How to Train Your Team Against Phishing Attacks

How to Train Your Team Against Phishing Attacks

One of the ways the Occupational Safety and Health Administration protects workers from physical harm is mandatory annual training. No matter how much you roll your eyes, OSHA requires that training is updated every year because new tools are always being introduced and because it's all too easy to lapse into complacency.

7 Ways to Shop Safe on Black Friday and Cyber Monday

7 Ways to Shop Safe on Black Friday and Cyber Monday

Black Friday and Cyber Monday are expected to be a shopper’s paradise with the biggest discounts of the year available from almost every retail store, in-store and online. With more than 4 billion internet users worldwide, it is also a hacker’s dream to target the expected two biggest online shopping days of 2018.

Malicious cybercriminals live for the opportunity to take advantage of the influx of purchasing and steal credit card data or private information.

How to Protect Your Network and Devices From Cryptojacking

How to Protect Your Network and Devices From Cryptojacking

If you don’t know that your computer or server is being cryptojacked, how will you find the malware and remove it?

Unlike other forms of malware, cryptojacking doesn’t seek to disrupt your business — at least not immediately. On the contrary, its goal is to steal your processing power so that hackers can mine cryptocurrency, which the malware can accomplish only by remaining hidden as long as possible.

How to Get the Most Out of Any Tech You Invest In

How to Get the Most Out of Any Tech You Invest In

Every year, corporations invest more of their budget into technology. In the highest-performing companies, more than 57 percent of CIOs consider their ability to manage technological transformations one of their greatest strengths. That’s because such transformations are difficult to manage successfully.

Simple Security

Simple Security

Source: ithinkbigger.com
Simple Security
by Thinking Bigger Business Staff

Vol. 27 Issue 6

Online security is a major issue for businesses of all sizes. The good news is that there are IT tools that can give you peace of mind if a security threat arises.

The One Thing Businesses Need To Do More

The One Thing Businesses Need To Do More

Whether surfing online with a mobile or desktop device, everyone's security is at risk anytime you log in to an account with a saved or frequently used password. The Purple Guys, Kansas City and St. Louis’s most responsive and reliable IT Service and Computer Support company, reminds you and your employees to take a moment to change your passwords today and set a calendar reminder every 90 days for the optimal safety of you and your business.