We unpack cybersecurity tips for remote workers. Maintaining good technology hygiene practices and staying diligent about cybersecurity is critical for remote employees
Data is the lifeblood of business, and no matter the size of your business, there is a need to be vigilant about protecting data, as the cyber criminals are looking to get their hands on it. The loss of sensitive information is very costly to recover and is damaging to a business’s reputation
Everyone relies on technology to live their daily lives, and the home network consists of many elements. The average home has approximately 18 smart devices and within a few years this could grow to beyond 25 devices, all connecting wirelessly to a network with the capacity to transmit data.
Data breaches in Australia are still rising meaning many companies remain unprepared. So, what can you do to recover in the event of a data breach? More importantly, what can you do to prevent falling victim to hackers?
From the 14th January 2020, Microsoft’s support for Windows 7 will be ending. This means that, from this date onwards Microsoft will no longer be issuing security updates, patches or providing technical support for devices that are running Windows 7, Windows Server 2008/R2, Exchange Server 2010 and Small Business Server (SBS) 2011.
Protect your Business. If you own or manage a business, the significant challenge facing you is prevention of cyber incidents or data breaches from malicious attacks
Passwords are the first line of defence to the valuable information on your computers and electronic devices. It makes sense to be vigilant and ensure that you have the right practices in relation to password creation and management.