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6 Most Popular Cyberattack Methods

Are cyberattacks really a problem? Is it just hype? – No, it’s not just hype; and here’s why…   Cyberattacks are on an increase this year.  According to a report by Positive Technologies, Q2 2018 demonstrates a startling increase by 47% in cyberattacks over Q2 2017. The six most common cyberattack methods criminals used in […]

Is Your Mobile Device Management Policy Right for Your Company and Your Employees?

  MDM stands for Mobile Device Management, and your office may have a policy in place already. MDMs help a business control available resources, internet bandwidth, and protect against virus and malware transmission.   While businesses are ready to implement MDM policies for employees to opt-in to with their personal mobile devices (phones, laptops, tablets, […]

3 Reasons Why Businesses Need Help Desk Services for IT

From network outages to online security threats, tech problems can end up costing businesses a great deal of time and money. While larger companies may defend themselves against these dangers by hiring internal tech specialists, smaller businesses may not always have the resources or need to create a dedicated IT staff. Fortunately, these organizations can […]

Virtual Reality on the Verge of a Breakthrough

Virtual reality (or VR) has been featured in science fiction for decades. After several failed attempts to commercialize the technology in the 80s and 90s, VR is finally on the verge of a major breakthrough. The VR industry has benefited from more and more powerful computers, the shrinking size of electronics, and huge multi-billion dollar […]

6 tips to work better from home

In recent years there has been a tremendous increase in home-based workers, among the self-employed as well as telecommuting employees who work for traditional businesses. Whether you work for yourself or an established employer, you are likely to face obstacles in adapting to working in a home-based environment. Here are a few tips that might […]

Protect Your Business, The Importance of Strong Password

It’s simple. Make sure that your passwords are strong and unique. Don’t use your birth date, phone number, social security number, family members name or your pet’s name – these can be easily guessed by a cyber crook usually just by looking over your social profiles. It’s also important that you don’t reuse passwords between your accounts or […]

Home Smart Home

In the past several years, there’s been a lot of talk about “Smart Homes” and “The Internet of Things” but the reality of it seemed elusive. No more. It’s now safe to say that a genuine Smart Home is no longer a futuristic concept.   We are featuring a few Smart Home products here that […]

Employees bringing increased security risks to the workplace

You can have every piece of security hardware in the books: firewall, backup disaster recovery device, anti-virus; but your employees will still be the biggest vulnerability in your organization when it comes to phishing attacks. How do you mitigate as much risk as possible? Create and Strictly Enforce a Password Policy: Passwords should be complex, randomly generated, and replaced regularly. […]

Free Wi-Fi Doesn’t Mean Safe Wi-Fi

Have you ever used a public Wi-Fi signal here in Tulsa? If you live here, it’s highly likely and it’s even more likely you’ve tapped into a free signal during your travels. We are a culture on the move and we are becoming more and more mobile every day. Whether you’re at a coffee shop, 32,000 feet in […]

Part 4 Where Are Passwords Headed?

Passwords are a dying breed. Every company and security firm across the globe know it’s only a matter of time before even the most complicated password is cracked. Because of this, the traditional password must be phased out. The public has already seen bits and pieces of this, such as two-factor authentication (push notifications) and […]