5 myths of virtualization security

5 myths of virtualization security

Virtual machines are just gateways to a server, and cyber criminals want access to data on those servers. While you might think you’re keeping your virtual environment safe, there are several virtualization security myths which if believed can have a serious impact on your platforms, leaving them susceptible to attack.

10 Security best practices

10 Security best practices

Thanks to rapid technological advancement over the past decade, businesses have been able to flourish with great tech tools at their disposal. But the widespread adoption of new, smarter technologies has also given rise to security issues and the ability to infiltrate networks.

Security flaw hits Internet Explorer

Security flaw hits Internet Explorer

For many businesses, the browser is one of the most important pieces of software you can install on your computer. It not only provides access to the Internet, but also to a myriad of other systems, including email, documents, and more. Many Windows users stick with Internet Explorer (IE) because it is automatically installed on all Windows computers.

Securing your passwords

Securing your passwords

Whether it’s an online account, a computer log in or network access, passwords are used to prevent unauthorized access. But far too many people choose weak and easy-to-guess passwords putting themselves at the risk of cyber attack. Don’t fall into the trap of these cyber criminals.

You Need To Stop Using Internet Explorer Today…

A new zero-day vulnerability that resides in all versions of Microsoft’s Internet Explorer was detected this past weekend (April 26-17, 2014), Microsoft confirmed. The vulnerability, which could allow remote code execution, is being used in "limited, targeted attacks," according to an advisory issued by Microsoft.

Massive security flaw you need to know

Massive security flaw you need to know

The Internet is an amazing thing, but being so big and accessed by so many people, it is never really 100% secure. There are always security issues being uncovered that could put your business and systems at risk. One of the latest flaws is possibly one of the biggest to be uncovered in years and could affect nearly every person and company on the Internet.

How to respond to a malware infection

How to respond to a malware infection

A malware infection is an attack that you do not want invading your business systems. Malicious software can often make its way on computers without your knowledge, causing various disturbances. What’s even worse, is that vital information saved on your computer or data that you access online could be stolen.