Cyberattacks are, in some ways, an invisible and unpredictable threat, but they can have awful consequences for businesses of all sizes. Around a quarter of businesses will fall victim to a cyberattack, so it is important to prepare for the worst. The best way to eliminate threats to your network
Every day, hundreds of people have their smartphone hacked, exposing important data like contacts and even credit card details to criminals that prey upon poorly protected phones. Whenever your phone connects to the internet, it is at risk from hacking by data thieves that target phones in particular, as they
540 million data records of Facebook users were compromised after third-party apps and sites stored the data on unsecured servers. The leaked information included comments, likes, reactions, account names, and FB IDs, and some email addresses. The app called At The Pool even stored passwords of 22,000 users in plaintext.
Visitor Access Management is a tricky subject for security experts. This is especially true for secure locations such as hospitals, schools, and office buildings. Visitor management has two sides to it – location security and visitor hospitality. Neither do you want to compromise the security of your premises nor do
Just because you own a small business does not mean your security threats are small. Small businesses are especially vulnerable due to their lack of security. Forty-three percent of cyber attacks target small businesses. Cyber criminals are aware of the shortcomings in cyber security small businesses face. They are working