Flipping the Script: Law Firms Hunted by Cybercriminals

As business shore up their cybersecurity, cybercriminals have shifted tactics to focus on easier-to-exploit organizations – including law firms. Many law firms haven’t invested many resources in their security, and the valuable business data and intellectual property they handle make them a prime target. This resource examines the cyber-threats facing law firms, explaining why they are attractive and easy targets for cybercriminals. Access it to discover just how much danger your firm is in and how you can stay safe.

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Cybersecurity: Experience and best practices during COVID-19 pandemic

whitePaper | July 6, 2020

With this white paper focused on the emerging cyber threat that we world is facing during the COVID-19 crisis, NETIA wish to share his experience, his initiatives and his knowledge on those topics.

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Cyber security considerations 2022

whitePaper | September 12, 2022

The threat landscape is expanding. Cybercriminals are as entrepreneurial as ever and using increasingly sophisticated tools and technologies. In this fluid environment, we believe Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) and their teams should adopt a mindset of enablement — cyber security is no longer just about prevention.

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22 Cybersecurity Tips for 2022

whitePaper | June 13, 2022

Many cyber-attacks involve ransomware, a form of malicious software or malware, designed to deny access to a computer system or data until a ransom is paid and a decryption key (commonly called a decryptor) is given to the victim. The encryption is virtually unbreakable without the decryption key, and you should not spend valuable time seeking a way around the encryption if you are attacked with it. Ransomware can spread in multiple ways, but most typically, through phishing emails or by unknowingly visiting an infected website. Ransomware can be catastrophic to healthcare and other organizations, preventing critical information and systems for patient care from being accessed, for example.

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How to Reduce the Risk of Phishing and Ransomware

whitePaper | March 21, 2021

Cybersecurity challenges abound for organizations across the world. The tsunami of phishing attacks that threaten account compromise, data breaches and malware infection remains a critical threat to neutralize. Ransomware is a second critical threat, with a well-played ransomware attack capable of bringing an organization to a complete halt, and in some cases putting it out of business permanently (e.g., Travelex1 and Vastaamo2.

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Managing the IT Modernization Elephant A bite-sized approach to digital modernization

whitePaper | June 15, 2022

There’s an old saying, “How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time.” In some cases, the task of technology modernization is akin to eating an elephant. Government agencies are filled with legacy applications, many of which have been heavily customized over decades of operation.

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AI Security White Paper

whitePaper | January 23, 2020

With the accumulation of big data, dramatic improvements in computing power, and continuous innovation in Machine Learning (ML) methods, Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies such as image recognition, voice recognition, and natural language processing have become ubiquitous. Meanwhile, AI poses a significant impact on computer security: on the one hand, AI can be used to build defensive systems such as malware and network attack detection; on the other hand, AI might be exploited to launch more effective attacks.

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