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Protect Your Organization From the Risk of Default Configurations

Default Configurations

Preventing information security incidents requires application of proper best practice cybersecurity configurations. Applying best practice configurations at the network infrastructure, system, service and application levels can even protect your organization and thwart information security threats not yet in existence by substantially decreasing the organization’s cyber security attack surface. Cyber-criminals tend to look for common configuration

Have You Tested Your Disaster Recovery Plan? Here Is Why You Should

A recent article from Forbes that’s well-worth reading lists five major ways businesses perform poorly on IT disaster recovery plans. Second on the list is the failure to test disaster recovery plans. Why is testing necessary? Without testing the disaster recovery plans measures you’ve come up with for your computer systems, your plan remains mostly

Computer Tip of the Day: Password Complexity is Essential For Your Organization’s Application Security

Password complexity

Passwords are the most common method (along with user accounts) for authenticating a person in order to identify them as someone allowed access to the system and company network. This is especially true within networks where multiple platforms exist (such as Windows, Linux and Apple iOS) because not all systems support more advanced authentication devices.

Computer Tip of the Day: Signs That You May Need Virus Removal

virus removal

Keeping your computer running properly requires a certain amount of maintenance and upkeep as you will want to ensure that all of its software is up to date, and that your computer is running as efficiently as possible. However, another important aspect of computer maintenance is knowing when you are in need of virus removal.

4 Reasons Why A Disaster Recovery Plan Is Important For Businesses?

disaster recovery plan

Does your business have a comprehensive disaster recovery plan? Unfortunately, many businesses either don’t have a plan written up, or the plan they’ve formulated is inadequate for their needs. For example, Nationwide’s Small Business Indicator survey showed that over two-thirds of small businesses lack a written plan, delaying their recovery from natural disasters. And of

These Should Be The Key Steps In Your Business Continuity Management Cycle

Business Continuity Management

Strong business continuity management helps ensure that your company will keep functioning even when hit with a serious IT disaster. Businesses frequently name cyber attacks as a top threat, but there are other potential disasters as well, including IT infrastructure malfunctions and employee error and negligence. How do you keep your business running under such

Productivity Plugins For Major Browsers: Computer Tip Of The Day

Productivity Plugins

When you are on your computer at work, it is too easy to get distracted. A world of information and entertainment is at your fingertips. Thankfully, there are a few browser plugins and extensions that make it simple to stay on task. Here are some of the best productivity plugins for each of the major

Computer Tip of the Day – Don’t Forget Those Control Keys!

computer tip of the day

We all like to be as efficient as we can be. Whether you are in Word or composing an e-mail, if you prefer the keypad to the mouse, using control- keys can save you a lot of time! Our computer tip of the day will help. Computer Tip of the Day You’ve probably seen at

Dealing With Ransomware: Our Computer Tip of the Day

dealing with ransomware

Any basic computer user knows about the dangers that lurk on the Internet. From email scams, to generic computer viruses, and suspicious links, making smart decisions while surfing the web is important. As important as this is, however, one of the more common dangers lurking in cyberspace, is ransomware. A malicious tool that locks your

How to Prepare For a Disaster: Three Key Tips You Should Try

How to Prepare For a Disaster

Learn how to prepare for a disaster. All businesses are vulnerable to costly IT disasters. For example, CSO Online reports that by 2021, cyber crime will result in $6 trillion losses every year. And cyber crimes aren’t the only kind if IT disaster businesses suffer through. Equipment failures, flooding and fires, and employee errors (such

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