The truth is that companies, businesses, and organizations have an obligation to the data that belongs to their employees, users, and customers. For some organizations, that obligation is a matter of real, physical safety.
Using technology alone to combat cyberattacks is not enough. That’s why employee education on security awareness should be an integral part of any company’s cybersecurity policy.
As we dive headfirst into National Cyber Security Awareness Month, it seems only fitting to discuss ways to stay on top of cybersecurity news. But what if following along makes you feel a little overwhelmed? Try these six methods of information-gathering to brush up on your cybersecurity know-how without losing your mind.
As we bid hello to National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, we at Malwarebytes not only pledge to provide the best protection for our customers. We also re-commit ourselves to fostering cybersecurity education and awareness for all.
Cybercriminal activity continues to be heavily targeted toward the US and Europe. But emerging APAC markets are even more susceptible to malware attack. Here’s why.
National cybersecurity awareness month was created to ensure that every American has the resources they need to stay safer and more secure online. And now Malwarebytes is doing its part.
The Asia Pacific Privacy Authorities (APPA) began an initiative called Privacy Awareness Week, or PAW, with the purpose of educating users about current privacy issues and promoting the importance of keeping their personal information safe. This remains the core of why it exists for more than a decade now.