April Blog Recap
With April comes warmer weather and allergy season, but that hasn’t stopped us from producing great content. For us here at TDI, and we’ve been busy pumping out content to keep you updated on the latest issues. Here are the highlights, but keep an eye out on our blog page, Twitter, and LinkedIn to see the latest from us.
[April 9th, 2021] Top 3 Cyber Risks for Banking & Financial Services in 2021 — Financial institutions are some of the most heavily targeted organizations by cyber criminals, and it’s easy to see why; financial institutions have the most to lose. Financial institutions have by far the greater risk when compared with other business types, given the immense financial and reputational harm that would follow a successful attack. Check out the full article here to see the list.
[April 16th, 2021] Top 5 Cyber Attacks in the Aviation Industry — The aviation sector includes many industries ranging from airlines, airports, technology providers, subcontractors — all of which are prime targets for cyberattacks. Recently, there has been a clear increase in these attacks and their severity. We’ve come up with a list of the top 5 cyberattacks in the industry over the last four years. Check out the full list here.
[April 27th, 2021] Why Good Cyber Protection is Critical for SMBs — Small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) have had a rough go of it since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, especially when many have been tasked with maintaining a strong cybersecurity posture while struggling to keep the doors open. With limited resources comes limited cybersecurity investment; but that isn’t something that most businesses can afford to take a chance on in the modern era. Check out the rest of the article here.
[April 29th, 2019] Cybersecurity on a Budget: 8 Steps to Lower Cyber Risk — As cyber threats keep increasing, reducing cyber risks is becoming more and more costly for businesses around the world. No matter how many tools you or your company are using and how good you think your cyber hygiene is, there’s always room for improvement. You can find the full list at the blog here.