Take Control of Your Digital Transformation

Take Control of Your Digital Transformation

The cloud, software-as-a-service (SaaS) platforms, and new digital channels can make you more efficient, agile, and responsive to customers. But they also bring new security, compliance and fraud challenges.

Ransomware, domain spoofing, phishing, email fraud and social media impostors are just a few of the threats your IT and security teams face. Get a complete solution to connect with confidence to all the digital channels that matter.

Bot is a malicious code engineered to perform specific tasks. They can be both harmless and malicious. More on bad bots in Daily Security Tip #97 (coming your way soon).

Rootkit is a type of malicious software (but not always) which gives the attackers privileged access to a computer. A rootkit is activated before the operating system boots up, so antivirus can’t detect it.

Adware delivers bad ads and can infect your computer with additional malware

Worm is a type of malware that exploits security holes in operating systems. Worms use the infected system’s resources and self-replicate. They spread independently, without requiring the victim to do anything.

Virus is a form of malware that can copy itself so it can spread to other computers. Viruses attach themselves to other computer programs and execute malicious commands when the victim uses those compromised programs. Thus, viruses rely on the victim’s activity to spread.

Trojan horse is a malware that’s able to disguise itself as a normal file, to trick victims into downloading and installing more malware on their devices.

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Spyware is a type of malware that will spy on your activity (browsing habits, keystrokes, financial data, etc.) and send the information to servers controlled by cyber criminals.