Cybercrime Insurance is a protection for liability arising out of unauthorized use of, or unauthorized access to, electronic data or software within your network or business. It indemnifies both first-party and third-party losses. Know more about Cybercrime Insurance and why your company should get it in this article.
Cybersecurity is the responsibility not only of the IT Department or Top Management but of everyone in the company. The activities that employees do within – and beyond – the walls of the organization have an impact on data safety. But how does one build a Cyber-secure Culture? Read the article to know more.
According to National Computer Emergency Response Team (NCERT) of the Department of Information and communications Technology (DICT), there are 386 reported cyber incidents for 2020. This includes Data Leak, Phishing, Hacking, Cyberattacks, Identity Theft, and Ransomware. To know more, please read this article.
You were working one day in the comfort of your home when an email inquiry came up. You were managing a fleet of cars, and before the pandemic, they were mainly used for ride-sharing apps. However, because of the health crisis, business slowed down, and to survive, you pivoted to a rental service for companies to shuttle their staff. Upon seeing the inquiry, you got excited. This would be your third client, if ever. You opened the email. The email sender seemed to be interested in getting your service. However, there was one problem. The sender was having trouble with...