“We’re not just fighting an epidemic; we’re fighting an infodemic” – Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus . Most individuals turn to the Internet as the medium to seek for news or better understand the complexities of the virus. Unfortunately, the Internet space is infected with misinformation and an indistinct disregard for credible news versus fake news. What can we do?
With social distancing recommended as one of the measures in tackling the virus , many corporations have seen their team working remotely almost overnight. In today’s special, we will be addressing 4 key takeaways for our readers to raise their cyber hygiene against the cyber ‘virus’.
With WHO reporting that COVID-19 has become a full-blown pandemic and Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong saying that COVID-19 will ‘continue for a year or longer‘, we understand if you are fretting over what measures you should be taking to ensure security for your company’s data. Read our blog to find out 5 tips on how to keep data secure, even when working from home.
In this digitised age, our increased exposure to the Internet has made us more vulnerable to all sorts of information – some of which is fake, circulated in the form of chain messages. What is a chain message? What are the different types of chain messages? And, How do we avoid such chain messages?
In today’s war against cybersecurity, no organisation is safe from around the clock cyberattacks. What exactly are some common workplace practices that we can introduce to our organisation?Why is it necessary in today’s digital age? And of course, what can I do as an individual?
Blue Phish believes that no company is too small to be affected by a cyber breach. Let us explore the six different cyber hygiene practices suggested by the Cyber Security Agency (CSA).
Merry Christmas from Blue Phish! We bring you Christmas special this holiday season. This is the season with huge throngs of shoppers online. But, beware of holiday phishing messages that brings you shopping offers or too amazing deals. We put together four different tips for you to have a #cybersafe holiday season!