You Need to Be Asking These 4 Questions to Maximize Security

Today’s business has to prioritize its data security. There are endless examples of businesses that haven’t done enough. Some aren’t around anymore. To help you build a strategy, we’ve put together four questions that need to be asked to give you a chance to outwit and overcome the endless threats your company could run into …

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The Major Points of A Secure Email Solution

It’s not out of the ordinary for employees to not know the best practices surrounding email management, but it’s something that any self-respecting employer needs to consider. How are your employees using their email, and are they putting your organization at risk? The best way to address these issues is taking a two-pronged approach involving …

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Google Chrome Will Soon No Longer Trust Symantec SSL Certificates

Google continues to use the sizeable market share of its Chrome browser to effect change in the realm of website security. Recently, we wrote about Google’s plans to have Chrome begin to display the message “Not secure” in more areas of a website when the site is not loaded over HTTPS (see our previous post, …

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Will Your Website’s Forms Soon Display A “Not Secure” Message?

In January 2017, Google began to display the words “Not secure” in the address bar of its Chrome browser when you visit a web page that collects sensitive information such as login or payment information and if the page is not loaded over HTTPS. Google’s motivation for doing this was to alert the website’s users …

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Ransomware Now Targets WordPress Websites

We are sure that you have seen the recent stories about hackers attacking computers and servers, encrypting the files and then demanding a ransom be paid to (maybe) unencrypt the files.  Those scams have affected hundreds of thousands of systems across the world and caused billions of dollars worth of damage.  Unfortunately this trend is increasing …

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