The New Year inspires many of us to make positive changes in our lives. However, it’s unlikely we will all maintain our resolutions throughout 2018. According to U.S. News, approximately 80 percent of resolutions fail by the second week of February. While the New Year symbolizes a fresh start, it is not enough to actually drive people to make major changes in their lives. For many, change is overwhelming. It’s easy to set goals, but it is challenging to stay
If a hacker asked you for permission to walk into your healthcare organization and steal all of the sensitive data stored on your systems, you wouldn’t open your doors and let him walk right in. However, the troubling reality is that this is exactly how most security threats enter the private servers of organizations, including healthcare organizations.
Many malwares leverage social engineering to manipulate people into unknowingly granting malicious software access to their data. Similar to the famous tale of the