While we don’t want to have a stranglehold on your employees or the tools they use, we do want you to know what the pros and cons are and how using the cloud can expose you and your company to risk and added expense.
Category Archives: Security
Microsoft isn’t the only company actively protecting U.S. citizens from foreign hackers. Aside from the threat to the upcoming U.S. midterm elections, which Microsoft is handling with free cybersecurity applications, […]
There are two types of businesses out there. Those who realize they have been hacked and those who don’t. Unfortunately, 76 universities and a handful of ride-sharing apps were in […]
As the United States prepares for the midterm elections in November, Microsoft has some reassuring news for us. They are going to offer free cybersecurity applications and tools to political […]
You must get more aggressive in protecting your business. Remember where you and your data live – in the middle of the world’s most densely populated, open, and potentially threatening environment.
As summer comes to a close, students are returning to school equipped with mobile phones, tablets, and laptops. Despite the classroom benefits of technology, there are many risks affiliated with […]
Amidst thousands of cybersecurity attacks, most of us don’t turn to our printers believing they might have turned against us (with the help of some hackers, of course). Maybe the […]
Google Solves Your Password Problem – Only Less Secure Than They Solved it for Themselves
The Diffie-Hellman (DH) key exchange, a “method of securely exchanging cryptographic keys,” acted as the weak spot in Bluetooth pairing.
Hey Siri, who’s Bixby? Bixby, what does Cortana do? Cortana, do you like Alexa? Alexa, are you and Google friends? Ok Google, what’s with all these new digital assistants?