In order to protect your company against digital threats, it’s important to understand the types of cyberattacks you’re up against. And in today’s day and age, they’re more common than ever.
So let’s talk about some common cyber security attacks so you are up to date on the latest cybersecurity trends facing your industry.
That way, you can implement the right digital security, storage, and efficiency measures to prevent them.
Common Cyber Security Threats
Here are some of the most common cyber threats to be aware of:
Malware is malicious software that can be used to gain access or harm a computer. This can include spyware, viruses, worms, keyloggers, trojans, and more.
Denial Of Service Attack (DoS)
A DoS is a malicious targeted attack on your network. It can occur via accessing websites, email accounts, or other online accounts that become compromised. Essentially, it disrupts your connection to create business or information challenges.
Phishing is one of the most common cyber security threats. It involves mimicking another employer or institution to trick someone into handing over vital information. This could be passwords, account numbers, or more. From here if you click on a link, then an attacker can gain access to your system.
Another of the most common types of cyber attacks is spoofing. Spoofing is similar to phishing. However instead of simply pretending to be someone, it can actually go one step further.
Spoofing can actually completely recreate an email address, phone number, or other contact information.
Someone can steal an identity and then become almost impossible to detect as they use this identity to gain access. This can happen via man-in-the-middle attacks, password hacks, brute force attacks, and more.
Code Injection Attacks
Using code, someone can inject malicious software into a computer program. From here, the attacker can access information within that local device or the larger network as a whole.
Tunneling is a type of cyber attack that requires access to DNS, in other words, domain name systems.
This can bypass typical security if you don’t have the right firewalls, VPNs, or other types of digital security in place.
Leverage Cybersecurity Protection
We offer cybersecurity services and can protect you against the most common cybersecurity threats both now and in the future.
Let’s ensure that your firm continues to grow while mitigating digital crimes from would-be attackers.