Written by: Jay H. Your data is at risk every day. You could lose your break your computer, your hard drive could fail, ransomware could take your data hostage, or you could accidentally erase your files. If you don’t regularly back up your computer, you’re at significant risk of losing your files. Here’s how to back up your computer and
Written by: Jay H. No matter what industry you work in, you likely deal with computers every day. And if your PC starts running into problems, it can quickly hinder your productivity and cause frustration. Luckily, there are steps you can take to resolve most common computer issues. Here are 5 common computer problems and their solutions. 1. Slow PC
Written by: Jay H. Spyware is an umbrella term for a form of malware (malicious software) that bad actors install on a victim’s computer without their consent. It then spies on the user, steals personal information – including browsing history, login information, and sensitive information – and relays the data to third parties. Spyware is one of the most common
Written by: Jay H. Laptops are an excellent choice for working on the go, but their small screen sizes can be limiting. Thankfully, you can easily connect one, two, or more extra monitors to your laptop to give you the screens you need to help with your workload. Let’s go over your options for connecting multiple monitors to your laptop.
Written by: Jay H. When it comes to cybersecurity, you probably think about securing your computers, servers, applications, and data from attacks. However, one vulnerable device often overlooked is your office printer, which hackers can use as a gateway into your system. How Can Attackers Hack My Printer? Because most people overlook their printers in cybersecurity, hackers look to exploit
Written by: Jay H. Cyber attackers are successfully breaching organizations through brute force attacks, software vulnerabilities, and malicious emails, according to a new report from Kaspersky. Almost 90 percent of the incidents Kaspersky’s team responded to involved these three factors, providing insight into which attack vectors hackers are successfully using. Brute force attacks and software vulnerabilities each accounted for 31.58
Written by: Jay H. Shared directories on your organization’s network make it for you and colleagues to access files. However, connecting to shared directories can seem a little tricky if you’re not sure how to. Fortunately, in just a few steps you can be accessing your company’s shared files! Here’s how to connect to a shared folder on your network.
Written by: Jay H. Every business is at significant risk of a cyberattack. Indeed, 42 percent of businesses experienced a cyberattack in the last year, yet many businesses still do not take action to defend themselves. Reducing your firm’s cyberattack risk should be one of your biggest priorities in order to prevent costly breaches. Here are some ways you can
Written by: Jay H. Online security is more important now than ever. We are becoming more and more reliant on technology and the Internet for both our business and personal lives. Unfortunately, this dependence on technology gives hackers more reason to target our online accounts. One way to protect your online accounts is to enable two-factor authentication (2FA) to require
Written by: Jay H. Mobile devices are a major aspect of our work and personal lives. We access a plethora of sensitive information on our devices, including emails, stored passwords, and company data. However, your company’s mobile devices can pose a risk to your organization without implementing security measures. Let’s go over how to improve your company’s mobile device security.