Are Your Smart Devices (Siri, Alexa, Google) Eavesdropping On You?

Have you ever had a conversation about a topic, and then later that day you start seeing news, ads or updates about that subject, and said to yourself, “This can’t be a coincidence”?

Well, you’re probably right.

According to Norton, who you may remember as an antivirus software company and who now also owns LifeLock, your smart devices ARE listening to you because that’s their job.

Top tips to protect yourself from holiday hackers

As you focus on meeting the needs of holiday shoppers or taking time off to be with loved ones, hackers are looking to exploit any vulnerabilities in your business’s system. Keep these tips in mind to ward off hackers so you can fully enjoy this festive season.

What is Ransomware?

In today’s blog, we will be going into something that most people seem to have basic or common knowledge, but you'd be surprised of how many people just don't understand or don't know what ransomware is. What is ransomware? How do we get to where we are today? We will explain a little bit about how ransomware is changing as of today, November 2022 and what the future might look like.

Make Purchases Online? Here Are 4 Things You (And Your Employees) Need To Do To Keep From Becoming A Prime Target For Cybercriminals

ROI Revolution estimates that e-commerce sales will eclipse $236 billion this holiday season. While that’s the most popular time for consumers to purchase online, in 2021 over $2 billion a day was made in online purchases.

Chances are you and your employees make purchases weekly personally and for your business.

If You Have Employees Working From Home, Here Are Three Things All Remote Employees Must Do Now To Prevent Your Company From Being Hacked

The last few years have seen countless companies going to a hybrid work model. According to a survey by Envoy over 77% of businesses have some full or part-time remote employees.

While this change comes with many benefits, as a business owner, there are three big things you need to make sure your employees are doing to keep your company’s data secure, avoid online scams and prevent being a victim of a cyber attack.

Ramp up your defenses with proactive cybersecurity

Cyberthreats are becoming more sophisticated every day, and if your business isn’t taking steps to protect itself from these threats, it faces a high risk of falling victim. This can cause you to lose valuable data or even go out of business. In this blog post, we will discuss what proactive cybersecurity is and how it can help protect your business against ever-evolving cyberthreats.

How Insiders Pose a Serious Threat to Your Business-Critical Data

Merely mitigating external cybersecurity threats isn’t enough to fight cybercrime in today’s ever-evolving threat landscape. Although insider threats can be just as devastating as their external counterparts, most businesses fail to track and manage insider threats adequately.

Fines, Penalties and Violations! Oh My!

Global data protection regulations (new or updated) are being enforced aggressively, resulting in a tsunami of hefty fines and penalties handed out to violators. The majority of these violations are a result of the failure to conduct regular risk assessments, which form an integral part of the ‘appropriate measures’ a business must take to ensure information security.

Strengthen Your IT & Data Security to Prevent Cyberattacks

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed everything about the world as we know it. Just as we started embracing new practices like sanitizing, social distancing and remote working, the pandemic has also forced us to embrace systemic changes in the ways we deal with cyberthreats.

Update your passwords now

If you’re like most people, you probably have passwords that are easy to remember or use the same one for multiple accounts. But by doing either of these, you could be putting yourself at risk to cyberattacks. To ensure the security of your online accounts, follow the latest password guidelines from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), which we’ve outlined for you in this blog.

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