5 Ways to Step Up Your Company’s Cyber Security

5 Ways to Step Up Your Company's Cyber Security

Cyber security is more important than ever in the world we live in today. There are an increasing number of hackers who are eager to get into your  company or small business’s information and use that information to do damage to either your company and/or your employees. While no security system is completely foolproof, there are many measurable steps that your company can take to keep your information safe as

Data Security Methods

Data Security Methods

The internet is a commodity with several different ways of accessing it — but be careful. Although the internet is easy to access, one may be exposing personal information in ways unthought of. Some of the most common ways that people can access the internet are through cellular technology, WiFi, and dial-up, although dial-up internet users are dwindling. With the threat of cybercrime on the rise, these avenues through which the

Computer Tip Of The Day: Using Two-Factor Authentication

Computer Tip Of The Day: Using Two-Factor Authentication

Two-factor authentication can provide your workplace with an extra foundation of security. Two-factor authentication requires extra information beyond just a username and your password to access the computer accounts. Two-Factor Authentication for Emails Two-step authentication will require a combination of a username and a password, in addition to an extra piece of information that includes a security code that will be sent to a mobile device. Adding an extra layer of

Business Technology: Don’t Ignore These Password Tips

Business Technology: Don't Ignore These Password Tips

If there is one thing that has remained a constant in the battle against data breaches, it is the importance of adhering to a well-rounded password policy outlined by a company’s network administrator and supported by management.  If a data breach should occur, poor passwords such as “1234” or “password” are no match against hackers.  Any organization who wants to avoid a data breach should create and strictly adhere to

You vs. the Hackers – Small Business Security

You vs. the Hackers - Small Business Security

Large business data breaches such as last year’s Equifax hack always make headlines, but small and medium-sized businesses are also vulnerable to data hacks unless they put thoughtful security measures in place.  Even smaller businesses typically hold private information about their employees such as SSN, date of birth, family members, and other private information that hackers love.  Other private data such as email addresses, credit card and banking information, and