Tag archive for ‘passwords’
By webmaster On Saturday, June 3rd, 2017

The Dangers of Identity Theft and How You Can Protect Yourself

Identity theft is when someone assumes another person’s identity without permission. According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, in 2014, an estimated 17.6 million Americans ages 16 or older were victims More...

By webmaster On Monday, May 15th, 2017

Do small businesses really need to worry about Data Breaches?

Risks are everywhere in business. Some businesses take risk by loaning money to a customer. Other businesses take risks by having their employees climb to the top of a telephone poll 50 feet in the air and work More...

By webmaster On Monday, February 27th, 2017

Dangers of hyperconnection that your company is not aware of

The smartphone, the laptop, the computers of the company connected to the Internet, being able to access from the home to the applications and data of the company, at any time whenever we need them, make that the More...

By webmaster On Friday, February 3rd, 2017

6 Quick Security Checkups to Run on Your Blog Right Now

As a blogger, your top priority is probably creating great content that your followers will love. But what happens when they click on your blog, and find that’s it’s been overtaken by hackers? Not only are they More...

Security in the office
By webmaster On Friday, May 29th, 2015

Danger! Danger! Security tips for your office

“Danger! Danger! High Voltage!” sang 00s’ rockers Electric Six, but they severely underestimated the sheer variety of ways your safety can be compromised in your workplace. Fire, floods, crooks, vandals, trips, More...