Threat Alert: Bharat Bhise HNA Discusses Common Cyber Threats

In the continued fight against malware and cyberattacks, Bharat Bhise HNA often gives a rundown of the most common threats to expect. Knowing the enemy is a significant part of cybersecurity warfare. It’s only by knowing what cyber threats approach the system can the computers and the users adequately prepare for it. Here are some of the most common forms of cyber threats today: 1. Social Engineering Threats This form of cyberattack targets the most vulnerable area: the users. This is where the term “phishing” falls under when users become misled to give up sensitive information. It could happen through adware, (“You’ve won a car! Click here!”) or even malicious emails (“We need to confirm your credit card details. Please confirm them here.”). These methods trick the unwary and give access to accounts and sites. 2. Malware

Bharat Bhise HNA: What You Need to Know about Ransomware

One of the most common cybersecurity threats Bharat Bhise HNA warns users about is ransomware. This type of cyberattack has been around for years, but it has become more and more widespread over the years. Its victims range from small businesses to large corporations to government offices, and is credited for millions of dollars in losses every year.
Ransomware is a type of malware that takes its unfortunate victims’ files hostage in exchange for money. Once it has invaded a computer or network, it will keep users out until payment is made to the perpetrators.
Like viruses and many other types of malware, ransomware often comes from untrustworthy websites. Sometimes, hackers use phishing emails or messages to get unsuspecting users to click on download links that contain ransomware. In many cases, ransomware does not activate immediately after the user runs its execute command. Instead, it “waits” for a specific period before locking users out of their own computer.
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Bharat Bhise HNA Observes Continuous Legislative Efforts on Cybersecurity

Bharat Bhise HNA and other experts are keen on renewed efforts, especially on the legislature, of beefing up the cybersecurity landscape on both federal agencies and private infrastructure.
The latest bill to be filed exclusively dealing with cybersecurity is the Advancing Cybersecurity Diagnostics and Mitigation Act. Filed by Rep. John Ratcliffe (R-Texas) and Ro Khanna (D-Calif), the new bill hopes to strengthen the already-in-place digital protection programs under the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
The main project under the DHS is the Continuous Diagnostics Mitigation (CDM) program, the agency’s approach to cybersecurity for federal agencies. Under the new bill, the DHS is directed to codify the CDM project, and also gives policy development powers under the DHS Secretary.
According to Bharat Bhise HNA, one unique feature of the new bill is its all-encompassing setup. If the bill becomes law, the DHS is mandated to make cybersecurity programs and policies available for civili…

Bharat Bhise HNA: Cybersecurity essentials for mid-sized businesses

According to Bharat Bhise HNA, the decision which information security measures should be used across a mid-sized company’s IT infrastructure and which ones they should do without can be tough, because they may not have adequate financial resources to apply all the existing cybersecurity elements to protect the network. Cybersecurity is an issue that even mid-sized businesses should take seriously because they are already big enough to be targeted by cybercriminals.

Here are the essential security measures every business should have in place:

• A firewall, which scans incoming and outogoing network traffic. It also prevents malicious traffic from reaching your network and possibly damaging it.

• An antivirus software checks all the files downloaded by your employees from external sources, such as the internet or USB flash drive for virus signatures. Regularly updating our antivirus lets you receive alarms each time ransomware, Trojan horses, viruses, and other types of malware attempt t…

Bharat Bhise HNA on Four Cybersecurity Threats to Watch Out For in 2019

Cybersecurity is a hot topic among organizations, companies, even public entities like governments. As digital threats and concerns continue to evolve, all experts like Bharat Bhise HNA are warning that even common individuals need to look out for cybersecurity threats this year, all to protect data and information from being used without consent.
What are the different issues and concerns on cyber threats to look out for this year? Exploitation. This is the main focus and idea behind cyber threats. From simple extortion and blackmail to the more complex threats like viruses and ransomware, all threats come from a single idea – exploitation of flaws (in the system or data itself). According to Trend Micro, while more sophisticated attacks will likely come out this year, these will all start with simply exploiting existing flaws.
Cloud hacks. Experts like Bharat Bhise HNA and Trend Micro also warns users that with the continued expansion of cloud usage, hackers and criminals will also con…