Category Archives: Security

Computer Hacking Methods and Protection

Protecting your computer against hacking is different from protecting it against viruses that you accidentally or unknowingly invite into your computer that then cause damage in one form or another.

Essentials of Endpoint Device Backup

IT admins face considerable challenges protecting and securing valuable corporate data for today’s mobile workforce, with users accessing and creating data from a wide variety of locations and networks. Protect your company’s critical information against breach and leakage by choosing an endpoint backup solution.

How to Prevent and Recover from Data Loss

Loss of your company data can be extremely damaging, even fatal to the future of your organisation. When we talk about losing data we often think of viruses of other malicious hacking of our networks, but often data loss is due to less malevolent but equally devastating reasons

Top Myths About IT Security and Compliance

Each year, fraudulent activity accounts for $600 billion in losses in the United States. In 2017, more than 1 billion account records were lost in data breaches – an equivalent of 15% of the world’s population.

Avoid Being Hacked – Part 1, Email

Hacking is a common occurrence these days, but it’s good to know that hacking targeting you specifically because of who you are is far less common than scattershot hacking. Part 1 here covers email hacking.

Ways to Beat Ransomware

Ransomware attacks are rising with the time. It is the real threat today affecting computer users. There are numerous ways ransomware attacks system though the solutions available for these attacks are very few. Follow certain steps to beat the ransomware threat.

Top 5 IT Security Trends in 2017

Get to know the latest trends in IT security! Stay updated to what is happening in the IT sector by knowing the latest trends and how you can stay on top of them!

What Is a Botnet Attack and How to Identify It

These days, organizations are becoming a desirable target for attackers just because their networks are not properly patched and secured behind their firewall, leaving them easily vulnerable to various direct and indirect attacks. In addition to these direct and indirect attacks against networks, the number of victims is also steadily increasing. Examples of these indirect attacks include HTML exploit vulnerabilities or the attacks using malware in Peer-to-Peer networks.