Freelancers already know how remote work works. They learned how their circadian rhythm works, and they function in perfect synergy with it.
But what happens with all those office workers, who are forced to work from home in these challenging times?
If you’re a business owner who turned to remote work at this time, you should provide support to your employees. It’s not just about remote work productivity. It’s mostly about security. Your employees will be accessing important business files from home. If any of that data gets compromised, your business will be in trouble. read more...
Are there things I can do to protect myself from these hackers?
Here are 8 ways you can protect yourself from hackers: use a VPN service, regularly update your operating system, avoid using public Wi-Fi, have strong and unique passwords for all your accounts and many more read more...
Bad news for all fans of free Internet – WPA2 security protocol used by your Wi-Fi router and connected devices could be easily hacked. WPA2 security protocol is used by 90% of all Wi-Fi devices worldwide. read more...comments: 0
Security experts warn that many free Wi-Fi hotspots might actually be run by hackers to steal your personal information, passwords, credit card details and browser history. Those dangerous free Wi-Fi hotspots are usually placed near world’s top tourist destinations. Expert recommends avoiding Wi-Fi hotspots with term FREE within the hotspot’s name. Besides, it's highly recommended using a VPN to encrypt your connection and stay safe while using free Wi-Fi hotsports. read more...comments: 0
Public Wi-Fi networks: hotels, coffee shops, restaurants, airport and etc. —are not as safe as you think. Even if they have a password, you are sharing a network with tens of other people. It means your data is at risk. It’s very easy for someone who wants to steal your data to set up a network called "Free Wi-Fi" to make you think it’s a legitimate source. read more...comments: 0