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!
Through dark web monitoring and response, sophisticated training and a dedicated virtual CISO, Switchfast offers small businesses more resources for maximum cybersecurity.
Unfortunately, many small businesses still aren’t taking the cybersecurity threats seriously, as 51% of small business leaders believe their business is not a target for cybercriminals.
When school starts, our nation turns its attention to cyber security. This annual event is proof that we're capable of focusing on security, but for some reason, that all ends when you enter the workforce. Let's explore how an annual safety check for your business can create a culture of cyber security for small businesses.
Unfortunately, despite prioritizing the safety of their clients’ data, we’re living in a world where losing customer information is becoming more and more common. And even for a giant like Salesforce, data leaks can happen — and even go unnoticed.
Law firms store a trove of sensitive client information and trade secrets, making them a prime target for cybercrime. 2016 introduced the precedent that law firms are accountable for updating their security practices to behoove their clients, but in the ever-changing world of IT, have you managed to keep up-to-date?
Google Chrome's update teaches users to identify when websites are encrypted and safe to enter personal information into. While businesses will now benefit in SEO rankings with HTTPS architecture, the shift to prefer secure sites is indicative of the changing landscape of internet security.
A new form of ransomware that was first discovered earlier this month, called “Shrug,” has coding mistakes that allow victims to retrieve their files without paying the ransom. If you’re a victim of Shrug ransomware, here’s how to get your files back.
Internet Service Providers are now in charge of how you use the Internet. Unfortunately, there’s no predicting what they'll will do with their new-found power but with all the state law suits taking place against the FCC, you have time to prepare a thorough IT strategy. If your business depends on inbound leads, it may be the time to plan for the worst.
The 11th annual Channel Futures report of the world's top 501 managed service providers was announced and once again, we're please to share that Switchfast was among the top MSPs in the world. The report ranks MSPs according to diverse technology and business methodologies based on from real customer interactions.