4 steps to cloud file security

As we enter the era of cloud computing, it’s a sure thing that many users will be unsure of the security of the system they are using and the documents and files stored within. Truthfully, these systems are fairly secure but not 100% as there is still a chance of information being stolen. In order […]

USB device poses security threat

While computer systems have undoubtedly changed the way we do business, there are downsides to this, with one of the biggest being security. It’s challenging to keep your systems completely secure, especially since new threats are uncovered on a near daily basis. That’s why you need to keep abreast of new potential threats and adopt […]

5 safety steps to online shopping

Have you ever bought something online? There is something compelling about browsing an online store, filling a virtual cart, checking-out and having it arrive on your doorstep a few days later. E-commerce is quickly becoming one of the most popular forms of shopping, but like everything else on the Internet, there are security issues you […]

Android security flaw uncovered

The security of devices used in the office should be a top priority for business owners and managers. It is easy to think that a fully functioning device like a mobile phone is secure, and most of the time it is. The thing to be aware of however, is that there are always hackers looking […]

NSA data collection exposed

Hong Kong is one of the busiest and freest cities on Earth. It also recently played host to one of the biggest whistleblowers in history – Edward Snowden. In early June, Snowden, an ex NSA (National Security Agency) consultant, exposed their data collection program, causing unparalleled uproar and controversy. For many business operators it also […]

Five low cost security tips

A common misconception among many business owners and managers is that managing the security of their systems and computers is a time-consuming and costly endeavor. While it certainly can be expensive, how much you spend really depends on the type of security you want and need. In fact, there are security steps you can take […]

Four password management systems

The password is the main way we identify ourselves online. We need these to access nearly every account and service we use. Hackers know this and often target this area. One way to minimize the chance of your accounts being hacked is by using different passwords for every account. However, the issue is that remembering […]

LivingSocial: 50 million accounts hacked

The Internet, still in its early phases, is seeing a dramatic increase in the number of users. Unfortunately, this growth has also seen an increase in the number of cyber criminals and attacks against websites. The latest major attack was perpetrated against LivingSocial. If you have an account with this website, you may want to […]

Five password don'ts

Security is an important issue for many business owners and managers. Many work with their IT department or an IT partner to ensure their network and systems are secure from threats. But what about your email, social media and bank accounts? The weakest link of these online accounts is your password, hackers know this and […]

5 tips to spot email fraud

While being one of the most useful business tools ever invented, email can also be a hinderance. Because of its generally open nature, when anyone can get an email address, criminals have taken their operations online in the form of email frauds or scams. This can be a big issue for business owners, and knowing […]