The more we grow and evolve into a digital society, the more difficult it becomes for those who did not grow up in this complex age of technology. What’s even more unsettling both to those with a background in technology and to those without is the idea of “hackers.” With the rise in digital communication, online transactions and cloud-based data storage, the risk of online hacking and data theft is growing as well.
As a result, companies and individuals alike are taking increasing measures to ensure their privacy and security. At Point Alliance we help to ensure the security of our clients’ data with Microsoft Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS). EMS provides companies with comprehensive, intelligent protection against today’s advanced attacks from centrally managing single sign-on across devices, your datacenter, and the cloud to securely managing apps and data on iOS, Android, and Windows from one place.
This month, join us as we investigate the different types of hackers, which methods they use and important terms to understand in the world of hacking and data protection.
There are different types of hackers who exist. Hackers can also attack and gain access to confidential data through a variety of methods. To best protect yourself against hackers, you must make sure you have the right security in place and, you must think like a hacker. To continue reading about this topic, visit our latest To The Point blog article which covers types of hackers, hacking methodology, terminology and more.
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