Securing Your Laptop How Encryption Can Help

Covid 19, Security

Since the start of the “lockdown”, many businesses are working remotely.  For some, that meant either purchasing laptops to make it easier for employees to work from home, or you may already have been using laptops, especially if you have a mobile workforce.The question however is, how safe is your data on your portable device?  What would happen if your … Read More

Safety and Security While Using Zoom

Security, Work From Home Solutions

If You’re Required to use Zoom as a Meeting Host Zoom is the most widely known platform, and when participating we don’t often get to choose which system we’ll be meeting on. Sometimes our employers require a certain platform, or sometimes our audience expects it. If you don’t have a choice in which platform to use, there are still some … Read More

Does Your Network Have A Protective “Face Mask” to the World?

Covid 19, IT Consulting, Security, Work From Home Solutions

During Times Like Now, It’s Important We Don’t Let Our Guard Down The COVID-19 Pandemic has caused a surge in people working from home. This transition has been made much easier through the use of readily available tools like Zoom, and various VPNs (Virtual Private Networks). However, many businesses were not prepared to have their workforce suddenly become remote workers. … Read More

Urgent Windows 10 Update

IT Consulting, Security

Microsoft has released a critical patch for Windows 10. The patch closes a vulnerability discovered by the NSA. In a press release published by the NSA, the agency explains “the certificate validation vulnerability allows an attacker to undermine how Windows verifies cryptographic trust and can enable remote code execution. Exploitation of the vulnerability allows attackers to abuse validation of trust … Read More

What Is Two-factor Authentication

Education, IT Consulting, Security

Two-factor authentication is the latest technology for securing anything you might log in to. You still have your traditional username and password, but there is an added layer “the second factor.” Typically, logging into an account with two factor goes like this: Add user name and password. A dialog box displays, asking you to enter the authentication code. You have … Read More

Your Website Is A Drowning Fish Without Your Content

Blogging, Industry

Does a fish need water? The short answer is yes you need content for your website, there could be a full stop here and it would be a very short article. Yet, the question is a whole lot deeper than finding out the bad news that you might have to write three hundred plus words about your business on a … Read More