4 Security and Privacy Dangers Businesses Might Encounter in 2018

Posted by Ben Spector on 09-Jan-2018 19:09:04

Data breaches and ransomware are not the only dangers your business might face in 2018. Here are four predictions you should be aware of when developing your security and data privacy strategies.

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Topics: Cloud Computing, firewall, Business operations, Data, IT, News, phishing, ransomware, theft, anti virus, business, computers, cyber, cyber threat, cyberattack, cybercrime, email, GDPR, Passwords, protection, Small Business, Cyber Security

What You Need to Know about Cryptojacking

Posted by Ben Spector on 02-Jan-2018 12:34:44

Cryptojacking is on the rise. Learn what cryptojacking is and how to protect your business’s computers from it.

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Topics: cryptocurrency, firewall, News, theft, business, cryptojacking, cybercrime, Cyber Security

Why SME Companies in South West London Need an IT Support Package

Posted by Ben Spector on 22-Dec-2017 11:14:26

If your laptop has ever broken down at home, you’ll know how inconvenient it can be to try and troubleshoot the problem, then take it in for repair. However, when it happens in a work environment, it can be even more inconvenient. When you run a small or medium sized business, you usually won’t have dedicated IT staff, and so your employees might be wondering where to turn when technology goes wrong. This is where it really pays to have an IT support package in place, and here are some of the ways why they’re so great for SME companies.

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Topics: Cloud Computing, firewall, solutions, Business operations, Data, IT, IT Support, News, phishing, service, business, computers, cyberattack, cybercrime, email, managed, Passwords, protection, protocols, Small Business, Windows

7 Best Practices When Creating and Using an Incident Response Plan

Posted by Ben Spector on 11-Dec-2017 12:27:53

Data breaches are on the rise, so it is a good idea to develop an incident response plan in case your business becomes the next victim. Here are seven best practices to follow when creating and using an incident response plan.

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Topics: Cloud Computing, Data Breach, firewall, Data, IT, News, phishing, ransomware, anti virus, business, computers, cyberattack, cybercrime, email, GDPR, Small Business, Cyber Security

Hackers Are Masquerading as Trusted Business Contacts

Posted by Ben Spector on 04-Dec-2017 13:15:38

 

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Topics: Cloud Computing, Business operations, IT, IT Support, News, phishing, ransomware, theft, anti virus, business, computers, cyber, cyber threats, cyberattack, cybercrime, email, fraud, Passwords, protection, Cyber Security

5 Ways a Managed Services Provider Can Make Your Life Easier

Posted by Ben Spector on 22-Oct-2017 11:58:21

 

Managed services providers (MSPs) are lifesavers for business owners and executives to manage their IT equipment and services. Among many other things, MSPs update software, provide data backup solutions, and keep files safe from hackers.

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Topics: Cloud Computing, network, solutions, helpdesk, IT, IT Support, News, service, anti virus, business, computers, cyber, cyberattack, cybercrime, managed, protection, Small Business, wireless, Cyber Security

Four Ways to Enhance Your Business's Data Security

Posted by Ben Spector on 20-Oct-2017 12:33:51

As more and more businesses in Wimbledon migrate to the online world to take advantage of e-commerce, the number of cyber criminals increases. Hackers want to access your data for all sorts of reasons, from individuals looking to drain your bank account to companies trying to steal your clients. If you want to keep your business safe, you need to protect your data and don't underestimate what people will do to penetrate your system.

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Topics: Cloud Computing, firewall, network, Business operations, Data, News, phishing, ransomware, theft, anti virus, business, computers, cyberattack, cybercrime, email, GDPR, Passwords, protection, protocols, Small Business, Cyber Security

5 Myths about Ransomware Debunked

Posted by Ben Spector on 21-Aug-2017 15:12:18

In May 2017, the WannaCry ransomware infected more than 230,000 computers in over 150 countries, making it the largest cyberextortion scheme to date, according to CNET. WannaCry has one redeeming value, though. It is serving as a wake-up call to business leaders who have not been taking this type of threat seriously. Their lack of concern is often due to common misconceptions about ransomware.Here are five myths debunked:

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Topics: IT, News, ransomware, cyber, cyberattack, cybercrime, Cyber Security

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