How Cyber-Secure is Your Remote Workforce? Expert Tips in the Time of COVID-19
Take these cybersecurity measures to help safeguard your business, employees and customers in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
[COVID-19]: Five Ways to Keep Your Remote Workforce Cyber-Secure
In a national effort to curtail the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), we are witnessing the rise of the remote workforce.
5 Techniques to Get You Ransomware-Ready
Most of us have heard of “ransomware,” but what is it? Who does it impact? How can you protect your business?
Prepping Your Business for the CCPA: Leverage GDPR Groundwork to Fast-track Readiness
Effective January 1, 2020, the release of the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”) marks the beginning of “America’s GDPR.”
6 Tips to Protect Your Business from Third-Party Vendor Attacks
Check out these tips to help safeguard your business from third-party vendor attacks.
Are Camera Apps Taking More than Your Photo? Data Privacy Concerns You Should Know
CyZen's Will Mendez discusses data privacy issues with photo sharing apps such as FaceApp and Snapchat. Read on to learn more!
Digital By Default: Prioritizing Cybersecurity in Your Real Estate Business
As smart cities continually evolve to stay ahead of demand, owners and developers adapt by rapidly digitizing their buildings and transactions.
Cybersecurity Risk Factors Impacting Real Estate
Gain insights on leading cyber threats facing real estate organizations from CyZen's Jake Lehmann and other players in the industry.
Cybersecurity Techniques to Keep You Grounded Against the Winds of Change
Our cybersecurity experts are here to guide you through four powerful techniques to protect your valuable assets.
Protect Yourself and Your Business in an Evolving Cybersecurity Landscape
CyZen's Managing Director, Jake Lehmann, talks cybersecurity at South Jersey Business Leadership Forum hosted by parent company, Friedman LLP.
Tips on How to Avoid the Cybersecurity Pitfalls of Big Companies in 2018
2018 has proven that even the biggest companies—and government entities— aren’t immune from a growing number of cyber attacks.
Safe Travels: Cybersecurity Tips for Your Next Journey
No matter the destination, the risk of cyber-attacks soar the moment you hit the road. Here's a few tips on protecting your data while you're abroad.
The Price of Convenience: How to Protect Your E-commerce Business From Cyber Attacks
With 230.5 million shoppers anticipated by 2021, online shopping provides a direct portal for cyber-attackers to victimize consumers.
The F.B.I. Urges You to Reboot Your Router
I’s not time to panic yet, but your router, gateway to the internet highway, may be compromised.
Countdown to GDPR: Is your cybersecurity plan up to speed?
On May 25, 2018, the E.U. launches the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) - the most important change to data privacy regulation in decades.
A Look at GDPR Through a Legal Lens
Managing Director of CyZen, Jacob Lehmann, sat with Co-Founder and Managing Partner at XPAN Law Group, Jordan Fischer, to dive into details on GDPR.
Lock It Up: Tips to Safeguard Your Private Information on Facebook
CyZen’s cybersecurity advisors share necessary steps you can take today to protect your privacy.
Drop the "BAS": Protecting Building Facilities and Inhabitants from Cyber Attacks
Building automation systems ("BAS") ease property managers’ daily operations.
K-12 Cybersecurity: Helping Schools Pass the Test
Since January 2016, cybersecurity incidents in Kindergarten through 12th grade public schools across the United States are up 223% year-over-year.
5 Tips to Keep Cryptocurrency in your Wallet and out of Thieves’ Pockets
Take cybersecurity into your own hands with these five simple tips from CyZen's cybersecurity advisors.
Phishing for Your W-2: Key Cybersecurity Tips to Avoid Being Caught During Tax Season
Phishing campaigns topped the IRS “Dirty Dozen” List of Tax Scams for 2017.
“Spectre” and “Meltdown": Tips to Minimize Risk from the Latest Widespread Cybersecurity Threat
Security researchers recently discovered a hardware information flaw in computer processors across millions of devices