The majority of business is performed online in today’s hyper-connected…
Your email inbox seems like a safe place, but it is often where data loss starts. Phishing, viruses in attachments and simple employee error can cause big problems in the email realm. So, how do you keep your inbox safe? Here some indispensable tips to follow for yourself and your employees.
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.
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.
Some SMBs owners believe that they're immune to ransomware. Many of them assume hackers prefer targeting large companies that can afford to pay higher ransoms. But hackers don't see the situation that way. Instead, they view SMBs as low-hanging fruit that they can exploit easily.