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You Need These 7 Small Business Security Tips

You Need These 7 Small Business Security Tips

As a small business owner, you’ve invested a huge chunk of your time, money, and energy to make your business work. Do you really want to risk losing it all simply because your employees failed to use basic security measures? Small businesses often fail because of security

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How to Reduce Public Wi-Fi Security Risks

How to Reduce Public Wi-Fi Security Risks

Public Wi-Fi is arguably one of the great modern conveniences. No matter where you happen to be—airport, hotel, restaurant, or perhaps just standing on any random street corner, you’ll typically find at least one public and free Wi-Fi hotspot within range. The ubiquity of such hotspots makes

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Big Business or Small, Data Breaches Don’t Discriminate

Big Business or Small, Data Breaches Don’t Discriminate

You guessed it, businesses are still suffering from data breaches, years after major incidents at Home Depot and Target raised awareness to stratospheric heights. Recent examples include a massive payment card breach at Chipotle Mexican Grill and a hack affecting the popular OneLogin password manager. Kmart was also hacked, again. Admittedly,

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4 Common Mistakes Businesses Make Around Technology

4 Common Mistakes Businesses Make Around Technology

Technology is a major investment for companies of every size, and it can be tempting to cut corners to keep costs down. However, making cuts in the wrong places often results in greater expenditures over time because security breaches, poorly managed systems and IT inefficiencies rapidly drain

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Is Your CRM Data Safe From Hackers?

Is Your CRM Data Safe From Hackers?

In an age where customer data is constantly being hacked and leaked, it’s vital that any data your business collects on your customers is behind a wall of security. With cyber crime costing the global economy close to half a trillion dollars a year, protecting yourself needs

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5 Ways to Avoid Data Disasters

5 Ways to Avoid Data Disasters

Whether you are a full-time freelancer or entrepreneur on the go, your hard work — all the files and data you complete for your client / own business — is at risk. It could be one spilled coffee on your laptop or one client who saves over the only copy of a

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85% of Cyber Attacks Are Directed at Startups: 8 Tips That Can Save Your Company

85% of Cyber Attacks Are Directed at Startups: 8 Tips That Can Save Your Company

If you are a startup owner, your priority is probably the growth of your company. You are dealing with long working hours, payroll and many hassles that are a part of building your own business. Most likely, cyber security is not on top of your mind­ unless

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The cloud is more secure than you think

The cloud is more secure than you think

Even to this day, the perception of cloud technology suffers from a reputation for bad security. But as time goes on we’re beginning to see that cloud security is almost always better than that of local area networks. So whether you’re considering a cloud web server or

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PC fixes are a drain on your company’s budget

PC fixes are a drain on your company’s budget

Security professionals should be beefing up your network security, implementing advanced firewall software, and identifying risks for possible breaches. In reality, they spend a huge chunk of their time troubleshooting issues on individual personal computers (PCs). That workflow is not ideal, but that’s what normally happens in

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Prevent ransomware with HIPAA compliance

Prevent ransomware with HIPAA compliance

The healthcare industry is constantly under threat of new cyberattacks. Last month, hospitals and healthcare organizations were among the first victims of WannaCry ransomware — a malware strain that holds your data hostage and demands $300 for their release. However, those that follow HIPAA regulations are better

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