With so many access points, how can business owners hope to keep their network safe from hackers, viruses and other unintentional security breaches?
The modern PC has an incredible amount of processing power, which means the speed of your hard drive could be a problem if it doesn’t perform fast enough.
Half of all cyberattacks are aimed at small businesses BECAUSE they make themselves low-hanging fruit, with sloppy or nonexistent security protocols.
Human beings are our own worst enemies online, inviting hackers, viruses, data breaches, data loss, etc., through the seemingly innocent actions taken every day.
If you’re using any kind of cloud application — and these days, who isn’t? — you’re right to be concerned about data privacy and security.
The faster the pros can address the attack — and determine the extent of the data, applications and machines compromised — the better your chances of preventing bigger problems.
Are you subject to Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards if you take credit card payments over the phone? Absolutely!
A firewall is a device that acts like a security cop, watching over your computer network to detect unauthorized access and activity.
If you simply close your browser, some of the session information that a hacker can use to gain entry is still running in the background.
You know you’re guilty of it: using the same password for everything. And yes, it’s annoying to try and remember all those passwords. But read on.