Antivirus software is not a new term, in fact, the first antivirus software was released in 1987 by IBM to detect and remove viruses. Although the premise of the software remains the same today, it has become a widely more robust tool. As hackers have gotten more sophisticated continuing to protect your endpoints as an introductory piece to the puzzle is a worthwhile investment.
Two-factor authentication (2FA) is a security measure that requires more than one method of verifying a user’s identity before that person can access a secure area of the network. In most cases, the first form of authentication is a username and password. For years, these credentials were deemed sufficient. But as data breaches become the new normal, 2FA is an increasingly standard security protocol.
Cybersecurity is changing constantly, the innovations are endless. Unfortunately, the innovations of hackers and cybercriminals are also endless. Both sides have a lot of resources behind them. The legitimate world of business has its commerce, its profits, and its drive. Hackers are also driven, and they can draw on a vast wealth of intelligence and technical knowledge.