There’s a deeper layer of concern when it comes to Pokémon Go and compliance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).
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Not only having a plan for disaster recovery but, testing it regularly is a key to any company’s success and its survival when the unexpected happens.
Let’s highlight some basic recommendations to stay on the safe side when using a computer other than your own and also deleting your private details.
Keep reading to find out just what a CDN does, the four pillars of CDNs, and the two types of CDN topology and which may make the better option for you.
This post is indented to list the top computer help forums where you can get easy-to-follow guidance to efficiently remove any malware from your PC.
Mac OS X has not been subject to ransomware thus far. Creating such viruses, however, does not pose much of a challenge to white and black hat researchers.
A recently released Symantec report on cyber security estimated that companies with 250 employees or fewer suffered 31% of 2012’s total spear-phishing attacks, almost double the 18% they had to endure in 2011. The figure jumped to 34% in 2014.
Storing data online is becoming an increasingly popular practice, but there are still a variety of ways for online data loss or it can be compromised.
If you use simple passwords you are leaving your business open to cyber attack. Have you considered a password manager?
Unlike the traditional phishing techniques through social media and emails, hackers are now finding new ways to add a bunch of malicious codes to the ecommerce sites and thus bypassing all the sensitive data submitted by customers during checkout process.