During National Fraud Awareness Week, it’s time to look at protecting executives to protect business assets. Here’s how.
Employee Training Can Be a Force Multiplier for Thwarting Cyber Attacks
Cyber awareness training for employees can create the first line of defense for your business as you navigate evolving cybersecurity threats.
PSA: FBI Warns of Ransomware Attacks on Ag Timed to Critical Season
The FBI reminded food and agriculture sector companies that cybercriminals and ransomware gangs are actively targeting the industry.
New Cyber Incident Reporting Rules: What They Mean for Your Business
The U.S. government outlines new requirements for reporting cyber incidents and we’re outlining how it could affect your business.
Looking Back on 2021: 4 Trends, Themes + Lessons Learned in Cybersecurity
Cybersecurity breaches went mainstream in 2021. These lessons will prepare your company this year.
8 Things You Can Do Today to Protect Yourself From Cybercrime
ZAG outlines how you can protect yourself and your organization today from the detrimental effects of cybercrime.
What the Ag Industry Can Learn from the Colonial Pipeline Hack
The Colonial Pipeline hack was a reminder that the supply chain is at risk. Here’s what the agriculture industry can learn to prepare.
Cyber Insurance: What You Should Know
Cyber insurance is more widely available given the number of breaches occurring daily. But what is it and how can it help?
Watch Out for These 5 Cybersecurity Threats
Protect your employees from cyber threats in email attachments. Here are five growing areas of concern.
How To Protect Your Business From ACH Phishing
Here are 6 easy-to-implement solutions to protect your business from phishing attacks.
User Training: Security’s First Line of Defense
User training is important for the IT security of your company. Here are some best practices to help reduce your risk.
IT Security Case Study: One Company, Two Ransomware Attacks
One Company, Two Ransomware Attacks. This company was long overdue for a comprehensive Security Assessment. ZAG was able to help.