Server Security Tips for Small BusinessesSecure servers are essential to doing business today, even for small companies.

Whether you’re powering websites, storing data, using services of companies like Phoenix Internet, or providing user applications, determined hackers or indiscriminate malware can bring your business to a crashing halt, and even end it altogether.

Preventing unauthorized access should be at the top of your list of IT priorities.

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Web securityDetecting intrusions of your network can sometimes be difficult. You can’t assume it’s a big, catastrophic event.

In fact, hackers would prefer that you never notice at all. Here are five signs to be on the lookout for.

Your Firewalls or Anti-virus Software Are Disabled

If you find that they’re been turned off, it may be the first sign that a hacker is at work. With these disabled, a hacker can freely probe your system for weaknesses. The first time it happens you may assume it’s an application glitch. But you should disconnect from the internet and run a security scan to be safe. Read the rest of this entry »


4 High-Tech Ways to Keep Your Business SafeRunning a business is an inherently risky venture. However, there are far more risks to businesses today than things like market forces and stiff competition.

Many of these threats can be completely unexpected and can strike at any time. Curbing the danger posed by things like burglars, hackers and malware requires making investments in technology. Below are four high-tech ways you can keep your business safe. Read the rest of this entry »


5 Myths about Internet SecurityThe internet has revolutionized the way in which access information. Rather than reading newspapers or watching CNN, we can find stories on all of the latest events by opening a web browser.

However, the downside to this digital revolution is an increased risk of cyber threats. To better protect yourself and your business, you should familiarize yourself with the following internet security myths. Read the rest of this entry »


5 Network Security Tips to RememberWhen operating a business, you want to protect the integrity of it as much as possible.

This is especially true for the sensitive information handled on computer networks, such as personal information about employees and clients.

You need to make sure your network security is up to snuff and not vulnerable. Here are five network security tips to remember. Read the rest of this entry »


7 Advanced Data Wiping ToolsImagine a scenario in which your next bid details have lost accidentally.

What, my bid details are leaked!

How & when did it happen? Who did it? – You asked your assistant

Sir! The dealer shared the IT Assets with our competitor and they recovered data from it
But, did you not erase the data prior to selling? – You questioned! Read the rest of this entry »

5 Tips for Protecting Gamers

Posted: August 28, 2017 in Articles

5 Tips for Protecting GamersEveryone loves online gaming. It’s a fun and engaging hobby and it allows you to meet and play with people from all over the world.

For some, it’s even more than this – some have turned gaming into a lucrative and productive business venture.

However, going online and sometimes exchanging your private information isn’t without its downsides. It’s important to take precautions and protect yourself online if you’re an avid gamer. The security measures should protect both your privacy and your property (mostly your computer and the data on it). Read the rest of this entry »


5 Keys to Securing Your Company's FirewallFirewalls are the first line of security for your company network. Firewalls monitor and filter incoming and outgoing traffic.

Missing or interrupted firewall services could mean breaches, viruses, and more. To ensure the safety of your infrastructure, it’s important to install and maintain your firewalls. Here are five tips for effective firewall protection. Read the rest of this entry »


How to Protect Your Data When on VacationIn a connected, digital and wireless world, your personal, financial, business and private information is at risk from hackers and other thieves.

The threat magnifies when you’re on vacation. With the great memories and rejuvenation of time away with family, friends or self comes vulnerability to less than secure technology. Below are some tips to protect your information and to make sure your business runs smoothly so you can enjoy vacation. Read the rest of this entry »


Thwarting HackersOnline business security isn’t something that you can take lightly. Your business data is your business lifeline.

You can secure your business and keep security threats to a minimum if you follow a few simple tips. You can thwart the hackers.

While most of these tips are for online security, they will also enhance the overall security of your business. Read the rest of this entry »