Can Fitbits Be Compromised?

03/30/2017

Sound Hacking: A Potentially Big Problem in The Tech World The act of hacking something simply implies the object, either a computer or other device, is accessed without the owner’s permission or a program or software therein is altered in some way without consent. Although more and more technological advancements are being made every day […]

Wisdom Wednesday: The Importance of Training Your Employees to Spot Spoofed Emails

03/29/2017

The number of security issues and malware risks that your company must contend with continues to grow every year, but one of the most potentially devastating threats that your business faces is surprisingly low-tech in nature. Spoofed emails don’t rely on complex ransomware or sophisticated keystroke loggers. Instead, your company’s bank account and sensitive information […]

Mac Management: Protecting Your Apple Product From Ransomware

03/20/2017

Mac users are highly vulnerable to ransomware, but with the proper precautions, they can keep the risk to a minimum. Like many aspects of IT, cyber security is always in motion. No sooner do hackers develop a new method to launch attacks or breaches than security experts find new ways to block them, which hackers […]

Client’s Day: Celebrating Client Importance

03/17/2017

A look at how Client’s Day focuses on the importance customers in the professional field. No matter what kind of service you offer to the public, it’s likely that your business wouldn’t be around if it weren’t for your clients. It simply wouldn’t be possible for your business to survive if it wasn’t for the […]

Wisdom Wednesday: Sifting Through Spam: Understanding The Dangers Of Junk Mail

03/15/2017

Every day, businesses and individuals send over 205 billion emails all over the world. Though many of these messages contain valuable information, a significant portion of them are spam. Receiving or sending spam exposes your business to a variety of risks, including: Ruined Reputations Many firms are unaware that their email accounts have been compromised, […]

Why You Can’t Afford to Skimp on PCI Regulations

03/13/2017

PCI compliance runs the gamut across businesses of every size. See why this is risky business, and why you can’t let yourself skimp on the rules. PCI DSS regulations are meant to keep customers safe from financial theft, but these types of vague goals are exactly why there’s an uneven rate of compliance when it […]

Handle Unexpected Emails With Caution

03/09/2017

Spam emails are nothing new. Your junk folder is routinely home to a handful at a time, and at this point, spam is more of an annoyance than anything else. And cyber criminals know it. Which is why today’s scam emails don’t always look like spam on the surface. More and more, users are receiving […]

Weekly Tech Tip: Protect all pages on your public-facing websites, not just the checkout and sign-up pages

03/08/2017

Bolstering Home Security Through Technology

03/07/2017

Just as technology continues to change the way we live our lives in general, the world of home security is also affected by technological progress. Innovations that once would have seemed like the stuff of sci-fi movies now exist to help bolster home security and provide homeowners with greater piece of mind. These five technological […]

Why Americans Must Get Better in Terms of Cyber Security

03/06/2017

An overview of the many different reasons why when it comes to cyber security, most Americans should be downright ashamed of themselves. If you spend the majority of your life in the digital world, as millions of people around the world do each day, cyber security should always be one of your top priorities. You […]