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For business owners and individuals, Data Privacy Day is an opportunity to learn how personal data is being used and best practices on how to protect it.
As e-commerce sales surge through the holiday season, so do cyber fraud tactics designed to intercept them, putting both businesses and consumers at risk.
As email money transfers become an increasingly common method of payment, so do the fraud tactics putting them at risk.
Malware, or harmful software programs, can infiltrate your network, hijack your systems and steal your identity.
Credential stuffing attacks represent one of the biggest security threats to businesses today. But many business owners aren’t aware of how it can impact them
1 in 4 Alberta businesses have been a victim of fraud or a fraud attempt. Help protect your business from fraud with these 6 tips.
There are many other costs and consequences to theft and payment fraud, which can impact a company’s ability to survive a cyber attack.
Understand how wire fraud happens and mitigation measures you can take to protect your business.
Are you taking the time to properly protect you and your business from online fraud? Falling victim to an online fraud can have a massive effect on your business.
Looking to up your password game? Learn how to make your password (and your business accounts) as secure and hacker-resistant as possible.
If this is the first time you’ve heard of an exploit kit or exploit pack, you’re not alone. Learn how cyber criminals could attack your business IT systems.
Phishing emails can be potentially damaging to both you and your company. Learn what phishing emails are and find out how to spot them.
The frequency of successful cyber attacks is increasing, and on average, one in four Alberta businesses is a victim of fraud or attempted fraud.