What is HTTPS and Why Should You Care?

It’s known as many things – HTTPS, the lock icon in the address bar, an encrypted website connection.  Although it was once reserved primarily for passwords and other sensitive data, the entire web is gradually leaving HTTP behind and switching to HTTPS. So what does it mean?

5 Mobile Device Security Tips for Your Business

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Managing the security of your mobile devices is about overseeing the way users on all devices – from laptops to internet connected printers – view, share and store sensitive information.

5 Ways to Make the Most of Your IT Budget in 2019

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Technology occupies a large place in our lives and businesses now but the demand grows with each passing year.  Annual advancements in computers, phones, tablets, POS systems, cloud storage, data backup, software and much more creates an ever-changing list of IT possibilities.

6 Steps to Prepare for a Cyber Attack

Many companies have an incident response plan that may look great on paper but they have not tested the execution. Key stakeholders must agree on the strategy, evolve it over time and be able to implement it confidently during an incident.

Microsoft End of Life 2020 Explained

As with all of Microsoft’s operating systems, Mainstream and Extended Support is by Microsoft for a period of time. Microsoft calls its products “End of Life” when the Extended Support period comes to an end.

BYOD Security – What It Is and How It Affects Your Business

Despite concerns about Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) security risks, employees over the past years have enjoyed the multiple benefits of BYOD.  Employers are unlikely to ever stop staff from bringing their own devices to work or using them remotely for work purposes.

5 Things to Look For Before You Click – The Anatomy of a Phishing Email

At the most basic level, a phishing scam involves sending fraudulent emails that appear to be from a reputable person or company, with the goal of deceiving recipients into either clicking on a malicious link or downloading an infected attachment, usually to steal financial or confidential information.

How Security Awareness Training Can Greatly Reduce Security Breaches [VIDEO]

Did you know that 95% of breaches involve employee error? Your employees are both your greatest asset and biggest downfall. And right now, hackers are becoming more sophisticated and finding new ways to infiltrate your network through unsuspecting employees.

One Surefire Way to Bounce Back from Ransomware [VIDEO]

Whether it's ransomware or a flood, unexpected catastrophes happen. Instead of being reactive to an accident, prepare yourself and business for when it happens. The only way to ensure that your business can be back up and running fast is with a carefully constructed backup and disaster recovery plan.

How a Lost Device Could Cost You Thousands [VIDEO]

Do your employees access company data on mobile devices? According to Sprint Business, 25% of lost or stolen devices end up in a security breach. Even worse, only 43% of staff report that their device is missing on the day it goes missing. That's more than enough time for someone to hack the device and steal company data.