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    8 Best Business Continuity Software Solutions

    Even a single hour of downtime can cost businesses over $1 million, and costs can quickly add up, considering the average downtime for ransomware attacks is 22 days. Unfortunately, many organizations don’t have business continuity solutions in place to help them avoid major spurts of downtime. Business continuity software can point out vulnerabilities in a […]

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    Complete Guide to Phishing Attacks: What Are the Different Types and Defenses?

    As web security improves, email security has become a bigger problem than ever. The overwhelming majority of malware attacks now come from email — as high as 89 percent, according to HP Wolf Security research. And with many employees getting multiple emails per day, it’s easy for spam emails to slip their notice and potentially […]

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    Keeper vs 1Password: Compare Password Managers

    Even using a password with special characters, numbers, and both upper and lower case letters, an attacker can crack an eight-character password in as little as 39 minutes with brute force attacks. And if you use the same password for all of your online accounts, you’re giving attackers access to a ton of information with […]

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    Bitwarden vs 1Password: Compare Top Password Managers

    The average internet user has somewhere around 100 accounts, according to NordPass research, meaning they have to track 100 different passwords or risk using the same one over and over. Users looking to increase their security without the burden of remembering all those passwords typically turn to password managers to keep their accounts secure.  In […]

  • Businessman carrying personal effects out of the office after resigning.

    How to Protect Company Data & Assets When Employees Leave

    The Great Resignation has left many companies reeling, experiencing a higher turnover rate than ever before. And while this is causing major problems for HR, it could also lead to underlying security issues. Employees carry with them a lot of knowledge about how to access company systems, and that knowledge doesn’t just go away when […]

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    Best Internet Security Software & Suites

    Malware is one of the biggest threats businesses face, and with nearly a third of all malware coming through the internet and email, businesses and consumers alike need ways to protect themselves. The best internet security software comes in several different forms, giving businesses all of the protection they need to identify and stop malware […]

  • Person using a VPN protocol on their laptop.

    WireGuard vs. OpenVPN: Comparing Top VPN Protocols

    Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) provide secure access to business files for remote workers, making them a crucial part of an enterprise’s technology stack. But they need the right protocols to run properly. A VPN protocol creates the tunnels that your traffic travels through when you use a VPN to keep your communications private. WireGuard and […]

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    Cybersecurity Employment: Solving the Skills Gap

    As we enter 2022, the shortage of cybersecurity pros hasn’t gotten better. In fact, it’s gotten worse. There are currently about 435,000 cybersecurity job openings available in the United States, up from approximately 314,000 in 2019. The move to remote work in response to the COVID-19 pandemic increased the workloads for skilled IT professionals, and […]

  • Data privacy compliance laws: GDPR, CCPA, and PIPL.

    How to Comply with GDPR, PIPL and CCPA

    Compliance issues can be tricky, especially when there are so many data privacy laws. Find out how to comply with GDPR, PIPL, and CCPA.

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    Twitch Breach Shows the Difficulty of Cloud Security

    Cloud security is a delicate balancing act of keeping the freedoms that make migration worthwhile while also keeping a company’s data secure. A recent breach of Twitch, an Amazon-owned company, showed businesses just how difficult cloud security really is. And it’s critically important, with the average cost of a data breach in hybrid cloud environments […]

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