Are You Resilient?

The continued increase in cyberattacks over the past years and especially during the pandemics has demonstrated how rewarding it can be for cybercriminals to hack into the online accounts of enterprises or individuals. And with the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine, malware authors have developed new tools and tricks to make a profit at the expense of others.

At the same time, the metaverse infrastructure offers unprecedented opportunities for cybercrime. In the digital worlds virtual and augmented reality are merging, and users can connect online in augmented ways and interact with apps and services under far more immersive conditions, opening so the door for quick-witted cybercriminals.

NFTs and cryptocurrencies are a tempting target for cybercriminals, who are increasingly setting up cyber companies and connecting information, data, and infrastructure to gain power as the world moves toward a new technology based on decentralization, trust-less and permission-free exchange of goods and money, and ubiquitous connectivity.

As Web 3.0 evolves, cybersecurity risks also multiply. Both machines and humans can easily find, distribute, analyze, and steal data in Web 3.0. Welcome to the future, welcome to Web 3.0, the Semantic Web, where anyone can become a hacker and build a dark capital based on ignorance and weak protection of system users.

Yes, we are all affected by the spreading cybersecurity pandemic as the lucrative ransomware attacks are becoming more and more dangerous and sophisticated, leaving no enterprise safe anymore. Companies across the U.S. are increasingly being targeted by profit-driven cyber gangs that employ hundreds of freelancers and, in some cases, have hundreds of millions of dollars in the bank.

To illustrate, it is estimated that the Russian-Ukrainian gang Revil has over $400 million in Bitcoin and cash. As a result, companies must deploy multiple layers of security on endpoints, gateways, and mail servers to ensure the highest level of protection.

At TLIC, we know what our many worlds look like. Hence, we provide enterprise-grade data security in an easy-to-use, integrated solution that offers Web 3.0 and open APIs for lateral and vertical automation.

We are experts in endpoint and data protection solutions. All our softwares successfully block all dangerous access attempts and cover all possible security functions. It means that you are never exposed to any risk when installing because the software will:

(1) block access to the URL;
(2) identify and block all identified exploits on the website;
(3) block the downloading of malicious components;
(4) block the use of malicious components.

Visit more about how we can solve your problems by tailoring the package that best fits your needs.

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Steven Palange
Data Privacy and Human Rights Expert

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