Category Archives: Security – News and General

4 BYOD integration tips

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As technology continues to expand and improve, many people have come to prefer to use their own systems over their office’s tech offerings. This is largely because many of us have newer personal devices that allow us to do so much more than the computers we use at our office. As a result, the issue […]

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4 great tips for BYOD security

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BYOD, or Bring Your Own Device, is one of the most common business trends of the past couple of years. To many, the idea of bringing their own phone, tablet, laptop, or even computer to the office is ideal because it is a system they are undoubtedly familiar with. They may also view personal devices […]

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4 BYOD tips to improve security

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A common issue many businesses face, regardless of their size, is that their computer systems and devices get progressively older and slower, unless they are constantly updated. This can frustrate some employees who may have up-to-date personal devices, so much so that they simply start to bring these devices into the office. The idea of […]

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Virtualization security myths

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Businesses are relying increasingly on virtual machines to handle more critical data and tasks than ever before. Still, many are misguided about their security needs in a virtual environment. There are several myths that if believed can have serious consequences; leaving your organization vulnerable to an attack. Understanding these issues is key to helping you […]

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5 myths of virtualization security

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Virtual machines are just gateways to a server, and cyber criminals want access to data on those servers. While you might think you’re keeping your virtual environment safe, there are several virtualization security myths which if believed can have a serious impact on your platforms, leaving them susceptible to attack. It’s vital that you are […]

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Misguided virtualization security myths

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The increasing number of businesses turning to a virtual environment is parallel with cyber criminals looking to breach that security. While many businesses think their virtual servers are safe and secure, some are unaware of major security myths that can leave your business vulnerable to attack. With that in mind, isn’t it time you familiarized […]

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IE zero-day flaw you need to know

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The tool that allows the vast majority of businesses to utilize the Internet in order to carry out their day-to-day operations is the browser. While there are numerous browsers available, many businesses rely on Internet Explorer (IE). This browser comes pre-installed on all machines using Windows. However, if you use IE, there is a new […]

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Security flaw hits Internet Explorer

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For many businesses, the browser is one of the most important pieces of software you can install on your computer. It not only provides access to the Internet, but also to a myriad of other systems, including email, documents, and more. Many Windows users stick with Internet Explorer (IE) because it is automatically installed on […]

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IE security flaw exposed

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As we increasingly come to rely on cloud-based systems, the browser will likely become even more important to business owners and managers. While there are a number of browsers out there, many Windows users prefer to use Internet Explorer (IE), largely because it is the browser which comes pre-installed on all Windows computers. However, if […]

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Ways to improve password security

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As everyone knows, we use passwords to prevent anyone getting access to our personal accounts and gadgets. But, with ever-growing numbers of hackers determined to grab our data, people need to be extra vigilant. These cyber criminals are using sophisticated technology to steal information whenever there is a slight hint of opportunity. So don’t give […]

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