Cybercriminals are notorious for capitalizing on vulnerabilities. And the current public health crisis — which is causing fear, confusion, and a growing need for information and connection — presents the perfect opportunity for exploitation. As myriad COVID-19-themed scams continue to make headlines, it’s imperative that you learn how to spot social engineering attacks, and follow these practices to prevent falling victim to them.
With worldwide tech spending projected to reach a staggering $4 trillion in 2019, companies are becoming increasingly wary of the hype as they struggle to align technology with business imperatives. The fact remains that many organizations are spending more than they need to on IT. Many vendors attribute this overspending to the constant repairs and upgrades that old machines require.