Most people practice these cybersecurity bad habits without even realizing what they are doing wrong. Even after falling victim to a cyber attack, they may not realize the cause. So to help you recognize cybersecurity bad habits, here is a list that will help you recognize and avoid these poor cybersecurity practices.
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As a small business owner, IT can be a challenge, especially when you have little or no IT expertise. Restrictive budgets and lack of expertise often make matters worse. But a little planning and advance preparation can go a long way in ensuring that your IT becomes your asset rather than a liability. Here we breakdown some typical IT challenges that small to medium business owners face and share the best practices that can make your IT operations manageable.
If haven’t heard the news, Apple’s new Mac OS High Sierra has a huge security flaw that allows full admin access without a password. Basically if you leave your Mac sitting around, someone can simply go into the user security settings and login easily. We’ve got 3 quick and easy steps for you to prevent and fix this issue.
While the summer travel season is long gone, Thanksgiving and the Winter Holidays are fast approaching so there’s no better time to update your travel checklist with these 4 to do’s before and during your trip. Find out how to protect your data on the road.
Keyloggers...trojans...session hijackers...Do these worry you? We cover the aforementioned phishing scams along with a couple others you should learn about with tips to avoid falling victim to these attacks. Find out what you can do to protect yourself by reading part 2 of our phishing blog series.