Tag: Computer network security

24
Sep

Keeping WordPress sites safe from hackers

Like other popular sites, WordPress is a favorite target of hackers. In WordPress’ case, hackers can exploit a number of intricate codes and new tools. So, you must be careful if you have a site on WordPress. Here are some tips and tricks to help you keep your website safe. The first strategy to keep…

18
Sep

Is Your Business Really Safe Online?

The issue of safety among Internet users has always been a great concern. Ever since people started keeping their private and confidential information in servers, they have faced constant problems with data loss, corruption and above all data theft or hacking. Now that technology has moved to a new dimension and everyone is keeping their…

6
Sep

Does Search Engine Data Lead To Security Challenges?

One of the leading ways that hackers are able to obtain information to help them plan attacks is through information leaked on search engines. The security firm Bat Blue Network’s CEO Babak Pasdar has noted that Google presents a security threat to many organizations based on the way that it identifies users. According to Mr….

5
Sep

Mobile Device Security For Business in 8 Easy Steps

The use of handheld devices e.g. smart phones, tablets among business professionals have doubled in last few years. Now a day, everyone is solely depended on their mobiles phones to communicate critical information, access confidential data, conduct research and also take crucial business decision. Mobile phones have become an indispensable part of our business life…

13
Aug

Great tips when it comes to your IT security

IT security has become a serious concern for all companies and individuals due to the rising number of cyber attacks. From previous experiences, we have found that no security system or firewall is strong enough to protect the IT structure from all those new and devastating worms, threats and attacks. However, there are a number…

6
Jul

Temporary Servers Cut Off Any Day Now; Are You Prepared?

Maybe replacing infected servers with clean, though temporary, ones was a mistake on the FBI’s part. Many, including executives at large enterprises, have taken their sweet old time about having the DNSChanger malware removed from their computers. According to an article on the Internet Identity website, as of Jun. 28, 2012, approximately 12% of Fortune…

23
May

Six Security-Beating Methods Cybercriminals Use to Access Networks

The quest to thwart cybercriminals never ends. As security software and firewalls become more sophisticated, so do cybercriminals. No longer do they simply upload malware or viruses or send clever email messages designed to trick recipients into clicking on links that lead to malicious websites. They have concocted far more devious methods of gaining access…

15
May

Helpful Tips for Upgrading Your IT Security

If it seems like every time you turn around there’s another article about the importance of Internet and computer security, you’re right. The dangers of the Internet continue to change as hackers grow more sophisticated. The need to protect your business’ network and files can never be overstated. Downtime will be the least of your…

11
May

Will You Still Have Internet Access After July 9?

Where would we be without the Internet? It has become such an integral part of our everyday lives that today, many businesses would literally be lost without it. Those business leaders – and individuals, too – whose computers have been infected with the DNS Changer virus will lose Internet access after Jul. 9, 2012 if…

25
Apr

Why Virtualization Could Be Good for Small Businesses

We’re all familiar with the needs of large enterprises. So, their embracing of virtualization makes perfect sense. But many small-business owners doubt that virtualization is a good idea for their organizations because they don’t have the same needs as their enterprise-running colleagues. The truth is small businesses can benefit from virtualization in ways that many…

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