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...

We’re only a few years away from being able to buy self-driving cars. Several major car manufacturers are already testing vehicles. This is exciting tech news, but you can’t help but worry about the security — it’s scary to think that hackers could infect cars and cause all sorts of havoc. Self-driving cars require people to put their safety...

Cybersecurity is a major concern for private companies, individuals, and the federal government. Hearing about large hacks and security breaches on the news is almost commonplace today, but that doesn't make it any less frightening when it happens. Humanity is quickly reaching a point where a hack in the right place could compromise the safety of nations. To keep...

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,...

Ransomware is not a new idea, but it’s a growing threat to all organizations. It’s a type of malware that prevents you from accessing your data until you pay a ransom. This is a big deal for businesses because sometimes the data that is locked up contains personal customer information or the data is critical to everyday operations. That’s...

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...
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