Windows 7 is reaching End of Life – Are you ready?

Posted by - January 22, 2019

Still using Windows 7? Now may be the time to upgrade. Beginning January 14th, 2020 Microsoft will no longer offer support or security updates for Windows 7. This means that any issues with Windows 7, including security holes will not be able to be fixed by Microsoft after that date. While other software company’s antivirus… Read more »

Tips on the implementation of IoT devices for your organization

Posted by - December 20, 2018

With more and more IoT devices becoming available, it can be very tempting to take advantage of their capabilities and incorporate them into your business. However, like all other business decisions, poor planning can lead to serious consequences. A recent entrepreneur.com article suggests some common mistakes business owners should try to avoid when it comes… Read more »

Unsecured networks and bad judgement will cost your organization

Posted by - December 18, 2018

When it comes to cybersecurity, securing your network and having a solid training program in place that promotes good judgement should go hand in hand. If you have one but not the other, the consequences can be catastrophic. Unfortunately, a school district and a bank in Indiana learned this the hard way. A recently published… Read more »

Five mobile security threats to look out for this year

Posted by - December 12, 2018

As the number of employees accessing company data from their smartphones continues to grow, mobile threats are becoming greater concerns for businesses and organizations. Thankfully, the inherent protections that are built into mobile operating systems have been able to keep mobile devices malware-free for the most part up to this point. However, there are other… Read more »

Safe online shopping practices

Posted by - November 23, 2018

Thanksgiving has passed and the holiday shopping season is officially here, and if you’re like a lot of people, you’ll be doing a lot of your shopping online. It is important, however, to beware of malicious copycat websites and emails advertising deals that appear to be too good to pass up. A recent CNET article… Read more »

Tips on keeping your data safe while traveling

Posted by - November 23, 2018

The holiday season is once again upon us and for many that means lots of traveling. This also means, of course, that everyone’s technology will be traveling with them. Unfortunately, the holiday season is a special time for hackers as well, as many people’s devices are outside of their secure office and home networks. A… Read more »

Are your apps secure?

Posted by - November 15, 2018

With the prevalence of apps continuously on the rise, more and more businesses are developing their own, and it is more important than ever to keep them secure. A recent itnews.com article provides some useful tools and methods that can prevent your apps from being compromised by cybercriminals and keep your business protected. There are… Read more »

Topics every cybersecurity awareness training program should cover

Posted by - November 12, 2018

The saying “you are only as strong as your weakest link” applies to any team effort and cybersecurity for your organization is no exception. The best defense against a cybersecurity attack starts from the inside. Therefore, if you don’t already have a cybersecurity training program in place, you should. A recent itnews.com article provides some… Read more »

How to effectively make use of social media to grow your organization

Posted by - November 01, 2018

As social media continues to become a bigger part of our everyday lives, it is more important than ever for small businesses and organizations to effectively use social media to promote themselves. While social media can act as a great tool to improve and promote your business, there are certain things you should avoid if… Read more »