Breaches – Are you on a Hackers Watchlist?
Since 2010, billions of people have had their data stolen from one or more business sectors. The field of technology is constantly expanding, and with new technology comes new ways of breaching seemingly secure data. As technology advances, people tend to forget about outdated technology and grow less concerned about security. It’s critical to ensure […]
Are your computers ready for hurricanes?
Are you prepared for hurricanes? Most of us prepare by stocking up on food, flashlight batteries, and making sure a generator is accessible. But there are important steps you need to take to prepare your computers and IT systems for major storms like hurricanes. As Hurricane Florence makes its way up the Eastern coast this […]
US Government Warns That Outdated Routers Can Be Hacked By Russian Spies
Russian hackers using home internet routers to steal information and commit cyber-espionage. Sounds like a plot from a movie, but it’s real life. The US and UK security agencies issued a joint statement yesterday alerting citizens that Russian spies have been using outdated routers in homes and businesses to spy for the Kremlin. According to […]
Network Security Part VI: Cloud Hacking
Hope your Wednesday is going great! This is the last part of our network security series. Hope you’ve enjoyed reading them. If you have, feel free to scroll down and leave me a comment at the bottom of this post. The last way that we’ll discuss is cloud hacking. There have been several high-profile cases […]
Network Security Part V: Onsite Hacking
Happy Monday, everyone! As we wind down our series on network security, make sure to download our free e-book for more information on this topic. In the meantime, here’s two more ways hackers can gain access to your computers. Onsite hacking is bold, audacious, and amazingly successful. In onsite hacking, the hacker walks into your business and […]
Network Security Part IV: How Unsecured WiFi Can Destroy Your Business
Hey everyone! Hope you’ve been enjoying our series on network security. We’ve already talked about five ways that hackers can get into your computers. If you want a quick review, download the free e-book here. The sixth way we’ll talk about is WiFi. Unsecured WiFi networks are another really easy way for hackers to steal your information. […]
Network Security Part III: Passwords
Over the past few days, we’ve been covering network security. If you missed the first two parts of the series, you can find them here. If you want to go ahead and download the full e-book for free, click here. With all of that out of the way, let’s get down to business. Easily guessed passwords are […]