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Type: Infographics

  1. How to recognize spam text messages
    Spam is no longer an annoyance native to only emails. Following the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, cybercriminals ramped up their SMS spam efforts and targeted vulnerable individuals on their mobile devices.
  2. How to safely use QR codes
    In an ever changing and adapting world, quick response (QR) codes are being utilized as a dependable form of making payments, signing up for events, checking restaurant menus and more.
  3. Password protection in 2022
    Password security is one of the all-time battles on the subject of cybersecurity. No matter the evidence to back up why passwords like, “Password” are dangerous to use, they still find their way into the most commonly used passwords lists.
  4. Infographic: Weaponization of Social Media
    Cyber thieves are using social media platforms to collect data about people and use it against businesses to steal data and other valuable information. Download our infographic to educate employees in your business.
  5. Infographic of the week: What is Multi-Factor Authentication?
    What is Multi-Factor Authentication?
  6. Infographic of the Week: Public Wi-Fi - What you need to know
    Public Wi-Fi has made life easier but it also poses a security risk. Download our fourth series of infographics for your company.
  7. Infographic of the Week: Social Engineering
    October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month - a collaborative effort between government agencies and industry leaders to raise awareness about cybersecurity threats.
  8. Infographic of the Month: Anatomy of a Phishing Email
    A crash course on the details found in a malicious email, variations and a reminder not to click on links in suspicious emails.
  9. Infographic: Security Threats - Insider vs. Outsider
    Insider vs. Outsider cybersecurity threats: what they are, their source, motives and methods explained and how to prevent the attacks.
  10. Infographic Of The Month: IoT & Connected Homes
    Infographic Of The Month: The Internet Of Things
  11. Infographic: Elevate Your Network
    With the NCAA basketball season championship tournaments going, we thought it would be a fitting time to apply what we know about basketball to what our experts say about the best practices in cybersecurity.
  12. Infographic Of The Month: Best Practices For Updates
    In this month's infographic, we show you the best practices for keeping your devices up to date and secure with the latest software.
  13. Infographic Of The Month: Email Spoofing
    In this month's infographic, we explain who is targeted by spoofing emails, how they trick you and what to look for to avoid falling victim to this type of phishing attack.
  14. Infographic Of The Month: What is ransomware?
    Our infographic of the month shows you what you need to know about ransomware and how to protect yourself. Don't let hackers hold your information hostage.
  15. Infographic of the month: Small Cells
    Our infographic of the month explains how small cell poles fit into the cellular phone network as the future of moving data.
  16. Infographic of the month: Social Engineering
    Our infographic of the month focuses on social engineering. January 20th is Protect your data day. Part of that is understanding how social engineering works so you can protect your personal information.
  17. Infographic of the month: Password Protection
    Our infographic of the month offers tips and tricks to protect your information and accounts with strong passwords. Use the form to download our trio of cybersecurity awareness posters.
  18. Infographic Of The Month: Phishing Emails
    Don't get hooked! Be on the lookout for the tell-tale signs of a phishing email, before you click! Following these basic steps can help protect your company and customers.
  19. Infographic of the month: Layered Security
    Layered Security: An approach to securing your network against malicious attacks.
  20. Infographic of the month: Women In Technology
    The need for women to enter the technology and telecom fields in the near future is crucial. Take a look at the current state of the industry as it relates to women choosing the fields.