GSMA real-time intelligence data estimates there are now over 5.15 Billion people worldwide with mobile devices. With over 66% of the world’s population having a mobile device (cell phone, tablet or cellular enabled IoT devices) security is…
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Wondering why you should use cloud backup? Top reasons include technology failure, cost savings, and security. We break it down in this informative infographic! (View infographic as a PDF)
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Data is everywhere; it’s like air. And the volume of data companies are accumulating is growing at an exponential rate. It is estimated that by 2020 every human will create 1.7 megabytes of information each second. This works out to more than…
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Malware threats are on the rise! So how are these viruses, worms, and trojans continuing to infiltrate businesses around the world? We break it down in this informative infographic! (View infographic as a PDF)
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Backing up your data is like insurance. You need to do it so you’re prepared when disaster strikes. From natural disasters to hardware failures to malware, the threats are significant. Seagate reports that 140,000 hard drives fail in the United…
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The question isn’t if your business will experience a disaster, it’s when. From hardware failures to natural disasters to cybercrime, the threats to your business are growing in number and severity. Seagate reports that 140,000 hard drives…
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Phishing gets lots of media attention; however, for many it is a bit of a mystery. What is phishing? Are there different types of phishing? How can you prevent a phishing attack? Let’s investigate each of these areas in detail.
What is phishing?
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You hear news reports almost daily about ransomware taking down organizations around the globe. Cyber Security Ventures estimates a new organization will fall victim to ransomware every 14 seconds in 2019, and every 11 seconds by 2021.
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The answer will surprise you.
Data loss is a battle organizations big and small are constantly fighting. According to a recent Gartner report, global spend on Information Security and Data Protection will reach USD $124 billion in 2019. This…
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To understand malware and ransomware we need to first define what each is. Let’s start with the basic definitions: Malware is a broad term describing any malicious code or program, including viruses, worms, and trojans, that provide an…
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Virtually every individual and business will be impacted in some way by cyber crime, ransomware and hardware failures. The stories are all different but the end result is the same - data loss. Putting a cost on data loss is difficult. For an…
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On June 4th the National Security Agency (NSA) published an advisory warning Microsoft Windows administrators and users to “ensure they are using a patched and updated system in the face of growing threats.” Dubbed “BlueKeep”, the threat…
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