The malware attack on SolarWinds earlier this year caused a load of challenges and headaches, and now that time has passed and the dust has settled somewhat, Microsoft has uncovered […]
Too often we see email usernames and prefixes the same across multiple free email services, making the work of hackers way too easy.
In this day and age, there is more to the cybersecurity “basics” than antivirus software and a strong firewall. Have you trained your employees?
Dropbox and other free apps come with a price: SECURITY. These applications are known for security vulnerabilities and hacks.
Keeping one PC dedicated to online banking reduces your chances of getting a bank account-hacking virus.
With so many access points, how can business owners hope to keep their network safe from hackers, viruses and other unintentional security breaches?
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.