Phishers can gain access to a company’s computers, networks and systems by tricking unsuspecting employees into clicking on email links with embedded malware. When employees use public access points that are not secure, cybercriminals can use wireless snooping tools to access sensitive data and transactions in combination with unsecure file sharing, where directories and files are made available for sharing.
The convergence of successful adversary attacks on United States Critical Infrastructure with the current transition of power in the White House will prove to mark a significant milestone in U.S. policy and regulations, affecting cybersecurity in the U.S. and our federal government’s response to the escalating threat.
Ransomware attacks are a real concern for businesses of all types and sizes. Cybersecurity experts at Alagen provide valuable strategies to keep your company safe from malware and other cyber attacks.