How to Clean Malware-Infected WordPress Website

January 31, 2019

Basic tips that could help you clean your WordPress website if it gets malware-infected. This includes scanning the website, checking backup files, changing passwords, re-installing WordPress, re-installing themes and plugins, restoring files and database etc. Follow the step-by-step guidelines and get your infected WordPress website back on track.

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Deep Instinct

Deep Instinct is the first company to apply deep learning to cybersecurity. Deep learning is inspired by the brain’s ability to learn. Once a brain learns to identify an object, its identification becomes second nature. Similarly, as Deep Instinct’s artificial brain learns to detect any type of cyber threat, its prediction capabilities become instinctive. As a result, zero-day and APT attacks are detected and prevented in real-time with unmatched accuracy. Deep Instinct brings a completely new approach to cybersecurity that is proactive and predictive. Deep Instinct provides comprehensive defense that is designed to protect against the most evasive unknown malware in real-time, across an organization’s endpoints, servers, and mobile devices. Deep learning’s capabilities of identifying malware from any data source results in comprehensive protection on any device, any platform, and operating system.

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2019 Cyber Etiquette: A Guide To Today’s Top Cyber Threats

Infographic | December 20, 2019

The best detection and response solutions provide deep visibility to secure and investigate potential risk. Greater automation and contextualization of security events brings more informed decision-making, faster triage and effective remediation of threats.

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Infographic: Is Your Software Vulnerable to Cybercrime

Infographic | February 13, 2020

Third-party support and self-maintenance can’t protect youthe real solution is at the source. Don’t be fooled by third-party support providers and self-maintenance security methods. Security patching is essential for securing enterprise software, including Oracle’s. If you don’t own the code, you can’t access or update it. That leaves your software open to attack and your business open to risk.

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Help Your Employees Overcome Cybersecurity Fears by Promoting Cyber Awareness

Infographic | January 23, 2020

Increased cyber awareness has never been more important for businesses and consumers, as U.S. data breaches continue to increase at a record pace and are predicted to reach an all-time high of over 1,000 in 2017. This increase seems to have contributed to a growth in consumer concerns, as our recent research revealed that consumers’ worries about identity theft and cybercrime are now on par with other common concerns such as illnesses and car accidents.

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CYBER SECURITY EXPOSURES INFOGRAPHIC

Infographic | January 16, 2020

It seems counterintuitive that cybercriminals would focus on small businesses. Major news outlets report on the largest incidents, which typically affect the largest companies. In the past, small businesses may have been able to neglect network security with little consequence, but this is not the case today. Small businesses generally have fewer IT resources and devote less time and money to cybersecurity than their larger counterparts.

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Cyber attack infographic

Infographic | December 25, 2019

Are businesses today doing enough to succeed in the battle against cyber security threats and are the traditional methods they are using the most effective?

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Necessity and Benefits of IoT Security Best Practices for Businesses

Infographic | February 24, 2022

While the IoT can bring new data and helpful insights, it can also introduce new vulnerabilities into your organization. The size of the IoT market was 15.8 billion in 2021. IoT security market is projected to grow to 18.6 billion in 2022. The market is predicted to nearly double in size by 2025. There were more than 1.5 billion IoT breaches from January to June 2021

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Spotlight

Deep Instinct

Deep Instinct is the first company to apply deep learning to cybersecurity. Deep learning is inspired by the brain’s ability to learn. Once a brain learns to identify an object, its identification becomes second nature. Similarly, as Deep Instinct’s artificial brain learns to detect any type of cyber threat, its prediction capabilities become instinctive. As a result, zero-day and APT attacks are detected and prevented in real-time with unmatched accuracy. Deep Instinct brings a completely new approach to cybersecurity that is proactive and predictive. Deep Instinct provides comprehensive defense that is designed to protect against the most evasive unknown malware in real-time, across an organization’s endpoints, servers, and mobile devices. Deep learning’s capabilities of identifying malware from any data source results in comprehensive protection on any device, any platform, and operating system.

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