While many people buy their significant other a box of decadent chocolates, a dozen red roses or an oversized teddy bear for Valentine’s Day, there are a few people who are going to go home with a broken heart as their personal information is stolen right from under them.
Did your password make Splashdata’s list of the worst passwords of 2014?
Despite constant development in security and stability, the Internet still remains very much a Wild West landscape. You can navigate through it, but you never know when you might encounter a hidden danger. Threats exist on a global scale. Cybercriminals want information.
Microsoft has announced that as of July 14, 2015, it will discontinue support for its 11-year-old server operation system, Server 2003. This follows in the wake of its recent discontinuation of support for Windows XP this past spring. Failure to upgrade your server off of this operating system dramatically increases any company’s cyber-security risks.
Warning: If You Are Using WordPress For Your Company Website, There Is A Chance Your Site Is Vulnerable To Be Hacked
Hackers are busy right now, and WordPress websites are their favorite target! So far this year, hackers have broken every record to date. In 2012, there were roughly 192,000 WordPress sites worldwide. In March 2014 alone, a single hacker used 162,000 hacked WordPress websites in just one targeted attack.
Don’t leave it lying around Although this is common sense, you’ve probably violated this rule more than once. Tablets are easy targets for thieves, so don’t let it out of your sight when in a public place – and don’t leave it in plain view in your car or you might end of up with […]
Seems like we’ve been inundated over the past 6 months with cybertheft. Target, Neiman Marcus, Yahoo and even mysterious $9.84 credit card charges. Unfortunately, in the world we live in, this is most likely the norm going forward and not just a blip on the radar.
Are You Paying 80% of Your Employees to “Cyberloaf” on the Internet, Watching Cat Videos, Searching for a Better Job or Accidentally Downloading a Virus on Your Network?
Recently, we have seen a dramatic increase in the number of local businesses suffering significant financial and productivity losses due to employees inappropriately using their Internet access during work hours – and much of this is fueled by social media sites such as Facebook and YouTube.
Join us March 19th in Columbia, SC for a lunch and learn specifically geared toward migrating from Windows XP. For more information visit: intellisystems.
1. Cyber Thieves Keep A-Knockin’ But They Can’t Come In. A study presented at the International Conference on Dependable Systems and Networks showed that small-business networks are attacked every 39 seconds by some type of hacker or malicious software.