Last week, Xfinity had an outage that virtually covered the entire state of Florida. Immediately the conspiracies started flying. Maybe it was Russia or China, or maybe 100 other reasons. The reality is that a cut fiber optic cable disrupted 72% of landline and internet customers, while 26% had a total blackout.
I wonder if you happened to catch the 60 Minutes interview on Easter Sunday called Shields Up or the interview last night with the FBI director, Christopher Wray? Both were great interviews and highlighted the importance of Cybersecurity and the possibility of Russian and China-based Cyberattacks.
Your business is an Orchestra for which you are the conductor. You can’t possibly do everything by yourself in your business, so you hire professionals to be your orchestra members. Every member plays their instruments gleefully, culminating in one beautiful symphony.
I have been reading a lot about passwords vs. passphrases vs. multi-factor authentication vs. adaptive multi-factor authentication vs. biometrics and how to overcome the never-ending need to keep them secure. I know what best practices will tell me, and the truth is that a different password for every website is not practical, but neither is the same password for all websites.
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Since June of 2021, the fear of cyberattacks has grown significantly, primarily due to several high-profile incidents such as the Colonial Pipeline and Kaseya ransomware attacks or the ParkMobile data breach that left enterprises struggling to deal with the fallout and the widespread fear for the next cyberattack.
Over the last few months, you’ve heard a lot about cybercrimes and attacks on American businesses, and while this is all still an issue, there is the good side of cyber hacking. By now, you probably have heard of Anonymous. The notorious cyber hacktivist organization. Over the past few days, Anonymous declared war on Russia.