Posts Tagged ‘business protection’


Data LossGolden ticket attacks first became popular in 2014 when the vulnerability was discovered and publicized within the Kerberos system. And though those with the Kerberos system were known to be vulnerable, the type of exploit could be seen on other platforms as well.

It’s important to take measures to protect your business from these types of attacks; if someone were to hijack the credentials of your data system, they could have full control over your network, cause damage, or steal information.

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Risk for a Data Security BreachSecurity issues remain a top concern for business as hackers grab headlines while stealing sensitive data.

Despite high-profile cases where thieves have stolen customer identity and payment information from large corporations, most data breaches affect small businesses and often go unreported in the news.

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Data ProtectionThe Internet makes it easier for people to do business. However, the Internet can be a dangerous place. It is easy for people to get access to your business’s information if you are on the Internet.

There are many ways that you can keep your business safe online. Below is a list of ways that you can keep your business safe online: (more…)


Ways Malware Can Impact BusinessesMalware is one of those things that can sneak imperceptibly onto your computer, but the results can be catastrophic. According to a report on cybersecurity, malware has infected nearly 20 percent of enterprise computers.

One of the biggest reasons for infiltration is poor password security, and many enterprise companies allow contractors and third-party vendors direct access to their website. It’s a serious issue, but basic two-factor authentication and other methods can prevent most malware, so let’s review how malware can affect your business. (more…)


Online Business SecureThe Best Ways To Keep Your Online Business Secure

As any ecommerce shopper knows, sometimes you come across viruses and malware. As an online business owner, you have to worry about viruses, hackers and thieves that could take down the website, the business and your livelihood.

Fortunately, there are several ways to improve the security of an online company. (more…)

CCTV surveillanceCCTV surveillance has turned out to be a necessity for every business that wants to carry out their business operations in a safe and secured environment.

You will be glad to know that beefing up the security in your office not only helps you to prevent thefts and hooliganism but it also provides a sense of security to your employees. (more…)

Windows XPAs you may have already heard, support for Windows XP is to cease on 8 April 2014 – and if your business has yet to begin its migration, then it’s imperative to act now.

After serving 13 years as one of the world’s most long-standing operating systems, Microsoft will no longer be releasing any patches or updates for XP, meaning businesses have two choices: and that is to either continue using an unprotected Windows OS or to undergo an upgrade.

Lack of support means lack of protection

With no means of defence for your data, this puts your company in a vulnerable position. Do you really want to put both your organisation’s and customers’ sensitive information in the hands of a malicious hacker? Whilst upgrading your system may be costly, in the short-term such an investment is worth paying for – compared to the long-term damage inflicted by a critical malware attack. (more…)