Tag: Electronics

12
Jul

Can Your PC Run Windows 11?

Written by: Jay H. Microsoft recently unveiled Windows 11, the long-awaited successor to Windows 10. However, with this new operating system comes a pressing question: Will your PC be able to run Windows 11? If you’re excited about the various new features, including Start menu changes, widgets, snap layouts, and more, we’ll go over a few ways you can tell

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5
Jul

Over Half Of Remote Workers Are Wasting Time Due To Tech Challenges

Written by: Jay H. Technology issues are loathsome, especially in the workplace. Slow internet, printer malfunctions, and email troubles are just some frustrations workers deal with daily. As the number of remote and hybrid workers continues to grow, these tech challenges are escalating as well. To examine the impact of inadequate tech in the remote workplace, Office Depot surveyed over 1,000 American

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30
May

Is Your Industry One Of These Now Being Targeted By Cybercriminals?

Written by: Jay H. One of the biggest cybersecurity mistakes organizations make is thinking they are “too small” to be targeted by hackers. Every business is at risk of data breaches, malware, ransomware, or other cybercriminal attackers. Yet, data shows that some industries are some susceptible than others. Mainly, industries such as healthcare, finance, and education have been prime targets

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26
May

How Your Remote Team May Be Sharing Sensitive Business Data

Written by: Jay H. Business collaboration tools like Microsoft 365 have been the backbone of many organizations throughout the pandemic. However, according to a new survey from data management firm Veritas Technologies, employee misuse of these channels can put company data at risk. The report highlights the dangers of misusing instant messaging (IM) and collaboration tools and offers organizations ways

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14
May

FragAttacks: The Security Flaws Affecting All Wi-Fi Devices

Written by: Jay H. On May 12, 2021, security researchers disclosed a new collection of security vulnerabilities that affect all Wi-Fi devices. These vulnerabilities, called FragAttacks, appear to impact every Wi-Fi device ever created. Here’s what you need to know about FragAttacks. What Are FragAttacks? FragAttacks stand for fragmentation and aggregation attacks. They are a collection of security vulnerabilities affecting Wi-Fi

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11
May

Canada Is At Risk Of Ransomware Attacks On Critical Infrastructure

Written by: Jay H. According to a Canadian security expert, the ransomware attack on a major U.S. gas pipeline should be a wake-up call for complacent Canadians. “My sense is we are seriously vulnerable, and this [attack] is a major canary in the coal mine,” Christian Leuprecht, a security and defence expert and Queen’s University professor, said in an interview days

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4
May

iOS 14.5.1: Apple Issues Important Security Update

Written by: Jay H. Just one week after Apple released iOS 14.5, the tech giant is urging users to upgrade to iOS 14.5.1. This back-to-back update is for a good reason since it fixes several critical security vulnerabilities cybercriminals are actively exploiting. According to a post from Apple regarding the security content of iOS 14.5.1, two WebKit bugs may be

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3
Apr

5 Network Attacks Threatening Your Organization

Written by: Jay H. Network attacks are growing threats businesses face. Although your network is necessary for your organization’s operations, when a bad guy gets in, they can wreak havoc. Luckily, you can learn about the different types of network attacks and defend your business against them. Types Of Network Attacks There are many types of network attacks, and the

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30
Mar

Back Up Your Data This World Backup Day

Written by: Jay H. Once put on the backburner of business operations, a data backup strategy is now a non-negotiable part of any modern organization. Without a proper strategy in place, companies can lose everything. Here’s what you need to know ahead of World Backup Day on March 31. What Is A Backup? A data backup is a copy of

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21
Mar

Is Your Organization Mitigating The Risks Of Remote Work?

Written by: Jay H. The coronavirus pandemic abruptly forced employees from the office into their homes. Unfortunately, this unprecedented transition left employees exposed to numerous cybersecurity risks. A recent survey conducted by software vendor Lynx Software examines these threats and how to mitigate them. In a survey of 1,000 working Americans, Lynx found that a cybersecurity attack has impacted 36%

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