Email is one of the most commonly used forms of communication nowadays. It’s quick, easy, and convenient, but it’s also vulnerable to attacks from hackers. Read on for some practical tips that you can use to secure your email account and keep your information safe. Use strong passwords Many email users fail to realize how […]
With so many different IT security terms and concepts that you need to learn when running a business, where should you start? Diving into cybersecurity can be challenging, but learning about the most commonly used terms in IT security is a good place to start. Understand these basic terms so you’ll be better prepared to […]
Working from home is becoming an increasingly popular option for employees around the world. While this flexible work arrangement can be a great perk for employees, it also comes with its own set of security risks. Follow these cybersecurity tips so you can protect yourself, your personal information, and your company’s data while telecommuting. Patch […]
Without technology, businesses cannot compete and succeed. But with the advancement in technology comes the ever-constant threat of hackers and cybercriminals. That’s why small- and mid-sized businesses (SMBs) need to protect themselves with robust cybersecurity solutions managed by reputable managed IT services providers (MSPs). The numbers Through the years, the number of SMBs falling victim […]
Although most ransomware attacks usually target Windows PCs, this doesn’t mean Mac computers are completely safe. Ransomware attacks for Macs have occurred before, and are becoming more widespread over time. So how can you prevent ransomware from infecting your Mac? We’ve compiled some helpful security tips for you. What is ransomware? Ransomware is a type […]
Phishing scams are nastier than ever this year. In a phishing scheme attempt, the attacker poses as someone or something the recipient recognizes and attempts to trick the target into divulging credentials, clicking a malicious link, or opening an attachment that infects the user’s system with malware, trojan, or zero-day vulnerability exploit.
Two-factor authentication (2FA) is an easy way to add a layer of security to any login credentials.
The "two" in the name refers to the fact that apart from something you know (your password), a valid login requires a 2nd factor, something you have, which could be an app, your mobile phone, your fingerprint, or even your face.
Many businesses use email to send and receive sensitive information, making it an attractive target for cyberattacks. To reduce your exposure to cyberthreats, implement the following email security measures. Use separate email accounts Most people use a single email account for all their online tasks. As a result, all information from websites, newsletters, shopping deals, […]
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.
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.