Doxxing is a type of cyber attack that involves discovering the real identity of an Internet user. The attacker then reveals that person’s details so others can target them with malicious attacks. Doxxing is analyzing information posted online by the v…Read More What is Doxxing and How to Avoid It (UPDATED 2021)
Credential stuffing is a form of cyberattack where hackers are taking over massive databases of usernames and passwords, many of which are stolen in recent data breaches, and use an automated method to “stuff” the account logins into other …Read More Everything You Need to Know About Credential Stuffing and How to Prevent It
So you got hacked or forgot your login credentials and lost access to your email or social media account. What now? First, let’s start with what you shouldn’t do: panic. You’re not the first person to go through this, and you will not be the last. Big …Read More How to Recover Your Gmail, Yahoo, Microsoft, Facebook, Twitter or Instagram Account
As defined by Jericho Systems, privilege management also referred to as Privileged Account Management (PAM) is “the practice of controlling and administering digital user identities and the rights of those identities to perform actions on specified res…Read More What is Privilege Management?
For the most part, today’s modern workplace has grown accustomed to cyberattacks directed by third parties that are external to the organization. But what can you do when the call is coming from inside the house? How can you successfully discover and m…Read More Malicious Insider Explained: The Call is Coming from Inside the House