While steganography has been a known digital threat for years, new tactics to deploy harmful code through images has made detection more difficult than ever. How do you prepare your company for security threats that hide in plain sight? We'll show you how to get started.
We’ve all been there before. You’ve spent hours working hard on a PowerPoint presentation and you’re just about to finish it up when, suddenly, the application crashes. To make matters even worse, you haven’t saved in hours, and for whatever reason, the auto-recover function didn’t work.
Even the most well-prepared plans need to be kept fresh. Whether you want to do some housekeeping with your security team or you're ready to create a disaster recovery plan, the best way to keep security top of mind is to start a dialogue. Here are four questions to help get you started talking with your team.
Small- and medium-sized businesses have come a long way in the past few years developing cybersecurity programs. But how do you measure the effectiveness of your program for your business, your employees and your customers? We've put together some simple metrics to help you track your security health.
Our second annual community blood drive was a success. Thank you to our friend Vitalant and all the brave volunteers from our neighborhood and team. Donating blood makes a big impact in your community, check out our blog for upcoming events and how to book a donation!
Unfortunately, not all plugins are made equally. The perfect plugin for your site may not have been developed with the same security expectations you have for your business. Let’s go over how you can avoid accidentally installing vulnerable WordPress plugins.
Americans throw around 9.4 million tons of electronics every year., making the United States the worldwide leader in creating e-waste. Globally, only 12.5% of e-waste is recycled but the impacts of improperly disposed of computers, cabling and even virtual assistants have a big impact on our environment.
Remote working does open up your business to more cybersecurity threats. Here are the three types of threats you’ll need to make sure your IT team is prepared to handle and a safety checklist to guide your security efforts.
Researchers at TechCrunch recently discovered a vulnerability in Canadian ISP Altima Telecom's website that allowed access to their customer database through their website leaving valuable customer information available to attackers. In this blog we'll unpack how you can protect your customers in the event of exposure.
There’s an email that you need to watch out for that follows the classic phishing playbook of pretending to be a coworker with an “Urgent Request.”
Cybercriminals will go to great lengths to manipulate you into handing cash over to them and sometime they'll even seek to shame you into giving them what they want. The latest phishing scheme that's made a blip on our radar doesn't pull any punches. Learn how to spot and avoid this embarrassing email scam.
The Best and Brightest sent us the full assessment of our company based on anonymous feedback from our employees. From the report, it’s clear we stand out in two distinct categories: Employee development and teamwork. Let’s explore exactly how we promote employee growth and collaboration in our business.
MSSP Alert, published by After Nines Inc., has named Switchfast to their Top 100 MSSPs list for 2018. This list identifies only the best managed security services providers (MSSPs) that specialize in comprehensive, outsourced cybersecurity services.
6.5 million US workers said they were affected by cyberbullying in the workplace in 2014. With the increased adoption of ubiquitous connectivity, does your company have protocols in place to protect your employees from threats coming from within the organization? We have tips for drafting your cyberbullying policy.
Attacks targeting the real estate industry are on the rise. From high-demand areas like the San Francisco apartment market to overseas suburbs, cybercriminals are targeting high-value transactions of real estate to scam would-be home owners out of their nest egg. Here's what to look out for!