As companies offer flexibility to employees in the workplace, more businesses are opting for BYOD policies where employees can use whatever technology they have to do their work. For the employee, this is an easy way to work on more expensive and modern technology that the company might not pay for while the employer saves money and resources. However,...

Computer hackers have already played influential roles in the 2016 election cycle. Leaking Democratic National Committee (DNC) emails and private Clinton speeches have given many people pause about the Democratic nominee. Trump's leaked tax returns and recordings have brought just as much scrutiny against the Republican. These hacks have done more than expose serious problems with the nominees of both...

Cybersecurity has become such a burning issue for every company out there that no one is ignoring it anymore. Even smaller companies who thought they were safe just a year ago have realized that a new breed of hackers is targeting small-to-medium enterprises just as happily as huge corporations. Whereas 2016 has definitely been the year of ransomware, 2017...

Businesses today face an astounding number of cybersecurity risks. One major risk factor for businesses both big and small is the workforce itself. Millennials, especially, may pose a large security problem for organizations thanks to a combination of their attitudes towards technology security in general, and their habits when using technology both at home and in the workplace. A Low...

When we talk about cyber-security, a lot of people instantly imagine scenes from The Matrix, Johnny Mnemonic or some similar Keanu Reeves installment. In truth, making your online persona safer requires nothing out of a Sci-Fi franchise and nothing too flashy. All you need to do is introduce few simple changes in order to make any attempt on your...

While most tech-savvy readers are well versed on the topic of malware, many of us might still be unclear as to why it’s so dangerous. In the simplest terms, malware is “malicious software”. While a lot people are aware of the damage that malware can cause to computers, many haven’t yet learned that it can also be harmful to...

People are flocking to download mobile payment apps. You don't have your physical credit cards on you, which means you can't leave them anywhere after you've paid. Splitting the bill at restaurants is easy when you can send money to the person across the table from you with a few clicks. In all the convenience, don't forget that mobile...
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