Utilizing a Remote Workforce? How Are You Protecting Your Computers and Networks Outside of Your Office?

Utilizing a Remote Workforce? How Are You Protecting Your Computers and Networks Outside of Your Office?

Let's talk about Computer and Network Privacy. Do you know if your computers and networks are strongly defended? Do you have a Firewall, AntiVirus, and AntiSpam? Do you know what tools your business uses for these? Do you know if they routinely updated, maintained, and tested for quality?

If the answer is no or you're not sure because an internal IT person or outsourced IT Guy or IT Support company manages it for you, let us help you answer these questions.

The Best Thing Businesses Can Do To Prevent The Leading Cause of Malware Infections

The Best Thing Businesses Can Do To Prevent The Leading Cause of Malware Infections

Do you know how to spot a phishing email and are you training your employees on this as well? Why, we ask? Because email phishing is still the #1 cause of malware infections for small businesses.

According to the Wombat 2018 State of the Phish report, 92.4 percent of malware is delivered via email, 76 percent of organizations say they experienced phishing attacks and 49 percent of successful phishing attacks resulting in malware infections.

2 Questions to Determine If You Can Trust Your IT Support Company

2 Questions to Determine If You Can Trust Your IT Support Company

Your business has a lot of sensitive data about your operations, your partners, and your customers. You are likely (hopefully) doing everything you can to protect that information from hackers who want to steal it and make money off it. You’ve even hired an IT support company to make things more secure — unless your IT provider is inadvertently making you vulnerable to attack!

Many businesses, especially those too small to have an IT budget big enough for a robust internal defense team, turn to IT support companies to meet their IT needs.

What Do You Do After a Cyber Disaster Strikes?

What Do You Do After a Cyber Disaster Strikes?

Cybersecurity is a crucial investment for any business, one that can make a difference between being easy prey for hackers and staying safer for longer. However, high-profile data breaches at tech giants such as Facebook, Google, and Yahoo show that any company’s security can be compromised, no matter how much they invest in cyber protection.

A Year of Massive Security Breaches – Who Was Hit in 2018 and How It Affects You

A Year of Massive Security Breaches – Who Was Hit in 2018 and How It Affects You

This year, some of the most popular companies faced massive security breaches, affecting millions of users and exposing private and financial information. This data was either acquired for malicious use by the hacker themselves or sold off to the highest bidding cyber-criminal organizations.

Want Repeat Business? Protect the Customer’s Data

Want Repeat Business? Protect the Customer’s Data

Ask most CEOs how they get new customers, and “referrals” will be in the top three. How do you get referrals? Earn the trust of your customers, and they will tell their friends about you. On the other hand, if you lose that trust, customers will not only leave, but they’ll also tell their friends why.

7 Ways to Shop Safer Online

7 Ways to Shop Safer Online

Each year, Black Friday and Cyber Monday are expected to be a shopper’s paradise with the biggest discounts available from almost every retail store, in-store and online. With more than 4 billion internet users currently worldwide, it is also a hacker’s dream to target the expected two biggest online shopping days.

How to Know When Your Data Enters the Dark Web

How to Know When Your Data Enters the Dark Web

The breach of as many as 90 million Facebook accounts is bad news for the social media company, but it’s even worse news for the users whose sensitive personal data was compromised. That’s because hackers won’t make their money by posting an embarrassing status update or “liking” Nickelback on your profile.

Featured on Due – 4 Strategies to Avoid Costly Credential Stuffing

Featured on Due – 4 Strategies to Avoid Costly Credential Stuffing

Cybersecurity threats are becoming more prevalent each year, and business owners need to focus on protecting their companies and upgrading their defenses. Companies that use the internet to do business are especially at risk for credential stuffing, a tactic wherein botnets attempt to use fraudulent login data to access information.

How To Spot Phishing Attempts Before You’re On The Hook – Thinking Bigger

How To Spot Phishing Attempts Before You’re On The Hook – Thinking Bigger

As seen in Thinking Bigger Business Media edition and written by Jon Schram.

In the security world, it seems like every day brings another story of customer data being compromised. One of the latest examples comes from Children’s Mercy Hospital, where patients are still finding their data endangered after an email phishing scam hit more than 60,000 individuals back in January.