Month: November 2019

Tips to Protect Your Mac Computer from Cyber Threats Mac computers have an excellent reputation when it comes to cybersecurity, but they can still be targeted. Find out about protecting your Mac from threats. Malware, ransomware, phishing—the cyber threats on the internet abound, and these threats are generating an astounding cost to the people who

Why Google Chrome Users Should be Concerned About Security Patches Does Your Organization Use Google Chrome? Find Out Why Recent Security Flaws Have Created an Urgent Need to Update Your Devices’ Browsers Immediately   If users in your organization use Google Chrome, there is a high chance that several of those systems are creating an

Learn from Marriott’s Example: Notification Responsibilities After a Data Breach Most states, the District of Columbia, the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico have passed legislation regarding notification of security breaches. Know the laws in your state.   To answer this question, let’s start with the example experienced by Marriot International recently when a breach exposed the

November 11th is Remembrance Day… A day where we stand united to honour those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty. And for all they’ve done, we say thank you. Thank you to those who placed themselves in harrowing situations in the name of protecting our freedom. However you’re planning on

Weak Points in Cybersecurity Hackers Love Do you know where hackers are most likely to gain access to your private data? Discover the favorite entry points and how you can stop them.   It seems like every week that there are reports of another massive data breach hitting the news. The number of users affected

No matter how secure you may be right now, you could always be doing more. Have you double-checked your cybersecurity lately? Review the best practices below to strengthen your small business cybersecurity. When everything is going well, the last thing you want to do is think about what will happen when something goes wrong. It’s

Downtime is bad for business. Whether you agree or not, it’s a fact – just a couple years ago, small businesses with up to 50 million in annual revenue reported that just a single hour of downtime cost them $8,600. Why Does Downtime Cost So Much? The main cost of downtime is not the fix

Businesses nowadays collect an incredible volume of data from various sources, including online sales, in-store-transactions, social media, and various other places. So how do you find value in that data? The simple answer: Organizing it properly within worksheets. Ready to unlock the potential of your data? If you want to analyze and make sense of