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In 2022, the greatest threat vector is phishing attacks, which are responsible for more than 80% of all breaches to individuals and organizations. These are a result of misused or stolen passwords; hackers, despite their name, don’t “hack in”, but instead log in using credentials phished via social engineering. 

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Businesses cannot rely on surface-level fixes for their cybersecurity, says MyCena

n mid-March, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) released a report highlighting how cyber actors routinely exploit poor security configurations, weak controls, and other poor cyber hygiene practices to gain access and compromise user systems. 

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In mid-March, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) released a report highlighting how cyber actors routinely exploit poor security configurations, weak controls, and other poor cyber hygiene practices to gain access and compromise user systems. 

 »  Read More

Businesses cannot rely on surface-level fixes for their cybersecurity, says MyCena

In mid-March, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) released a report highlighting how cyber actors routinely exploit poor security configurations, weak controls, and other poor cyber hygiene practices to gain access and compromise user systems. 

 »  Read More

In 2022, the greatest threat vector is phishing attacks, which are responsible for more than 80% of all breaches to individuals and organizations. These are a result of misused or stolen passwords; hackers, despite their name, don’t “hack in”, but instead log in using credentials phished via social engineering. 

 »  Read More