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Did You Know Passwords Don’t Keep Your Data Safe?

We all use passwords, however, they’re not the best security. And in the future I expect to see passwords replaced. We’re already seeing cloud providers and enterprise companies moving to something called “Dual Authentication”…this simply means, having something and knowing something…the simplest way to do this seems to be getting a text to your phone (Something you have to have on you at the moment) – a one time password you know, which lasts for just a few minutes…Read This Article that explains where passwords came from and why they don’t work.

P.S. Have you seen this free eBook? Download it Here now.

 

We all know what Ransomware is now – what about Cryptojacking?

If you don’t know what this is, it’s important – cryptocurrency mining malware is what hackers use to steal (mine) cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin. Why is this important? Because these unsuspecting thieves need lots of computing power to mine these digital dollars, and they’re using your computer to do it. At least two problems result – one, your computer is involved in stealing and you might be held accountable if you can’t prove it’s not you doing it. Second, it will take your computer’s performance from good to its knees in no time. Next time you hear someone say, my computer’s slow today – pause to consider if you really want them working on your stuff. Read the article Here.

P.S. Have you seen this free eBook? Download it Here now.

Great Article on how hackers get in – and why they do what they do…

Knowing how hackers operate can help you put in the right security strategies, policies, and training to keep you and your team (and all your data) safe! I like this article because it’s not super technical. Find out in simple terms what’s going on – the stuff you can’t see, but really want to stop. Read the whole article Here.

P.S. Have you seen this free eBook? Download it Here Now!

The SplinterNet

Here’s what’s happening around the world that threatens the way we use the Internet in the future…

Remember the early Internet days – for the first time things we never thought could be free, were free! We could make calls using Skype, read and research all kinds of how-tos, and email anyone in the world…well, data use and misuse is getting out of hand, and countries around the world are starting to rethink some things…some of it good (like how your data can and should be used), and some bad (like what you should and should not be aloud to read about). As small business owners we depend on this “free utility” for growth and reach – keep your eye on the trends and were lawmakers are headed with this! Read the whole article Here

P.S. Have you seen this free eBook? Download it Here!

Even if your phone isn’t listening to you, it is watching you!

We’ve discovered alarming privacy risks – particularly in the Android world – the researchers we’re following are telling us, over 9000 of the 17,000 apps they recently studied, share image and video data with third parties (without asking you!).  Check this article out here.

P.S. Have you seen this free eBook? Download it here now.

Did You Know Passwords Don’t Keep Your Data Safe?

We all use passwords, however, they’re not the best security. And in the future I expect to see passwords replaced. We’re already seeing cloud providers and enterprise companies moving to something called “Dual Authentication”…this simply means, having something and knowing something…the simplest way to do this seems to be getting a text to your phone (Something you have to have on you at the moment) – a one time password you know, which lasts for just a few minutes…Read This Article that explains where passwords came from and why they don’t work.

P.S. Have you seen this free eBook? Download it Here now.

 

We all know what Ransomware is now – what about Cryptojacking?

If you don’t know what this is, it’s important – cryptocurrency mining malware is what hackers use to steal (mine) cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin. Why is this important? Because these unsuspecting thieves need lots of computing power to mine these digital dollars, and they’re using your computer to do it. At least two problems result – one, your computer is involved in stealing and you might be held accountable if you can’t prove it’s not you doing it. Second, it will take your computer’s performance from good to its knees in no time. Next time you hear someone say, my computer’s slow today – pause to consider if you really want them working on your stuff. Read the article Here.

P.S. Have you seen this free eBook? Download it Here now.

Great Article on how hackers get in – and why they do what they do…

Knowing how hackers operate can help you put in the right security strategies, policies, and training to keep you and your team (and all your data) safe! I like this article because it’s not super technical. Find out in simple terms what’s going on – the stuff you can’t see, but really want to stop. Read the whole article Here.

P.S. Have you seen this free eBook? Download it Here Now!

The SplinterNet

Here’s what’s happening around the world that threatens the way we use the Internet in the future…

Remember the early Internet days – for the first time things we never thought could be free, were free! We could make calls using Skype, read and research all kinds of how-tos, and email anyone in the world…well, data use and misuse is getting out of hand, and countries around the world are starting to rethink some things…some of it good (like how your data can and should be used), and some bad (like what you should and should not be aloud to read about). As small business owners we depend on this “free utility” for growth and reach – keep your eye on the trends and were lawmakers are headed with this! Read the whole article Here

P.S. Have you seen this free eBook? Download it Here!

Even if your phone isn’t listening to you, it is watching you!

We’ve discovered alarming privacy risks – particularly in the Android world – the researchers we’re following are telling us, over 9000 of the 17,000 apps they recently studied, share image and video data with third parties (without asking you!).  Check this article out here.

P.S. Have you seen this free eBook? Download it here now.

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