Two things are very clear right now. One is that the majority of business leaders are worried about cyberthreats. Two is that worrying about it isn’t necessarily translating into doing anything about the risks they are facing.
You may be the one who is most responsible for putting your computer at risk of a breach or malware infection. But by taking steps to end these 10 bad habits, you can limit your risks and enjoy a safer, more secure 2017.
As much as we love our iPhones, sometimes they act funny or don't work like we need them to. But for some users, the issues go beyond an occasional freeze-up to a bigger issue officially known as iPhone Touch Disease.
It's that time of year again...time for resolving to exercise more, eat better, and save money, among many, many other things. Those are certainly good and noble goals, but what resolutions are you making to strengthen and secure your business?
Business travel – whether for just one day or multiple days – requires a fair amount of planning and pre-travel preparation. But one important thing that often gets left off the checklist is properly preparing our devices for departure.
Like it or not, holding on to outdated technology is not a sign of sensibility - it's a threat to your business. While it may seem like hanging on to older machines, operating systems or software is the more fiscally conservative option, more than likely that decision is actually costing your company in a variety of negative ways.
Given that I work with super-smart people who really LOVE technology and tech gadgets, I decided to ask them what's on their wish/gift lists for the holidays this year. So if you're in need of any last-minute gifts or just want to see what the IT pros think is cool this year, then you don't want to miss these gift ideas.
We focused on cybersecurity and network security a lot this year (because it's just THAT important!), so in case you missed any updates, webinars, or resource downloads, we have put them all together in one post for you. Here's to staying safe in cyberspace!
Despite the ever-present cyber threats, and despite the fact that so much of our daily lives - both personal and professional - are managed online, data shows that many people are still failing to heed even the most basic security principles around passwords.