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5 Network Security Tips for Business Travelers
19 December 2020
5 Network Security Tips for Business Travelers

Business travelers are prime targets for thieves and scammers looking to steal their computers and the valuable information they may contain.

Before you go on your next business trip, follow these security tips to help keep your computer and its contents safe from harm: install all security patches for your OS, use a VPN on unsecured free Wi-Fi hotspots, encrypt your hard drive and LoJack your laptop read more...

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5 Network Security Tips for the Paranoid
14 December 2020
5 Network Security Tips for the Paranoid

As we've seen in the news lately, it appears that the fear of Big Brother watching everyone's online activity is not necessarily such a paranoid conspiracy theory after all.
So, what's an average law-abiding citizen concerned about their right to online privacy to do to protect themselves?
Well, that's what we're going to talk about. read more...

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8 Best Tips to Boost Macbook's Cybersecurity
2 December 2020
8 Best Tips to Boost Macbook's Cybersecurity

Despite its reliability, Macbooks are still prone to potential cybersecurity threats. You may read a lof of articles about how Mac users do not have to worry about viruses or malware, but the reality is quite different.
Negligence may lead you to issues worse than a drop in computer performance. Personal data exposure is also a possibility if you have to deal with a particularly malicious type of malware. read more...

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7 Security Tips for Telecommuters: How to Stay Safe While Working from Home
19 November 2020
7 Security Tips for Telecommuters: How to Stay Safe While Working from Home

Working from home can be a welcome change from the traditional office setting, however, telecommuting can also present some security challenges for users working from home as well as security administrators trying to protect their users' mobile devices and the networks they connect to.
Not every telecommuter is going to work for a company that has an IT shop with the resources to provide enterprise-grade telecommuting security. For smaller companies, this shifts some of the security burden to the off-site users. read more...

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5 Top Tips When Using A VPN for Business for the First Time
10 November 2020
5 Top Tips When Using A VPN for Business for the First Time

Working on the internet comes with its perks, but it also leaves your system vulnerable to external threats. These threats can be through different viruses, malware, spyware, etc. Cyberattacks can destroy your business from its core and leave your system hollow. Moreover, certain business attacks target the business market and can cause damage worth millions. This is where the usefulness of a VPN comes in.

As a newbie, if you are still unsure of how to use VPNs for the security of your business, then our guide will help you get started in no time! read more...

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7 Bad Habits That Are Killing Your Security
5 November 2020
7 Bad Habits That Are Killing Your Security

Bad habits, everybody has them. Whether it’s convenience, laziness, security fatigue or just apathy, we all develop bad computing habits over the years, which could be detrimental to our security posture.

Here are 7 of the most common security-related bad habits that can be the most harmful to your overall security: read more...

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5 Ways to Make Your Device a Less Attractive Hacker Target
21 October 2020
5 Ways to Make Your Device a Less Attractive Hacker Target

Hackers seem to be everywhere these days, on the news, in the movies. You can’t turn around without seeing a news story about a major data breach or massive hacking attack that took down a huge company’s online operations.

So the question is, what can you do to make your computer a less attractive target to a hacker. read more...

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5 Cybersecurity Tips For Going Back To School
4 October 2020
5 Cybersecurity Tips For Going Back To School

Hackers are targeting students more often as teaching resources are increasingly based in digital environments and students rely more and more on technology to support their education. The benefits of technology in education are evident, but with this context cybersecurity becomes an essential element of back to school prep.

Ensure you’re well versed in the traditional scams, and understand how to leverage VPNs to protect yourself on open networks. Read on to discover the essential cybersecurity tips for going back to school. read more...

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8 Tips on Securing Your Online Accounts During Divorce
1 October 2020
8 Tips on Securing Your Online Accounts During Divorce

In the USA, almost 39% of marriages end in divorce. If your marriage is one of them, then you probably have already consulted with a lawyer on your privacy issue. Probably you were surprised to hear that one of the most important things you need to protect in divorce is your digital data. Nevertheless, it is true. No matter how peaceful your separation is there may be a lot of information that you don’t want your spouse’s attorney to produce in court.
After two people become a family, it is hard for them to make a clean break, especially today, when everybody is too dependent on the Internet. Below there are 8 useful tips on how to secure your online accounts during a divorce properly. read more...

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How to Optimize VPN Data Usage in 5 Steps
25 September 2020
How to Optimize VPN Data Usage in 5 Steps

Are you an Internet user with a limited monthly data plan? If the answer is yes, then you probably need to think about the ways to reduce data consumption. This is particularly important for VPN users because the service might have a much greater impact on the bandwidth than you think. read more...

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