Every time you’re online and a site sends a separate code to check your identity, you’re using two-factor authentication. It’s become the norm. So, of course, hackers have figured out how to get around this, too. This article shows you how they..
You want to keep your IT in top shape. Your business technology supports both your productivity and profitability. You don’t want to be dealing with downtime. You also want to avoid running afoul of any industry regulations or standards. But how..
You may be in the “if ain’t broke why fix it” camp. Yet even if some of your outdated office tools and technology aren’t actually broken, they could be crying out for an update (if only you spoke filing cabinet, you'd know!). Here are the top..
Few of us would think we could run a marathon, or even a 10-mile race, without training first. Yet the number of people who think they could successfully run a 50-meter dash jumps dramatically, especially if they were being chased by a criminal,..
Have you taken on any new staff recently?What was your induction process like? Did it include cyber security training?It really should. Because 60% of your new hires are at risk from something called social engineering.
As ridiculous as it may sound, a “door” being left open on your website can cause havoc.47% of all hacked websites have a door left open by the hacker (that means they leave a way for other hackers to get in).And this is how your site can be..
Afraid of ransomware? You should be.It’s where a criminal gets access to your data, and then encrypts it. So the data is still there, but you cannot read it or use it.And you must pay a large ransom fee, typically in Bitcoin, to get it back. It..
There’s been a lot in the news over the last few weeks about ransomware attacks.Let us clear up some things for you.First of all, what is a ransomware attack? It’s where a criminal gets access to your data, and then encrypts it. So the data is..