How to Spot Phishing Attacks

How to Spot Phishing Attacks

Imagine that you are a fish swimming in a big pond full of other fishes and you spot something that you think is food. You immediately swim over and start inspecting the “food” in question. How can you tell if what you see is food or a rubber imposter that is waiting...
Passwords 101

Passwords 101

A business’s cybersecurity starts with their employee’s passwords. No amount of network security or locks can protect a business if the passwords that the company’s employees are using have been hacked. Here a few basic practices that you should teach yourself and...
Top 3 Ways SMBs Cut Their Security Spend

Top 3 Ways SMBs Cut Their Security Spend

The time to think “My business is too small for cyber-attacks” has passed. Cybercriminals are now increasingly targeting small to medium-sized businesses. This is due to the widely known fact that many SMBs do not prioritize their budget to include proper internet...
5 SECURITY PRACTICES TO TEACH YOUR EMPLOYEES

5 SECURITY PRACTICES TO TEACH YOUR EMPLOYEES

Many businesses provide their employees with the necessary devices that they need to conduct their work, such as mobile phones, laptops, or tablets. Surprisingly, not many businesses train their employees on the best practices to keep their work devices secure. ...
CAN YOU REALLY AFFORD NOT TO HAVE A BACKUP PLAN?

CAN YOU REALLY AFFORD NOT TO HAVE A BACKUP PLAN?

According to Symantec SMB, 50% of SMBs admit to having no backup and disaster recovery plan in place. 41% of those surveyed confessed that they had never even given much thought to implementing a disaster recovery or business continuity plan. If you are one of them,...