We’ve all been there. You need to print an important document and your printer refuses to play nice! So you try again with the same results, desperately trying to figure out why your printer is having trouble doing its job all of a sudden.
We use our wireless networks every day with hardly a thought as to whether they are functioning properly or secure. Unfortunately, our attitude towards updating and maintaining our networks regularly is much the same and that can leave you, your business, or your family frustrated and at risk.
In 2016, the number of websites hacked increased 32% over 2015 and that number is expected to continue to increase every year. While a frightening statistic, there are many things you can do to ensure that your website is as secure as possible. Below you will find the top 10 ways you can decrease the chances of your website being hacked.
All you have to do is read the news on a daily basis and chances are you will hear about yet another company that has fallen victim to a data breach. The average cost of a data breach in 2017 is $3.62 million globally and $7.35 million in the U.S, which is at an all time high, according to a study conducted the Ponemon Institute. These are big numbers and scary statistics and although there is no such thing as a totally secure system, there are several things you can do to reduce the chances of your business being one of the next victims.
In light of the latest KRACK Wi-Fi vulnerability (for more on KRACK click here) that was discovered, we figured an article on shoring up wireless networks was in order. So below are several top tips for securing your wireless network.
Security and privacy are two of the top concerns for businesses and this is becoming more and more important for organizations that have remote or traveling employees. Many employees choose to work from home, on the road, or in hotels and coffee shops. However, these options open businesses up for the possibilities of security breaches and cyber-hacking. One way to help mitigate these challenges is through the use of VPN or Virtual Private Network services.
With the ever expanding risk of businesses experiencing a security data breach, the importance of having a security incident response plan becomes an obvious point yet many businesses still don’t have one. Here we are going to outline the key aspects of creating a solid security incident response plan that every business must do today.
By definition, most people understand that a wireless network runs without wires. But exactly what does that mean; how does a wireless network function? In the second article of our “What Is?” series, we’ll explore wireless networks. Continue reading “What is a Wireless Network?”