Top 4 reasons for sluggish mobile internet

Fed up with your smartphone because of its slow internet speed? Before you rush off to the nearest electronics store to buy a new one, take a look at these four possible reasons why your phone’s internet connection is slow. Router location One simple yet overlooked reason why your Wi-Fi-connected phone may be experiencing internet […]

The End of an Era: Windows 7 Support Ending

Microsoft announced earlier this year they will be ending support and software updates for Windows 7 operating system on January 14, 2020. Any machine still using the system past that date will be vulnerable to security risks. Approximately 43% of Windows users are still running Windows 7 so this change will impact an enormous number of businesses and users.

Four Types of Hackers You Should Know About

Today’s hackers are often driven by political or financial motivations, or they may seek to gain notoriety. The more we know about how they think and act, the better we can protect our organizations from harm. Small and mid-sized businesses that lack the cybersecurity infrastructure of big corporations are especially at risk of exploitation.

Office 365’s Upgraded Defense Against Email Phishing Attacks

Phishing attacks on small to mid-sized businesses are increasing in frequency and sophistication. Luckily for Office 365 users, some serious updates have been made in the defense against email phishing. In April 2018, Microsoft upgraded Office 365’s Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) features to better detect spoofed emails, compromised accounts, unsafe links, and harmful attachments, and thereby prevent a wide variety of phishing scams.

2019: The Year of Cyberattack Damages

In 2019, cyberattack damages for small to mid-sized businesses are expected to increase significantly. Verizon’s 2018 Data Breach Investigations Report found 58% of all cyberattacks target small businesses. Ransomware, fileless malware, and email phishing scams comprise a large portion of the attacks.

3 Things Every Employee Should Know About Business Email Compromise Attacks

Fraudsters are becoming more creative with email attacks. As an example, C-Suite fraud is a scam impacting all business sectors, wherein cybercriminals spoof corporate email accounts and impersonate a C-Level executive (CEO, CFO, COO, etc.) to trick unsuspecting employees into executing a task such as wiring funds for a transaction, revealing personally identifiable employees’ information, or sharing company trade secrets.