How to Setup Two-Factor Authentication to Protect Your iCloud Data

How to Setup Two-Factor Authentication to Protect Your iCloud Data

The recent iCloud security breach where celebrity photos were leaked has opened up many people’s eyes to the need to be vigilant with security surrounding cloud-based storage.

One of the best ways to improve security if you are using iCloud to backup and store your data is to setup two-factor authentication (they call it “two-step verification”). This does not come setup as default when you activate your Apple ID account, you need to login and make the change.

How to Prevent a Small Business Data Breach

How to Prevent a Small Business Data Breach

What do the following organizations have in common: Target, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Facebook and Twitter?

They have all had to deal with data breaches in the past year.

As a small business owner, you don’t have to worry about being hacked because you aren’t nearly as big as these guys, right? Wrong.

Data Security for Small Business – 5 Ways to Protect Against Hackers

Data Security for Small Business – 5 Ways to Protect Against Hackers

In 2013 Kaspersky reported detecting almost 3 billion malware attacks on computers. That’s a great reason why you need to ensure you know the five most important ways to protect your network from hackers.

Network security threats are increasing with new ransomware viruses and an expanding industry of criminals who easily make money by stealing your data or taking over your computer.

4 Sure Fire Ways to Improve Your Business Mobile Phone Security

4 Sure Fire Ways to Improve Your Business Mobile Phone Security

Our world is going increasingly mobile with many people bringing their own phones and tablets into the workplace. This trend is creating a security nightmare for IT people trying to protect their unsecure networks.

Business mobile security should be part of the discussions you are having within your company about protecting your network because your mobile devices could become your weakest security link.