Topics Related to Cybersecurity Awareness

While data breaches can be the result of a system or human error, a vast majority of data breaches are the result of cyberattacks, where a cybercriminal gains unlawful access to sensitive system data.

Keeping information safe and secure is challenging developments for businesses of all sizes over the last few years. There are four steps businesses of all shapes and sizes can take to better protect themselves against cyberattacks:

In this increasingly wireless world, the steps households should take in terms of cybersecurity have changed. There are three steps households can take to better protect themselves against cyberattacks.

It can be easy to become overwhelmed and to feel powerless in the face of the “insurmountable” threats posed by cybersecurity.  But nothing could be further from the truth. It can be easy to stay safe online. 

We all have a role to play in strengthening the cybersecurity of our state and nation. That is why the 2022 Cybersecurity Awareness Month theme is "See Yourself in Cyber."

Data Privacy Week is an excellent opportunity to raise awareness about privacy and data protection as well as the ways everyday decisions can affect privacy.

When COVID-19 interrupted our ways of life earlier this year, the internet became even more essential and necessary as friends and loved ones found new ways to stay in touch, employees adapted to teleworking, students took to virtual learning and patients leveraged telehealth as an option for hea

The COVID-19 pandemic has led to an increase in employee teleworking and businesses sharing more information over the internet.

March Madness is just around the corner, and cybercriminals are ready to take advantage of the hype surrounding your favorite college teams and their basketball championship quests through phishing schemes.

Catfishing is a deceptive activity where a person creates a fake identity on a social network account, usually targeting a specific victim for deception or fraud. It’s commonly used in romance scams on dating websites for financial gain or to compromise a victim in some way.