New Year’s resolutions to improve password security

The New Year is the perfect time for business owners and managers to make resolutions that can steer the company in the right direction. Given the importance of cybersecurity in today’s business environment, they need to make the following seven resolutions to bolster password security:

1. Use long passwords
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) no longer recommends combining upper- and lowercase letters, numbers, and special characters to create a password.

What does 2023 hold for cybersecurity?

With 2023 just around the corner, we need to start thinking about what the cybersecurity landscape might look like so we can better prepare for emerging threats. Otherwise, we'll be blindsided by cyberattacks or breaches that can lead to significant financial losses, reputational damage, and hefty regulatory penalties.

How cybersecurity affects customer experience

Many businesses spend a lot of time and effort ensuring that they provide exceptional customer experience. For example, they invest in IT solutions that make it more convenient for customers to shop and access certain services via the internet as well as enable employees to serve customers remotely.

Clear signs it’s time to upgrade your computer

Computers are among the most versatile and important business tools today. They let you process data and communicate with customers, employees, and vendors. A computer also lets you keep track of inventory, organize workflows, and create content for information and advertising.

7 tips for choosing the best project management software for your team

Project management programs like Microsoft Planner and Trello help teams plan and organize their tasks. Any company can leverage them, but they are especially useful to businesses with hybrid work and remote work setups. Features like file sharing and real-time task tracking can help team members collaborate and stay coordinated no matter where they are.

Busting 7 of the most common myths about malware

Malicious software, more popularly known as malware, has been a threat for almost as long as personal computers have existed. As malware has become more varied and sophisticated over the years, public understanding of it also evolved, albeit not always for the better.

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