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Most Common Cyber Threats
to the Consumer & Business
Malicious software that blocks access to the user’s computer until a ransom is paid to unlock it.
Similar to phishing but targeted at specific individuals for the intention of stealing personal and/or confidential information.
Distributed Denial of Service. Multiple computers taken over by a bad actor are used to direct large amounts of data to a single website or service for purposes of causing significant disruption or taking it down.
Fraudulent communications sent to appear as a reputable source, usually through email. It is designed to steal sensitive information or to allow unauthorized access to a computer for other devious activities.
Someone pretends to be someone else or even a known vendor (typically through email or text) for the purpose of stealing data, money, or obtaining unauthorized access to a computer system.
Malicious Software designed to wreak havoc on the host by monopolizing the computer’s resources (ie. CPU, Memory)
An attacker is in the middle of a communication (eavesdropping) between an unknowing user and the website they are utilizing. By being in the middle, an attacker can discreetly hijack or steal information.
Man in the Middle
Internet of Things includes the countless number of devices that can be connected to the Internet (ie. Thermostats,smart fridges). Security is inherently weak often utilizing these devices as launchpads for more significant cyber attacks.
loT Based Attack
The manipulation of people to unknowingly give up confidential information.