Cybersecurity Resources for Work and Home 

The Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) is a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) federal government agency with the mission to increase national cyber resilience to protect critical services and national interests.   

Their website that has some great resources not only for small-to-medium sized businesses, but for everyone that connects to the internet, whether at work or at home.

Why HTTPS matters for websites and what you need to know about it

When you visit a website, do you see a padlock icon on the browser’s address bar? That’s one of the first signs that a website is safe to visit. That padlock is a security feature that authenticates websites and ensures that the data that users submit to that site is protected. Another sign that a […]

Webinar: Expecting The Unexpected

We had a fantastic turnout for our Expecting The Unexpected workshop.  We covered a lot of material and wanted to provide you with the recording so you can review it again or share it with others in your organization.

When it comes to cybersecurity, you don’t have to be a news junkie to realize that ransomware incidents are on the rise.

How to create a strong passphrase

It’s not controversial to state that good, secure passwords are hard to create and even harder to remember.

And there are few things more frustrating than having to create a new password because you forgot the old one or were forced to change it.

In our attempt to make passwords easier to remember, we start adopting bad password habits.

Ransomware: What You Should Do to Protect Your Business Against This Real and Persistent Threat. 

Last week, White House sent out a memo addressed to Corporate Executives and Business leaders titled What We Urge You to Do To Protect Against The Threat of Ransomware. 

You don’t have to be a news junkie to realize that ransomware incidents are on the rise.

Cybersecurity Effectiveness is Changing: Here is What You NEED to Know.

There is no question that business today is radically different than it was prior to 2020.  These changes over the last 18 months brought about new challenges in cybersecurity and how businesses need to think about keeping their network, and data, safe.

Cybersecurity terminology you need to know

Do IT security terms like “phishing” and “intrusion protection” sound extremely foreign to you? If so, it’s time you familiarize yourself with these and other common cybersecurity terms. By learning these basic concepts, you’ll be more aware of the depth and scope of online dangers and, hopefully, be better prepared to deal with them. Malware […]

Keep ransomware out of your Android device with these tips

More and more organizations are using mobile devices to conduct various business processes, from staying in touch with customers and partners to performing financial transactions. This fact is not lost on cybercriminals — they’re launching ransomware to get into Android devices and hold the data on these devices hostage in exchange for large sums of […]

Struck by ransomware? Try out these decryptors to recover your data

There are several ransomware decryptors now, thanks to communities of white hat hackers concerned about increasing ransomware attacks worldwide. While some of these decryptors do come with a price, the rest are free or can be availed for a minimum donation. The state of ransomware in 2021 so far Businesses need to deal with ransomware […]

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