Category Archives: Network Security

Creating an Unbreakable Password

Have you ever created a long and complicated password only to forget it after a few days? Creating an unbreakable password does not have to be so complicated. In this article, "Four Methods to Create a Secure Password You'll Actually Remember," author Kevan Lee breaks down different methods and memory tricks that you can use to create a complicated password that you will not forget.

Four Methods to Create a Secure Password You'll Actually Remember

How do you balance the necessity of highly secure passwords with the utility of easily recalling them all? It’s a question I mull each and every time a security breach happens. When the Heartbleed vulnerability was discovered last spring, the mandate was for everyone to change all their passwords right away. It’s still on my to-do list. I cringe at the thought of...

The Importance of Windows Updates

Have you ever considered how something as simple as a Windows update could help with the overall network security of your office computer? Malicious software, as well as other common issues and bugs, can create computer vulnerabilities. In the article "3 Reasons Why You Should Be Running The Latest Windows Security Patches & Updates," author Tina Sieber from MakeUsOf highlights the importance of Windows Updates and how they can help you protect your network from loopholes in out-dated programs.

3 Reasons Why You Should Be Running The Latest Windows Security Patches & Updates

The code that makes up the Windows operating system contains security loop holes, errors, incompatibilities, or outdated software elements. In short, Windows isn’t perfect, we all know that. The latest Windows security patches fix the vulnerabilities and errors in Windows and associated software,...

Ransomware Protection

Keeping your company safe from ransomware is becoming increasingly more important. Especially since ransomware victims tend to be attacked more than once. In the article, "Half of Ransomeware Victims Suffer Repeat Attacks," author Kelly Sheridan of DarkReading breaks down the statistics of ransomware and how you can protect your company from it. If you are interested in learning about how you can better protect your company from ransomware, reading Kelly Sheridan's article is a great resource.

Half of Ransomware Victims Suffer Repeat Attacks

Half of ransomware victims are likely to get hit again as threat actors change their strategies to target servers and accelerate the spread of ransomware.

Half of ransomware victims have been hit with attacks multiple times. Most (82%) of organizations believe ransomware attacks are on the rise.

These findings come from security...
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