Hacked! The Most Devastating Cyber Attacks From 2018
Cyber attacks are becoming more and more prevalent. Here are some of the most devastating from 2018, as well as ways to protect yourself and clients.
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With the end of the year just around the corner, TD decided to pick out some of the biggest, most costly and most inventive cyber attacks carried out this year.
Every week there are multiple stories of people, businesses and products being hacked for fun, for money, and sometimes for evil. So there were plenty of stories to choose from. TD picked out the ones that were big in the news, cost a lot of money and ever took down large portions of the internet.
Between weak passwords (here are the worst of 2018) and a general lack of urgency, cybersecurity continues to be a challenge for the industry. It’s up to manufacturers, dealers and end users to use common sense to keep each other protected.
Below are some helpful cybersecurity resources for both you and your customers:
- How Security Integrators Can Enhance Their Cybersecurity Reputation
- Cybersecurity Opportunities Are Out There — Here’s How to Get Started
- Why Your Approach to Cybersecurity Needs to Be Proactive Rather Than Reactive
- 6 Tips for Keeping Iot Devices Safe
Check out the slideshow below in order to learn about some of the most financially devastating and uniquely inventive cyber attacks and hacks that have happened this year. By learning about them, you can help your organization protect itself against them in the future.
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