Posts Tagged: Security

4 Computer Security Threats You May Not Be Aware of

4 Computer Security Threats You May Not Be Aware of

January 16, 2017

Most of us know the drill of pulling up our antivirus software and running a quick system scan or relying on other built in security protections that come pre-loaded onto our devices, but antivirus softwares and Windows Defender are not the only things which can keep your computer protected. A huge determining factor in whether […]

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Computer Security Watch – Jan 29, 2014 With Security Cameras

Computer Security Watch – Jan 29, 2014 With Security Cameras

January 29, 2015

Smile You’re On Camera   Today’s Top Threat Trojan.Ransomlock!g82 The Trojan ransom software is getting to be a very common style of virus, and they keep getting updated to work around the current anti-virus definitions. It is always a good idea to keep in mind to keep your files backed up and on an external […]

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Big Companies Security Breaches And You!

Big Companies Security Breaches And You!

August 4, 2014

I am sure by now you have heard of major companies being hit with security breaches and credit card information being compromised, places P.F. Chang’s, Target, and Michael’s craft store are just a few stores hit by recent security breaches. It can be a very scary thought when companies you have grown to love and […]

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iOS Security Called Into Question Yet Again

iOS Security Called Into Question Yet Again

July 30, 2014

Apple has had a really hard time lately trying to defend themselves against claims that iOS is less than secure. They have been called into question two times in less than two weeks. This time, Apple is denying they iOS has a backdoor that allows third parties to get access to their users personal information. […]

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Bug Found In Internet Explorer Lets Hackers Control Your Computer

Bug Found In Internet Explorer Lets Hackers Control Your Computer

April 29, 2014

Right now, Microsoft is hurrying to fix a problem in its popular Web browser that was found over the weekend by security experts at FireEye. This bug is something that hackers have caught on to and are exploiting it as hard as they can. Basically, hackers have began setting up websites that they are tricking […]

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New Tool Could Make Software Unhackable

New Tool Could Make Software Unhackable

February 11, 2014

Researchers from IBM and Microsoft have teamed up to make a huge breakthrough in unbreakable cryptography. This huge new development brought to life by the UCLA and MIT team gives us hope that encryption could go further than just protecting an output, and actually protect an entire program. This method of program obfuscation has always […]

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What Is Spyware and How Do You Remove It?

What Is Spyware and How Do You Remove It?

January 14, 2014

Spyware is a software that secretly gets installed on your computer and can track and record everything you do. They can record what you type, such as personal information you may enter on websites. This information can be used to steal your identity and do massive amounts of financial damage. Generally, spyware gets installed along […]

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Email Encryption For Both Beginners & Professionals

Email Encryption For Both Beginners & Professionals

June 24, 2013

Who’s Reading Your Emails? Today we all use either texting or emails far more than we use letter writing to communicate with our friends and relatives. In business the use of email is ubiquitous, and seems to grow exponentially each year. Sooner or later someone in your company will raise the question regarding the amount […]

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Teach Your Employees 3 Essential Things About Tech Security

Teach Your Employees 3 Essential Things About Tech Security

March 6, 2013

Think about your office and the people you have sitting behind the computers.  Or think about your remote workforce in their home offices or on the road with their laptops and mobile devices gripped firmly in their hands.  Whether you realize it or not, all of these workers play a vital role in protecting your […]

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