The internet, which has made our lives so much easier, is rapidly evolving into a deadly mechanism, with thousands of cyberattacks occurring every day.
Cybercrime is becoming more prevalent. According to the FBI, there have been over 4,000 ransomware assaults every day in the United States since 2016. That’s a 300 percent spike over 2015 when 1,000 ransomware attacks were reported every day.
In 2020, India registered 50,035 occurrences of cybercrime, an increase of 11.8 percent over the previous year.
So, your computers, phones, gaming systems, and smart home gadgets are all vulnerable to a cyberattack that may be used to rack up fraudulent charges and steal your identity.
So what should you do for your cyber safety?
Cyber security firms, IT firms, and governments are all working hard to ensure a safe cyber world. However, this is insufficient. They can create a secure digital environment, but they cannot guarantee citizens’ secure digital behaviors and habits.
You and your secure digital habits are in charge of your online safety. Only awareness is the key to security in this situation. You should be aware of the most common cyber threats. You should be aware of how to avoid cyber threats. You should be aware of secure digital habits.
All of this will be taught to you during CAST training. We have designed this training so that anyone can not only understand cyber threats but also protect their interests on the Internet. Passwords, multi-factor authentication, phishing prevention, identity theft prevention, mobile safety, social media safety, browser safety, and so on are all covered in our course. And we’re not finished yet. EXIN’s Cyber Security Researchers are constantly updating this course. This is our strategy for justifying our vision of a “Secure Digital World for All.”