5 Ways improper cabling hurts your business

August 28th, 2019

Cabling might not be the most glamorous thing when it comes to technology, but there’s no denying how important it is in the modern office environment. Since the internet is the critical backbone of the modern business, the last thing you need is a slow connection that regularly drops or easily gets overloaded.

How managed security services add value to small businesses

July 31st, 2019

Cybercrime is a constant source of fear for business leaders across all industries. But instead of being constantly bogged down by the often-overwhelming challenges of information security, privacy, and compliance, companies are now outsourcing cybersecurity to third-party managed services providers.

Anti-virus vs. Malware Solution

July 18th, 2019

Ransomware, Malware, CryptoLocker, zombie, botnet: When you hear these words, you may feel some nostalgia for some great movies from the ’90s. The reality is that these are terms that every computer user should know.

Many computer users find an anti-virus program, load it on their PC, and think they are covered.

Who should be included in your business continuity planning?

July 17th, 2019

A rock-solid business continuity plan can see an organization through almost any disaster, but it’s crucial not to neglect the human aspect of the plan. Many business leaders don’t look beyond the IT elements, such as backup and disaster recovery, but it’s the capability of your team to handle an unforeseen event that really counts.

5 Ways Employees can become a Human Firewall

June 27th, 2019

By now we’ve all heard of a firewall. You may or may not know what it does, but odds are you’ve heard of it.

I realize just because one has heard of a Firewall doesn’t mean you’d know it’s a purpose.

A Firewall is a part of a computer system or network which is designed to block unauthorized access while permitting outward communication.

Why businesses should regularly scan the dark web

June 24th, 2019

The dark web refers to a part of the internet that’s only accessible with special software, allowing users and website owners to operate anonymously. Although it uses much of the same infrastructure as the regular web, dark web servers are hidden beneath multiple layers of security.

5 Essential cybersecurity tips for nonprofit organizations

May 27th, 2019

Nonprofit organizations (NPO) carry out crucial work all over the world, but while they’re supporting at-risk communities, cybercriminals are out in force to exploit their noble deeds. Because NPOs often enroll temporary volunteers and collect online donations, they’re considered easy targets for ransomware, social engineering scams, and a multitude of other threats.

5 Ways you can protect your law firm from cyberattacks

May 13th, 2019

Law firms build their entire brands on trust. Naturally, the highly sensitive nature of the information they hold makes them a favorite target of cybercriminals. This is one of the reasons why the legal sector has been slow to innovate. Although new technologies present opportunities, they also introduce new risks, which pushes leaders of law firms to halt innovation on the grounds of data security and privacy.

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