The Risks & Costs of Human Error with Data Loss


Your business likely already has an extensive cyber security program in place: firewalls, anti-virus/malware protections, multi-factor authentication and data encryption. Unfortunately, people represent your greatest cyber security threat.

No one at your organization intends to put your information at risk intentionally, yet human error is more likely than malicious insiders to be the source of a data breach. Verizon's annual Data Breach Investigation Report showed that 74% of the breaches investigated involved "a human element."

Human actions often lead to data loss for businesses across the globe, which could include such risky behaviors as:

  • If you delete files without creating backup copies ...

Even the Vatican Is Vulnerable to Cyber Attacks: Are You?


No one is immune from cyber attacks; just ask the Vatican which was hit with a denial-of-Service attack (DDoS). Even the Holy See could fall prey to such attacks.

On November 30, 2022, an attack took place against and rendered all other Vatican websites unavailable for several hours.

The hack allegedly occurred a day after Pope Francis denounced Russia's invasion in Ukraine and specifically named specific troops for their "cruelty".

Although your company might think it's doing nothing to spark Russian cyber-reaction, becoming vulnerable to cyberattack is still possible.

Online vulnerabilities are a serious security risk

Hackers use vulnerabilities in order to gain entry and compromise ...