Discourage Theft and Secure Computer Peripherals

With all of the different types of computer and phone adapters needed to achieve seamless use of the technology that surrounds us in our day to day lives, it’s important to make sure that your pricey equipment stays where you need it, and doesn’t disappear. Many have had the stomach wrenching realization that an item essential to our work has gone missing Around offices, classrooms, and other public places, it’s not always easy to keep an eye on your adapters, and it’s a pain to constantly need to unplug them, carry them around with you, and then fumble to find the right port to plug them back in to in order to avoid theft.…

Is your Business Really Secure with your Antivirus?

Business enterprises require antivirus protection like any other home computer. Ample data of any company is available there, and if any competitor can lay their hands on it, the business would have to pull its shutters. For example, the rate at which it is procuring material for manufacturing some product, the formula of the product, the profit margin, bank balances, etc. All such sensitive information can be stolen by hackers, using malwares, viruses, worms, and Trojans. photo credit: Ted Rheingold / Flickr How is antivirus for business different from consumer versions?…

5 Business Security Tips for Start Ups

When starting a new business there are so many things to think of that it’s easy to let security slip your mind or become an after-thought. The truth is that even start-ups are vulnerable to hackers so it’s incredibly important to make security a priority no matter what type of business you run. Security threats can come from anywhere and if you don’t input robust measures there will always be a risk present. Below are 5 business security tips that every start up should implement.…

Hacked! What Small Business Owners Can Do to Avoid a Cyberattack

You’re coming up on the heaviest selling season of the year, and your e-commerce store suddenly goes down. The server is completely inaccessible and you’re running around with no idea what’s going on. Your Web host gets back to you and tells you a DDoS (distributed denial of service) attack brought your server to its knees. Cyberattacks are not something that only happen to large corporations. In fact, Forbes reports 71 percent of cyberattacks actually target smaller businesses with less than 100 employees.…