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Month: July 2021

Recent Cyberattacks in the Education Sector

Research indicates that from 2019-2020, ransomware attacks nationwide more than doubled for colleges – and the average cost of these attacks reached roughly $447,000. Schools usually have smaller in-house IT staff and lower cybersecurity budgets, which often forces them to take a reactive approach to cybersecurity. To take a closer look at how this negatively …

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4 Ways Security Advisory Services Can Improve Your Online Security

Cybersecurity is such a heady topic, and for many businesses, understanding all the ins and outs of online security can seem daunting. Many businesses don’t know where to start. In fact, according to Accenture’s Cost of Crime Report, only 14% of small and medium-sized businesses are prepared to defend themselves against cyberattacks. Even if you …

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How To Deal With a Cybersecurity Talent Shortage

In today’s cybersecurity market, professionals are in demand but are also hard to come by. According to the 2020 Cybersecurity Workforce Study, the industry needs about 3 million qualified cybersecurity workers, and 64% of professionals surveyed say their organization is impacted by the cybersecurity skills shortage. The shortage has also been amplified by the COVID-19 …

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Top Cybersecurity Risks for Education

Educational institutions are facing an increasing number of cybersecurity risks. Research indicates that in the K-12 sector in the U.S. alone, there were over 1,110 publicly disclosed incidents involving 988 educational organizations from 2016-2020. That’s why we wanted to highlight some of the top cybersecurity risks for education. Sophisticated Phishing Scams Phishing scams can be …

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