Are you familiar with these Cyber Security Myths?
Let’s discover the truth behind them:
Cyber Security Myths
Any industry is at risk of cyberattacks.
Businesses and organizations that handle sensitive information or have low technology budgets are at especially high risk of cyberattacks.
Anti-virus still offer some protection against malware and viruses, particularly those used by less experienced or sophisticated hackers.
The problem is that, on their own, they are not enough to protect from complex and modern cyberattacks.
Why? Because the threat landscape is ever-evolving, evolving faster than antivirus programs can keep pace with.
From entry level to executive positions, cybersecurity is the responsibility of everyone. Security Awareness Training to all personnel is highly critical.
You only need one person to click on the wrong link to suffer a breach.
Although the internet and email are the most common ways to get malware, you can also get it in different ways, such as from infected devices.
False. It’s also possible for an insider or former disgruntled employee to conduct a cyberattack.
Reality is that sometimes a computer gets infected without leaving a clue. Once the infection is noticeable, the damage is irreversible.
You can have a strong cybersecurity solution, but threats are ever-evolving.
Cyber-criminals are always changing their tactics and developing new malware. Because of this, there is a need for cybersecurity systems to continuously develop. For this reason, although unlikely, gaps are always possible.
This is why we recommend everyone to stay up-to-date with the newest versions of all computer and security updates.
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