When your business is hit with ransomware, the clock starts ticking. You have very limited time to act before the damage becomes irreparable. While it may be tempting to pay the ransom and hope for the best, this is almost never a good idea. Instead, you need to immediately take the following steps to minimize the damage and begin the recovery process.
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 by visiting sites that use HTTPS, a protocol that helps keep your data secure when you’re online. In this blog post, we’ll discuss […]
There’s a popular notion that only large enterprises are affected by cyberattacks. In reality, however, small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are just as vulnerable, as they often have weak cyber defenses.
To defend against cyberattacks, it’s necessary for SMBs to deploy security solutions like antivirus software and firewalls.
The most common way passwords are compromised is through brute force attacks. This is where cybercriminals attempt to infiltrate an account by guessing both common and random password combinations. However, more and more cybercriminals are now using password spraying to gain access to their victims' accounts.
In many industries, remote working is becoming an increasingly popular option for employees. But with the freedom and flexibility of working from home comes a new set of cybersecurity risks. Read on to learn security best practices for remote workers. Patch your software regularly Although installing software updates can be a major nuisance, these updates […]
If you shop online like many people, you need to make sure that the site’s payment page has HTTPS in its URL. Otherwise, entering your personal and financial information on this page can expose you to risks such as identity theft. Read on to find out why HTTPS makes for a safer online browsing experience. […]