VPN Blogs

Why VPN is important during these times?

VPN or Virtual Private Network is a tool where you can protect your data and hides your IP address by routing your network activity through a secure chain to another server located thousands of kilometers away.

Some companies offer work-from-home or virtual setups, and employees who are not in the office can put company important information in danger since hackers are more aggressive than before. VPN will help you in protecting your identity.

The benefits of using a VPN to work-from-home employees in a single organization:

  • Connect with your Office Securely

As the ICT expert always tell, any connection to any internet is a potential risk to an organization. You become a potential weak spot in the security of your office while you are in outside. A VPN solves this problem by establishing a connection between you and your office. You have access to all of the stored data at work while still enjoying the rewards of your office’s setup.

This way, you can work from anywhere you want, and your company can rest assured that their data is never be affected.

  • Secure Your Personal Information and Identity

A VPN isn’t simply for your company’s advantage. It also protects you.

Protects you from harmful threats or future attacks in your system. Protect yourself whether you are in public or at home.

  • Adaptable in any Smart Devices

Aside from Laptop, many VPN services also secure your phones, tablets, and desktop PCs. Each VPN provider may provide slightly different protection plans and capacities to protect different devices, but many offer plans that help keep you safe on multiple devices.

Contact us NOW to learn more about how you will protect your personal network during the ECQ Period.

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AWS Posting

AWS or Amazon Web Services is a secure cloud computing platform that offers computer power, a database, networking, and document storage. A cloud service provider that provides a variety of computer services through the internet.

What’s the use of AWS?

-Security

-Experience

-Flexibility

-Easy to use

-Scalable

AWS in your business:

– AWS offers computer services that can help with the application development process from start to finish, including building, delivering, operating, and growing the application.

– You can store, access, control, and analyze data for database storage to assure cost savings, increased agility, and faster innovation.

– It is possible to improve and manage user data stored in a database using AWS.

– You can segregate your network cloud architecture or scale up based on demand by using networking services.

AWS enables you to host dynamic websites by hosting your web and application servers in the cloud. It backs up all of your data to the cloud, allowing you to access them anytime you want. Using Content Delivery Network, we can swiftly deliver static and dynamic content all over the world. You may store data in a managed database such as MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, or SQL Server, and it can send bulk emails to your customers indefinitely.

Please contact us if you want to learn more about AWS, and we will gladly accommodate and assist you with your IT requirements. You may reach us by phone at +639088951517/+639088732817 or by email at sales@infosys.ph. You may find us at www.infosys.ph.

Phishing Attack

ONE CLICK AND ITS OVER
Increasingly new hazards, viruses, and malware are being discovered as the internet grows. There are various methods to defraud individuals. New methods to determining a person’s identity. There are new techniques to get anyone’s money. Every piece of key information about you is crucial.

The most successful and dangerous of all the cyber-attacks is phishing. Research has found that 91% of all cyber-attacks start with a phishing email.

Due to its simplicity, effectiveness, and high return on investment, phishing remains the most common form of cyber. Today’s phishing attacks are powerful, targeted, and much harder to identify.


WHAT IS PHISHING?
Phishing is a type of cybercrime in which a person impersonating a reputable institution contacts a target or targets by email, phone, or text message in order to trick them into disclosing sensitive information such as personal information, banking and credit card information as well as passwords.

TYPES OF PHISHING
Email Phishing- Email addressed to a certain team, department, or individual.

Clone Phishing- Cloning an email you received from a legitimate company in the past.
Whaling- Executives, department heads, and managers are the targets of an email attack.

Voice Phishing- You’ll receive a voicemail instructing you to visit a potentially harmful website.

SMS Phishing- Another method of Phishing is through SMS/ Text messages.

HOW PHISHING CAN BE HARMFUL TO YOUR BUSINESS

Phishing is a form of cyberattack that employs fake websites and email campaigns to try and fool people into giving out personal information, downloading malware/ransomware, sometimes both.

Furthermore, phishing attacks are becoming much more clever and prevalent on a global scale. Every year, an increasing number of attacks target organizations of all sizes, from the world’s largest companies to small businesses. The largest of corporate targets receive thousands of phishing attempts each month due to their size, reputation, and overall value. Companies of all sizes and industries must take immediate action and protect themselves.

A SUCCESSFUL PHISHING ATTACKS CAN RESULT IN:
Identity Theft

Theft of Sensitive Data
Loss Money
Loss of Usernames and Password

Unauthorized Transactions

Installation of Malware and Ransomware

Access to Systems to Launch Future Attacks

Reputational Damage

HOW TO STOP PHISHING ATTACKS

  • Never respond to an email/ text message/ voice message asking personal or account information.
  • Never click links that offer to connect you to a company’s website if you receive an email that seems suspicious or asks for this type of information.
  • Never open any file that attached to an email that seems to be suspicious.
  • If the email appears to be from an organization, contact the company’s customer service department by phone or from a web browser to confirm that email is legit.

To see if anyone else has reported this scam, search up the email subject line or the word “hoax” on the internet.