20
Jan

Is Your Organization Safe From Cybercrime in 2022?

Written by: Jay H. Many people were glad to say goodbye to 2021. However, with the new year comes new cybersecurity challenges against organizations. Indeed, ransomware hit over one-third (37 percent) of businesses in 2021, and security experts project it to only get worse this year. Does your company have a solid cybersecurity strategy, or is it vulnerable to cybercrime?

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14
Jan

Should You Upgrade To Windows 11?

Written by: Jay H. Windows 11 marks the next chapter in Microsoft’s operating system sega. If you’re currently using Windows 10, you’re likely free to upgrade at any time as long as you meet the requirements. But the question remains – should you upgrade to Windows 11 or stick with Windows 10? Thankfully, you’re not forced to update. Microsoft has

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10
Jan

Microsoft Outlook Tips And Tricks

Written by: Jay H. Email is a major part of business communication. In fact, the average worker spends over 13 hours of their workweek on email, proving just how much time email consumes. Luckily, there are ways you can increase your productivity in Microsoft Outlook. Use these 6 Microsoft Outlook tips and tricks to gain control of your email. 1. Sort

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29
Dec

How To Secure Your Cloud Data

Written by: Jay H. Cloud technology provides many benefits, such as improved productivity, scalability, accessibility, and cost savings. However, many businesses worry that the cloud is more vulnerable to data breaches than on-premise servers. Truthfully, any computing environment is susceptible if you do not take proactive steps to secure them. Let’s go over how to secure your cloud data to

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21
Dec

800k WordPress Websites Vulnerable To SEO Plugin Vulnerabilities

Written by: Jay H. Vulnerabilities exposed over 3 million websites using the popular All in One SEO WordPress plugin to takeover attacks by critical vulnerabilities. The plugin’s developers released a security update for the flaws on December 7, 2021; however, over 820,000 websites have not updated the plugin, leaving them vulnerable to crippling attacks. These flaws allow low-level permission roles

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15
Dec

FBI: Ransomware Targeting Food & Agriculture Sector

Written by: Jay H. The US Federal Bureau of Investigation has warned that cybercriminals are targeting the food and agriculture sector with ransomware attacks. According to the notification, threat actors are turning their attention to the food and agriculture industry because of its increasing reliance on smart tech. These attacks are disrupting operations, causing financial loss, and negatively impacting the food

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30
Nov

Laptops or Desktops: Which Is Best For Your Small Business?

Written by: Jay H. As a small business owner, you have to make many decisions on a limited budget. One of these decisions includes what kind of computers to get. Should you get laptops or desktops for your small business? Consider the following aspects when making your decision. Portability Are you constantly on the go and need a portable device?

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25
Nov

What Is Endpoint Detection And Response?

Written by: Jay H. Every device on your business network poses a threat. Your computers, mobile devices, servers, and even printers are all vectors hackers can use to breach your organization. So, how do you know if suspicious activity occurs? What if attackers compromise a device? Endpoint detection and response (EDR) aims to address these challenges, using continuous monitoring to

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19
Nov

Is Your Business Website Losing Visitors Because Of These Elements?

First impressions are everything when it comes to your business website. If you fail to make a good first impression, visitors will leave your website, and you’ll lose many prospective customers. That’s why having a visually appealing website is a crucial element for any business. To make your business website appealing and help you get more customers, be sure to

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8
Nov

The Cost Of A Data Breach Is Increasing

Written by: Jay H. Cybercrime continues to be a lucrative endeavor for criminals. The average cost of a data breach is only rising, according to IBM’s 17th-annual Cost of a Data Breach report. Of the breaches impacting 537 organizations across 17 countries and industries, the average total cost of a data breach was $4.24 million. This is the highest cost

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