Series

To celebrate Cybersecurity Awareness Month, our team produced a series of short cybersecurity-focused videos to highlight the subject matter expertise of our team and educate the public on a variety of ways to protect themselves. Click the link below to check them out! 

President Scott Gray says there’s good news and bad news. The good news is cybersecurity awareness is increasing. The bad news: it’s only increasing because cybercrime is becoming more and more prevalent.  Watch to learn more about cybercrime hot spots and how businesses can protect themselves.

 

Millions of people upload content to the video platform TikTok each day while others consider it nothing less than a threat to American national security. Is TikTok a cybersecurity threat? Hear from our VP of General Counsel and former US Attorney Jay Town on the subject.

Ransomware: To Pay or Not to Pay? One of the most common questions we get asked is if businesses should pay a ransomware attacker. Most cyber professionals say no, but that’s often easier said than done when your business could be losing thousands of dollars for every minute it’s not operating normally. Hear more from VP of Cybersecurity and DevOps David Jarmon on this topic.

To put it simply, maintaining proper cyber hygiene is a lot like performing routine maintenance on your car. In the long run, it’s cheaper to put preventative measures in place than to be the victim of a cyberattack.