Security rules to keep your SMB safe

Security rules to keep your SMB safe

How secure is your business’s network? If your organization lost access to all data for 48 hours due to a cyber attack, could you still operate? Today, small and medium-sized businesses are increasingly targeted by hackers. If your security isn’t up to par, you could suffer a drop in profits and a damaged reputation, and could even potentially go out of business.

Bug in WhatsApp leaves users exposed

Bug in WhatsApp leaves users exposed

Popular mobile instant messaging app WhatsApp was at the center of a recent security breach which saw the information of as many as 200 million users potentially exposed to the mercy of hackers and malware. The threat, which affected the recently launched web-based version of WhatsApp, was detected by an IT security firm in Israel and patched up before news of it became public.

Learning from the Ashley Madison hack

Learning from the Ashley Madison hack

The Ashley Madison hack is simply the latest case of a big time company having valuable data stolen. It’s a trend that shows no signs of subsiding, so you would be foolish to not pay attention to it. Want to know what your business should learn about security from this scandal? Here are three important takeaways from the Ashley Madison hack that your company should take note of.

Securing your company’s data

Securing your company’s data

There have been many security breaches to big-name companies over the past few years – eBay, Adobe, Home Depot, and Sony Pictures to name a few. While large enterprises are primary targets for hackers, small and medium-sized businesses are also vulnerable, and therefore need to arm themselves against data security threats.