Is your security focusing on the right things?
To protect your home from an intruder you make sure your doors and windows are all locked and secured. You might go further: build a fence around the perimeter, perhaps even get an angry-looking dog to stand guard. But there’s no point going to all that effort if someone’s already broken in and set up […]
Make sure your cloud server is protected from this
Using a cloud server to drive your business’s technology is a smart idea. The benefits are huge. You can use as little or as much storage as you need, without having to worry about limitations or huge bills. Perfect for growing businesses. Your team can access any data anywhere. Cloud servers were made for the […]
Passkeys could improve the way you work, forever
Back in May, we heard there would soon be a successor to the password – the Passkey. Now, we’re hearing that Apple will start rolling out Passkeys in the next few months in iOS 16. And we’re excited. Though it’s caused a bit of confusion. Apple is going to great lengths to market the Passkey, […]
The 7 Ghosts of Cybersecurity
October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month, but it also well known, among the vernacular of the younger generation, as Spooky Season. Most people are more concerned with ghosts, ghouls, and goblins than they are with the dangers lurking in the dark corners of the Internet. Which is understandable, it’s more fun to think about the fake […]
Password Best Practices Your Business Should Embrace in 2020
“123456” — that’s the password that got 23.2 million people hacked, according to a 2019 study. That’s on top of the 7.7 million people who used “123456789” or the 3.6 million folks who had “password” as their password. Hackers are already “great” at what they do, but such passwords make their jobs even easier. So much so […]
Cybersecurity Threats on the Rise as the Coronavirus Pandemic Spreads
The long-term effects of the virus itself are difficult to assess, much less the long-term effects of the virus on the fabric of society. We do, however, know that as a whole, businesses and individuals are becoming much more focused on utilizing the Internet and technology.
While many jobs and educational opportunities have been remote for a long time, the coronavirus has propelled us into a new era in which it is demanded of us. And with this long-term change comes a new issue: cybersecurity threats.
In this article, we’ll discuss some of the cybersecurity threats we’ve seen pop up in the past couple of months as the virus spreads. We’ll also talk about threats that experts warn could occur, and how you can protect yourself and your business.
Remember; cybersecurity threats are everywhere, and it is best to be proactive rather than reactive.
5 Signs You’re About To Get Hacked — And What You Can Do To Prevent It
Hackers love to go after small businesses. There are many businesses to choose from, and many don’t invest in good IT security. Plus, many business owners and their employees have bad cyber security habits. They do things that increase their risk of a malware attack or a cyber-attack. Here are five bad habits that can […]
Online Security Tips Companies Should Be Teaching Their Employees
Every single employee at your company can be a cyber security risk if they aren’t trained properly. Learn online security tips all your employees should know. Cyber security is crucial for small businesses. According to statistics, one in five small businesses will be hacked at some point and of those, 60 percent will go out of […]
11 Practical Tips to Identify and Prevent Phishing Scams
Phishing scams are among the most common cyber threats. Learn fifteen practical tips to identify and prevent phishing scams today. If not, we have come up with the top 11 ways to identify phishing scams and to protect your information. Keep reading below to see how to prevent phishing with our top 11 tips. What […]
Are YOU Prepared for the End of Windows 7?
January 14, 2020, the world will bid a fond farewell to the beloved Windows 7 operating system. Well, sort of. Microsoft has declared that, after that date, it will no longer update or support the system. It’s the final nail in the coffin for a trustworthy, oft-touted software package that’s been running on fumes since newer versions hit the scene. And, as with any funeral, there are some arrangements to be made for the millions of businesses that have stuck it out to the end. Here’s everything you need to know about the coming changes – and what you should do now to prepare.