1. Keep personal Web browsing at home. 2. Keep confidential data confidential. 3. Always use secure connections. 4. Ask employees to speak up if something is wrong with their device or PC. 5. Make sure employees know the security policy. Then enforce it. 6. Always lock your computer screen. 7.Readmore
From simple bookkeeping packages to full-blown ERP systems, open source software can provide free options for small businesses that don't have the budget for big-ticket enterprise applications. There is a wealth of free software out there. Take some time and look into this before your next softwareReadmore
What is Malware?Malware is a catch-all term for various malicious software, including viruses, adware, spyware, browser hijacking software, and fake security software. Once installed on your computer, these programs can seriously affect your privacy and your computer's security. For ex Readmore
The five steps that help the average personal computer user to fight viruses and worms include:
- Watch for new software downloads that add to new layers of protection.
- Do not open attachments from unrecognized email sources. Readmore
Backing up your data is very important, but it’s not the end all. Recovery as in “Backup and Recovery” are the ying and yang in protecting your business data. What good is a backup if your office has been destroyed? How are you going to resume your business operations? This is where recovery cReadmore