15
Sep

Update Your Apple Devices Right Now

Written by: Jay H. All Apple users need to update their devices immediately to patch a vulnerability discovered by Canadian researchers. A serious flaw discovered by researchers could allow technology firm NSO Group to exploit Apple devices using its Pegasus spyware, prompting Apple to issue an emergency security update for iPhones, Macs, and Apple Watches. You need to update your

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12
Sep

Windows 10 Features That Increase Your Privacy and Security

Written by: Jay H. Privacy and security are a growing concern amongst many and for good reason. Luckily, there are various features within Windows 10 you can enable to increase your security and privacy. Let’s go over your options. Windows Privacy Features Turn Off Ads And Tracking Microsoft shows ads and creates an advertising ID for your user account by

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12
Sep

5 Business Wi-Fi Mistakes That Could Be Costing You

Written by: Jay H. With so much on your plate as a small business owner, you may not put much thought into your business Wi-Fi. You just give your guests the Wi-Fi password, and you’re all set, right? Unfortunately not. Taking this approach could expose your business to security risks and impede the guest experience. Here are five business Wi-Fi

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6
Sep

Microsoft Reveals Windows 11 Release Date

Written by: Jay H. Microsoft has finally revealed the long-awaited Windows 11 release date. Windows 11 will become available to eligible computers on October 5, 2021. According to Microsoft’s blog post about the announcement, this rollout will be “phased and measured.” Starting with PCs, the upgrade will then roll out to other devices based on hardware eligibility, reliability metrics, age of the

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2
Sep

Windows 365: The Cloud PC Service

Written by: Jay H. Microsoft recently unveiled Windows 365, a subscription service that lets your business experience Windows 10 or Windows 11 (when it comes out) on the cloud. Also known as Cloud PC, Microsoft claims this service will provide a more secure, productive experience for workers. “With Windows 365, we’re creating a new category: the Cloud PC,” said Satya

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28
Aug

Phishing: Watch Out For Fake Unsubscribe Buttons

Written by: Jay H. Scammers are using fake unsubscribe emails to verify valid email accounts for use in future spam and phishing campaigns, according to BleepingComputer. You may have seen these in your inbox – emails with little to no context, simply asking if you wish to subscribe or unsubscribe. These emails do not describe what content you are subscribing

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21
Aug

Report: 1-in-3 Employees Likely To Fall For Phishing Scams

Written by: Jay H. Phishing scams are incredibly lucrative for scammers, who manage to rob victims of billions each year. A new report from cybersecurity company KnowBe4 demonstrates just how effective these campaigns are, finding that one-in-three untrained users were likely to fall for phishing scams. Who’s taking the bait? KnowBe4 used what it calls a “phish-prone percentage” (PPP) to determine

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16
Aug

Remote Work: Your Employees May Quit Without It

Written by: Jay H. The coronavirus pandemic uprooted the workplace as we knew it. Seemingly overnight, organizations relocated entire workforces into remote environments. However, with vaccinations steadily rolling out, long-forgotten pre-pandemic activities are resuming, including attending concerts, dining in at restaurants, traveling and office work. However, a recent survey from Leger and the Association for Canadian Studies suggests that few Canadians

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11
Aug

Canadian Small Charities Struggling With Digital Transformation

Written by: Jay H. Most Canadian charities cannot respond to the digital expectations of Canadians, according to a new report released by CanadaHelps. Despite the urgent need for digital transformation, nonprofits lack both the funding and skills necessary to maintain relevancy and raise essential funds. This survey pool consists of 1,114 charity partners from CanadaHelps’ database and 328 other charities

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9
Aug

Update Your Router’s Firmware Immediately

Written by: Jay H. On August 7, BleepingComputer published an article detailing an actively exploited bug affecting millions of routers from various vendors and ISPs. This bug lets hackers remotely bypass authentication and deploy Mirai botnet malicious payloads on your router. If your router is impacted, hackers could take over and wreak havoc on your network! Millions Of Routers At

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