Posts Tagged ‘cybersecurity’

The S in HTTPS: What it is and why you should care

If you've never thought about how safe your information is while browsing the web, then it's time to start thinking about it. One of the best ways to ensure your safety is ...

A guide to IT security terms everyone should know

You've probably heard the term "malware" thrown around a lot, but what does it actually mean? In this article, we will define malware and a few other commonly used terms in IT ...

Safeguard your Android devices from ransomware

Ransomware is a type of malware that locks users out of their devices or encrypts their data until a ransom is paid. This form of attack has become increasingly widespread in recent ...

Securing Microsoft Teams: Practical tips to keep your workplace safe

Microsoft Teams is a great tool that can help improve communication and collaboration in the workplace. However, the popular business communication platform can also be a security concern if it's not adequately ...

Protecting your Microsoft 365 environment and data

For many businesses, Microsoft 365 is their go-to productivity suite because it offers powerful features, cost-saving benefits, and world-class security. And while Microsoft continuously looks for ways to address security concerns, the ...

The three kinds of hackers every business should watch out for

Hackers come from all different backgrounds. Some hackers are motivated by money and politics, while others simply hack systems for fun. In this blog post, we will define the three kinds of ...

The crucial role of MSPs in SMB cybersecurity

With modern cyberattacks targeting companies of all sizes, businesses cannot afford to relegate cybersecurity to the bottom of their list of priorities. When it comes to cybersecurity, even small- and mid-sized businesses ...

Fileless malware: The invisible threat

Hackers have found a clever way to get around anti-malware software — they’re using fileless malware, a type of malicious software that's not as visible as traditional malware. This means it can ...

The risks of password autofill

Hackers may have found an effective way to track users using a web browser or password manager’s password autofill feature. Here’s how they do it and what you can do to protect ...

TPM 2.0: Why bypassing it is risky for your business

Microsoft requires devices to carry a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 2.0 chip in order to meet Windows 11’s minimum hardware requirements. If your business uses computers that are two or three years ...

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