Did you know more than 85% of emails consumers receive are considered spam? An email encouraging you to buy something or visit a new website may not seem dangerous, but it can be—especially if the email is a phishing attempt. Follow these tips to protect yourself from spear phishing attacks.
Think about every device you or your employees use to access your business network. All of these devices are called endpoints and they are attractive targets to cybercriminals. Here are 5 of the top things you can do to keep your endpoints secure.
An endpoint is any device that is connected to a network. Different types of endpoints present their own security challenges, but any endpoint connected to your network should be protected to keep your network secure. Here are 4 of the most common types of endpoints and how to protect them.
It's that time of year again. The time when we decide to do better next year, create a plan, and give it the good old college try. This year, in between vowing to get in shape or read more books, consider adding these 4 cybersecurity resolutions to help keep you safe online.
Companies of all sizes, including huge corporations, suffered data breaches in 2018. Some of the most famous brands on Earth fell prey to hackers and customer data was compromised in the process. Before the new year rings in, let's take a not-so-fond look back at some of these frightening events.
Infrastructure means the structure of your technological setup. There are many different ways to set your infrastructure up, but one thing that every IT infrastructure has in common is the need for security. Follow these tips to keep your infrastructure safe and sound.
Network security is the strategy used to protect your network from threats like cyber attacks, unauthorized access, data breaches, and theft. Network security doesn’t have to be complicated. Learn the basics of protecting your data and business with our beginner’s guide to network security.
It's crucial to have secure passwords. After all, passwords are your first line of defense against cybercriminals. The stronger they are, the safer your network is. If you’re not sure what makes for a strong password, you’re in luck. Here are 7 tips to make your passwords solid.
Working remotely has many advantages, but it also comes with a bit of risk, as well. Your data may not be as well protected as it is when you’re on the network at the main office. If you don’t follow proper security measures when you’re working remotely, you risk a security breach and data loss.