Online shopping has become more popular than ever before. In 2020, more than 2 billion people bought products or services online.
People don’t usually think about small and mid-size businesses when discussing cyber security. The media covers breaches in governmental and big-business security in excess. These entities usually have lucrative targets that attract the attention of hackers but are often backed up with an extremely protective network security system that’s difficult to crack.
Data is everything to a small business in this day and age – which means if you lose access or control of your data, you lose everything.
Heat and technology don’t mix. We’re talking about things like PCs, servers, and everything inside of them. A lot of manufacturers try to make sure the heat generated by hardware has a way to escape, but it’s not always enough.
Your employees are your first line of defense when it comes to protecting your business from cyberthreats. Human error is one of the single biggest culprits behind cyber-attacks.
Social media phishing attacks are on the rise, with Facebook being one of the most commonly impersonated brands. Hackers are now employing more sophisticated tactics to steal personal data from social media users.
There comes a time when every business needs to invest in a phone system: they’re buying a new phone system for their new location or they’re upgrading from an older system. Regardless of the reason, they’re ready to make the commitment.
We all want to protect our Bay Area businesses. They’re a big part of who we are, and it would be terrible if anything bad happened — like an unexpected cyber-attack. But it happens.
With over four billion internet users around the globe totaling roughly 59% of the population, the internet is rife with opportunities for hackers to steal users’ information. And with technology constantly evolving and the internet growing, it’s not likely to get safer anytime soon. It therefore pays to take extra precautions when surfing the web. […]