A thorough cybersecurity defense mindset and preparation are required to mitigate the threat.
Curated best-of-the-best cybersecurity news.
Unfortunately, when all an attacker has to do is find one mistake, one gap in your defenses, cybersecurity takes getting everything right.
At SEIRIM we're consistently expanding our skill sets and abilities and one of our favorite areas of work is video production, led by our multi-talented Michelle Wang and backed up 3D video graphics developer Jasper Desquitado.
You can't imagine the amazing video pieces they can put together! Well, actually you can because we present them to you here.
They specialize in everything from 2D cartoon animations, 3D technical videos of products, video editing of live footage, voiceover and audio editing work, virtual reality work and more. Can see here some recent impressive examples:
When it comes to ransomware protection we can think of 2 main focuses: Prevention and Mitigation.
Under prevention, we're trying to get everything right so we can lessen the possibility of a ransomware attack in the first place.
In mitigation we are actually conducting significant advance preparation to be resilient when any attacks do occur. In this way when an attack does occur (when, not if) we are able to bounce back.
To prevent a ransomware attack from occurring, you want to be conducting all cybersecurity best practice steps - and this especially includes each and every one of your employees and integrated business partners who have any connections to your data and networks.
We're excited to announce Cyber.Report - a SEIRIM-built, daily curated "best of" and "must know" cybersecurity headline news website featuring news about the latest attacks, issues and research to be aware of in the industry.
And we're further excited for SEIRIM to be listed as one of the top 30 cybersecurity companies listed at DesignRush. Bonus!
Every article is handpicked by our cybersecurity team to focus on the most relevant, important and interesting news daily.
Our analysts and consultants are reading all the top blogs, news sites threat intelligence feeds and more to select the top news that busy professionals can't miss. We are filtering out all the filler articles and scanning for only the best of the best for your convenience.
At Seirim we know SME's are often overworked and lacking resources. Something as obscure as cybersecurity may not be on your management's radar as a high priority, but it should be.
Taking a look at recent headlines like the massive SolarWinds and US government hack hopefully gets your attention, but at the same time it might give you a false sense that these attacks only occur at the high levels of major corps, security-related companies and governments. That's false, they just get the biggest headlines.
Ransomware, for example, can lock up and cripple your company's operations in an instant. Don't succumb to complacency - it's too easy to take for granted the wide array of digital infrastructure your company depends on daily.
Web Design in 2021 is all about re-focusing on the message, the content and breaking the grid via Minimalism, Dark Modes, Organic Shapes breaking the grid and more.
Web design trends are always changing. It seems that designers have endless technical possibilities. They play with extremes, reinvent previous styles and experiment with new techniques. No doubt, there are some popular styles that cannot be replaced, such as the ever-present minimalism and colorful flat illustrations.
If so, what will the new web design trends in 2021 be? You will find below some of the most popular trends based on the experience and knowledge of web designers.
"An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure." said Benjamin Franklin in 1736 as he was trying to advise his fellow Philadelphians to implement the impressive fire prevention measures he had seen put into place in Boston.
And so here we also beseech you to take preventative measures. We've had multiple companies come to us to fix hacked websites, hacked email accounts and lost data. Believe me, you take these things for granted until they're gone.
Don't believe you're immune because you're just a small or medium enterprise, or in a niche industry no one cares about, or aren't very public-facing. Hackers take advantage of complacency, and know that companies that think they're off the radar can be guilty of it and hence easy targets. Not to mention a lot of hacking is automated, so their scripts come after you no matter who you are.