Many businesses are blissfully unaware of the information security risks that plague them. If you’ve never been stressed about the safekeeping of your business’ data, this blog may change that.
Ransomware has gained serious notoriety over the last few years. Bugs like CryptoWall and Locky have claimed countless victims through a variety of tactics, particularly spoof emails. But recently, ransomware attacks have utilized a new point of entry to victims’ computers: Microsoft’s Remote Desktop Protocol.
Time and time again, we see high-profile hacking cases popping up in the media. Cybersecurity is clearly an issue for businesses of all shapes and sizes, as well as individuals. In this blog, we’ll take a look back at some of the most controversial examples of hacking that have ever happened.
If your business depends on technology to ensure smooth operations, you know how stressful and inconvenient it is when that technology malfunctions. Whether your infrastructure is faulty, your software is slow or you’ve suffered a data breach, outsourcing whoever’s in charge of your tech solutions is likely what your business needs.
There’s a good chance you’re aware of how terrifyingly clever cybercriminals have become in the last few years. Unfortunately, they’re great at their jobs, meaning it’s possible for them to conduct a successful data breach of your business without you even realizing.
The staggered release of Google’s latest and greatest operating system to Android devices has been frustrating for many, to say the least. But, as more and more devices receive the Android Nougat update, it pays to know what its best features are.
While browsers like Chrome, Firefox and Safari have rightfully forced Internet Explorer into obscurity, the relatively-new Microsoft Edge is not to be slept on. And we’re about to tell you why.
Since technology is integral to the operations of your business, it’s vital to have qualified professionals to manage it. You may be thinking about hiring an IT support company instead of using an in-house tech team. If that’s the case, you should learn what exactly IT companies do.
Accidentally deleting an important document is one of the most stressful things that can happen. Your heart drops, your palms sweat and you might even choke back tears. But all hope is not lost. If you know how to recover deleted files, your hard work may not be gone forever.
As more and more devices are capable of being connected to cyberspace, the Internet of Things will continue to expand. That could be good or bad, depending on how you look at it. In this blog post, we’ll focus on the security liabilities that come with increased connectedness.