Our expert bloggers will reveal their findings and offer tips on how to maximize your online security so you can focus on what’s most important – your business.
Being friendly and social can enhance your career, strengthen friendships and overall lead to a happier life. However, we need to be mindful that those social interactions don’t make it easy for cyber criminals to gain valuable sensitive or personal information about our lives. In a social engineering attack, an attacker uses human interaction (social […]
There’s been a tremendous amount of activity over the past few weeks in response to the Heartbleed bug discovered in OpenSSL, an open source tool used by thousands of web sites to encrypt web traffic. The bug enables an attacker to obtain a random 64K chunk of memory which could contain sensitive information, such as […]
I just read though the 2014 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR) which was made available on Verizon’s Enterprise site this week. Wow, 1,367 confirmed data breaches! It’s good to know that there are tools available to help prevent these incidents. And it’s our job to help businesses deploy these tools in a cost-effective and […]
In this edition of Cyber Security for Small Business, Steve Strauss speaks with Jim Mapes (CSO of Best I.T.) to learn more about how to protect the crown jewels of your business. Steve Strauss is a senior small business columnist at USA TODAY, author of 15 books (including The Small Business Bible), and CEO […]
A Project with DePaul University and McAfee, Part of Intel Security In attempts to be more cost conscious and stretch limited resources, businesses may look to purchase second-hand office equipment, such as used laptops, tablets and mobile phones. On average, businesses spend nearly double purchasing new tech devices versus if they bought used. Buying used […]