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Will Getting Rid of Cards Increase Bank Security

The magnetic stripes on the backs of credit and debit cards are problematic. The root of the problem is that they contain ...

The Dangers of Open Wi-Fi

Have you secured your Wi-Fi connection yet? If not, your neighbors may be “borrowing” your internet connection. That poses some potential dangers ...

New Attack Puts Websites At Risk

Remember last year’s “Heartbleed” scare? If you don’t, or if you need a refresher, Heartbleed was a flaw in the security of ...

How To Manage Your Reputation Online

There are few things that strike terror into small business owners like having someone smear them, their company, or their brand online. ...

Data Security – It’s not JUST About Digital Records

The US Department of Health and Human Services is having a tough time of it. They are the latest government agency to ...

Why An Overqualified Employee Might Be A Great Choice

In many cases, when a hiring manager sees a resume for an open position from an obviously overqualified candidate, the immediate reaction ...

Group Video On Mobile Devices

Wouldn’t it be great if you could find a free, high-quality group video conferencing solution, offered by a company with a proven ...

Hackers Are Upping the Stakes and Holding Networks Hostage

Remember the ‘Good ol’ days,’ when all hackers would try to do is breach your security, steal your files and crash your ...

Employee Security Breaches Are On The Rise – What Can You Do?

Hardly a week goes by that there’s not some or other high profile hacking attack or data breach in the news. These ...

First Ever Ransomware on OSX

It finally happened. Ransomware has officially made its first appearance on OSX. Anyone who downloaded version 2.90 of the “Transmission” App (which ...