9 Symptoms of a Spyware Infection

Is your computer not booting up as fast as it once did? Are some programs taking much longer to start than before? As the number of Internet users increases worldwide, so does the number of malicious Spyware infections.
One specific type of malware is spyware, and as the name suggests, it is deceitful, insidious, and dangerous.

12 Tips For Your Data Security Plan

Did you know that 90% of the 5,500 small, medium and large companies surveyed in 2015 experienced at least one security incident? Having a data security plan in place is of utmost importance to every business.

With all the personal and corporate data provided by clients, customers, and employees, it is of crucial importance that businesses have security measures in place to protect this sensitive information.

New Legal Reasons Why All Businesses Need an Email Archiving System

The internet has caused businesses to change quite a bit over the past two decades. One of the major trends is business communication done via email. In fact, many business deals are made today without a face-to-face meeting or even a phone conversation.

Patch Tuesday

Welcome to this February Patch Tuesday Bulletin. This month brings 6 critical and 7 important severity patches. While there are 7 potential arbitrary code execution flaws, it appears that none of them are being attacked in the wild. Start the month with MS16-009 and MS16-022. These 2 patches deliver updates for Internet Explorer and Adobe Flash Player for a combined remediation of 35 vulnerabilities.

Protect Yourself and Your Business Against Identity Theft

Identity theft can happen to anyone, at any time. It is a common crime in today’s hyper-technology world. Hackers are coming up with new ways to steal your information at a rapid pace. You could be the average Joe on the street who accidentally gives your credit card information to a cloned PayPal, or someone steals your driver license’s number and applies for credit cards under your name.

How Safe is Your Password Really?

Imagine this: You’re setting up your login information for your email, or maybe it’s your Cloud database account. Upon entering your password, the program prompts you to include a capitalized letter, number and possibly a symbol in your password. You wonder, “Is this really necessary? Who’s going to be THAT determined to break into my accounts?” Well to answer that question: hackers.