Top 6 Human Errors that Impact Data Security

What is human error in cybersecurity?

The scope of human error in cybersecurity covers the whole gamut of unintentional actions or even lack of action by users that creates vulnerabilities in the system. These actions could include anything from clicking on a malicious link in an email, failure to adhere to safe password practices, or simply leaving your work system or peripherals such as removable storage devices unattended.

Why Two-Factor Authentication is Your Golden Ticket to Ensuring Data Security

Authentication company Duolingo estimates that the global multi-factor authentication market will reach $20.41 billion by 2025. That is hardly surprising given that the pandemic period saw a staggering 600% increase in malicious emails and rampant data breaches that exposed nearly 36 billion records in just the first half of 2020. Recent data indicates that 81% of security breaches are due to weak or stolen passwords.

Employee Spotlight: Kyle Sandhofner

Our culture is built around our core values—Integrity, Teamwork, Transformation, Excellence, Customer Service Obsession, Humility and Security—and our mission—To transform organizations and lives through innovative technology solutions. Our core values are central to everything we do, beginning with how we vet and hire people onto our team.

Employee Spotlight: Dallas Wert

Our culture is built around our core values—Integrity, Teamwork, Transformation, Excellence, Customer Service Obsession, Humility and Security—and our mission—To transform organizations and lives through innovative technology solutions. Our core values are central to everything we do, beginning with how we vet and hire people onto our team.

Employee Spotlight: Danielle Weisz

Our culture is built around our core values—Integrity, Teamwork, Transformation, Excellence, Customer Service Obsession, Humility and Security—and our mission—To transform organizations and lives through innovative technology solutions. Our core values are central to everything we do, beginning with how we vet and hire people onto our team.

More Than 1 Million Systems Possibly Affected by the Kaseya Ransomware Attack

Another ransomware attack… Around noon on Friday, July 2nd, we heard about the Kaseya VSA vulnerability and set into action. Our CISO, Gustavo Mastroianni, mobilized quickly by having all partners take their Kaseya servers offline. Next, we wanted to make sure all other cybersecurity and IT support providers were made aware of the incident.