You may have recently heard something about the Wi-Fi standard being broken… what’s that all about? On October 15th, information security researchers disclosed to the world a previously unknown vulnerability in the WPA2 Wi-Fi encryption standard, dubbing it KRACK for “Key Reinstallation … Read more about Wi-Fi is Broken? Understanding KRACK.
As our dependence on technology grows, cyber risk is becoming an ever-increasing anxiety for businesses. There are thousands of ways that bad people can breach, hack and attack business technology systems, exploiting technological weakness to commit fraudulent and malicious activity. Phone systems … Read more about 5 Precautions to Prevent Voicemail System Hacking
If you’ve been following the news, you probably know that Apple’s OS X was just the target of a “Ransomware” virus attack for the first time ever. Ransomware is a dangerous form of malicious software that essentially “steals” a computer’s files by encrypting them and holding them hostage until the … Read more about Emerging Security Threats: Ransomware and Others
For employers concerned about employee efficiency, content filters often seem like a fantastic idea. The idea behind content filters is that, by filtering the websites and content an employee is permitted to view on a work computer, the employee will be more productive and use their time more … Read more about Content Filters and Their Effect on Employee Efficiency
As the cloud continues to grow and become a more integral part of the way we do business, people continue to have questions about cloud security. Recent debates about data privacy have brought this to the forefront of the news.
While there is plenty of misinformation present in these … Read more about 7 Things You Must Know About Cloud Security
In an age when security breaches are more and more common (45% of companies in one recent study reported a data breach within the past two years), Chief Financial Officers play an increasingly important role in data security.
Not only must CFOs ensure that the financial resources are available … Read more about 4 Reasons a CFO Should Care about Data Security
It's no secret, more and more businesses are moving to the cloud to house their data. With every new groundbreaking app and startup company, the cloud continues to prove its worth and why industries of all types are flocking to it for all their storage needs.
All that said, some companies still … Read more about What Hollywood Can Teach Us About Moving to the Cloud
The benefits of small businesses using cloud computing for storing personal, business, or sensitive data have been widely heralded. Unfortunately, the cloud isn't always risk-free and some providers are better at ensuring security than others. It's up to you to do the research to identify which … Read more about 10 Questions to Ask Your Cloud Provider