Every day, many business owners wake up and drive to work, only to discover that they’ve been breached. At that point, the cybercriminals responsible for the breach have had more than enough time to erase all traces of their malicious activity. Such incidents are, unfortunately, way too common because many small and medium-sized businesses have […]
The internet is essential for your business. It has made it possible for employees to easily communicate in real-time over long distances, access useful tools and services, and share massive amounts of data without relying on physical storage media.
The ability to communicate effectively is crucial when it comes to completing goals on time and ensuring that all employees have the information they need to do their jobs well. Unfortunately, the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted established communication channels, forcing many organizations to explore more flexible and secure alternatives.
Effective teams need effective tools to help them communicate and collaborate even when working from remote locations.
Losing a laptop is never fun, especially if you use it for work and store sensitive data on it. In such a case, the cost of replacing the laptop is the least of your worries because whoever finds the laptop could potentially have access to information whose unauthorized disclosure would cause far greater financial damage.
Just because your Windows 10 PC is not performing as well as it used to doesn’t mean that the time has come to replace it. A couple of hardware and software tweaks may be enough to restore it back to its former glory and extend its lifespan by a few years.
Security experts and cybercriminals are constantly trying to one-up each other, and it may seem that the latter group has now gained the upper hand because the latest generation of phishing scams can bypass even two-factor authentication. Is Two-Factor Authentication Dead? Two-factor authentication, also called 2FA, is a commonly used security measure that adds another […]
As unfortunate as it is, businesses can’t always avoid disasters. Often, all it takes for a well-functioning business to experience a major IT crisis is a single natural disaster, successfully executed cyber attack, critical hardware malfunction, or serious human error.
You wake up your computer and discover an ominous message in the middle of the screen, informing you that the entire content of your hard drive has been encrypted and that the only way to regain access to it is to pay a hefty ransom. That’s what it’s like to get hit by a ransomware […]
The web is not secure. Or at least not as secure as it would be if all websites used HTTPS. If this five-letter acronym seems familiar to you, that’s because the company behind the most popular search engine in the world, Google, has been putting pressure on website owners for the last three+ years to […]