Cybercrime is one of the fastest growing threats today, resulting in staggering costs to businesses worldwide. While cyber criminals pose a substantial threat to all industries, the business sector still bears the brunt of most cyberattacks. Small businesses especially are key targets, because they are typically less prepared and less secure than larger corporations.
It’s a scary world out there. With more and more of life’s important things being digitized and uploaded to the Internet, we’ve never been more vulnerable. In this infographic by Vodien.com, discover some of the biggest data breaches of the past decade.
The Internet is always evolving, and so are the threats on the Internet. There is no sure-shot way of predicting the next big threat, but we can learn from the past by looking at some of most historic cybersecurity events that played an important role in shaping today’s world, and the World Wide Web. The following infographic by PureVPN looks at a history of cyber crimes from 1964 to 2017.
“Internet of Things” – A buzzword and the next evolution of computing. You are sure to have heard this word before. But what about “Industrial Internet of things?” There are chances that you might not have heard this word before. Industrial Internet of Things is revolutionizing the nuances of industries and the ways in which they use machines and network systems enable automation. General Electric, one of the most renowned digital industrial companies, coined the term “Industrial Internet of Things”.
If you aren’t protecting your business from hackers, those same hackers could put you out of business. Learn more about preventing data breaches in your business in the following infographic from CBTS.
Each year digital marketers around the world eagerly wait for Mary Meeker of Kleiner, Perkins, Caulfield & Byers (KPCB) to share her Internet Trends Report at the Code Conference. This year’s 355-page slide deck is filled with charts, graphs and stats that are inspiring and educational – plus some shockers.
Advanced spam filters are a wonderful thing. Don’t get me wrong. But they aren’t enough to protect your organization from a phishing attack. If you’ve heard it once, then you’ve heard it a million times, it takes just one employee to click a malicious link or download an infected document to give your IT Support a headache or, much worse, cause a data breach.
In this infographic by QuickSprout, get a better understanding of why people enjoy liking, commenting, and sharing on Facebook, with the big idea of understanding why people enjoy doing these things will help you generate more Facebook traffic.
Keeping the children safe in the digital world is an upmost priority for the new-age parents. The smartphone addiction is a real thing and with the kids being glued to the screen they are easy to get exposed to the harmful side of the Internet say bullying, sexting, pornography or identity theft. This Infographic from Family Orbit will list some real dangers the child may face and tips for parents to tackle these challenges.