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By Catherine Wendt
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In its “2021 Internet Crime Report” released this past March, the FBI identifies phishing as the top cybercrime facing the United States, wi...
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By Ken Chapman
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Cybercriminals are now branching out to what they consider softer targets—construction companies. The construction industry was the most fre...
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By Dan Hanson
July 11, 2022
Over the past decade, the construction industry has become more and more reliant on technology, in particular to help manage a widely distri...
By Richard Volack
July 5, 2022
The construction industry traditionally has been resistant to change. However, recently, whether it is a desire to get away from the early d...
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Ransomware attacks almost doubled in 2021, rising 92.7% year-over-year, according to NCC Group’s 2021 Annual Threat Monitor. The most-target...
By Rachel E. Pelovitz
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Construction is the number-one industry targeted by ransomware attacks, according to a NordLocker analysis of 1,200 companies in 35 industri...
By Marla McIntyre
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By Jeffrey Cavignac
October 25, 2021
“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.” While the coronavirus has turned the world upside down, the economy has remained sur...
By Marie Gavin
October 13, 2021
The construction industry is continually assessing and adapting technology solutions in order to make better decisions, improve jobsite secu...
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