Category Archives: Security

Lenovo PCs preloaded with Adware!

Bought a Lenovo computer recently? It may have come with a surprise inside that makes you vulnerable to being attacked by cybercriminals, security researchers say. Lenovo notebook computers shipped last fall came pre-installed with a program called Visual Discovery/Superfish that … Continue reading

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What is the Biggest Risk Businesses Face?

Businesses large and small have to manage risk. They invest in risk-reduction measures, including fire sprinklers, alarm systems, security cameras, and employee training programs. The remaining risk is transferred through insurance. Continue reading

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How secure are your network passwords?

Does your staff know each other’s passwords? Can employees freely move from one user workstation to another? Consider this: When was the last time you had a disgruntled employee leave the office and as a preventative measure, you renewed the passwords for EVERYONE? Continue reading

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The Value of Offsite Data Backup

Offsite backup is a backup system designed specifically to avoid this pitfall of traditional backups, ensuring that even if your main office is destroyed, robbed, or otherwise unavailable, your data is secure in an off site facility, waiting for you to resume your business. Continue reading

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