We do research, create, test, and implement tools and systems to guarantee that national security tasks are completed effectively in the face of cyber threats. We also create innovative hardware, software, and algorithms for analysing datasets from many sources, including as audio, picture, text, and network traffic.
A cyberattack may completely devastate a company. This is why we established the Cyber Security Central: to assist you in defending your essential assets, company, and reputation by providing online access to reputable cybersecurity research, education, information, and tools.
Cybercriminals are a serious threat to you and your company.
Cyberattacks are becoming more common. Surprisingly, SMBs like yours are a major target. Attacks against small enterprises soared by 424 percent in 2020 alone1, and the COVID-19 epidemic has exacerbated the situation.
Phishing is the practise of sending false emails that appear to be from legitimate sources. The goal is to steal sensitive information such as credit card numbers and login details. It is the most prevalent sort of cyber assault. You may assist protect yourself by educating yourself or using a technological solution that filters dangerous emails.
A sort of harmful software is ransomware. Its purpose is to extort money by preventing access to data or the computer system until the ransom is paid. Payment of the ransom does not ensure that the files will be retrieved or the system will be restored.
Malware is a form of software that is meant to gain unauthorised access to a computer or to cause harm to it.
Adversaries employ social engineering to deceive you into disclosing sensitive information. They might demand money or get access to your private information. Social engineering can be used in conjunction with any of the dangers outlined above to increase your likelihood of clicking on links, downloading malware, or trusting a bad source.
A comprehensive cybersecurity strategy has numerous levels of protection dispersed throughout the computers, networks, applications, or data that are to be protected. People, procedures, and technology must all work together in a company to establish an effective protection against cyber threats. A unified threat management solution helps speed core security operations processes including as detection, investigation, and remediation by automating integrations across chosen Cisco Security products.
Users must learn and follow fundamental data security concepts such as using strong passwords, being cautious of email attachments, and backing up data. Discover more about fundamental cybersecurity concepts.