Cyber security is one of the most serious threats of our time. In this post, Natascha Thomson interviews cyber security expert Joseph Schramm to get his thoughts on security, risk and how to best manage online threats.
In today’s tech savvy world, security breaches are, unfortunately, becoming more common than not. With that in mind, here are three measures every business should put in place in order to protect itself from vengeful hackers.
If you focus on these ideas and tips, you’ll have much better passwords that will go a long way toward ensuring your business is protected. Don’t overlook the importance of a strong password; the first line of defense should alway be prepared for all potential outside threats.
Schools are becoming places were kids are connected to the internet the minute they step in the classroom. With so many people and devices accessing the internet it's important for schools to have the proper security protocols in place to protect their students.
From the "too ridiculous to be true" files, especially given the increasing number of data breaches at companies large and small, is the news that the most common corporate password is "Password1" because it just barely meets the minimum complexity requirements for length, capitalization, and numerical figures.