6 Cybersecurity Tips for Browsing the Web

The internet offers a limitless wealth of information — all just a few clicks away. Unfortunately, though, hackers use the internet to steal data, distribute malware and perform other malicious cyber activities. Whether for business or personal purposes, you can still use the internet, but you should follow these six cybersecurity tips. #1) Update Your…

How IT Downtime Can Affect Your Business

Has your business experienced a network outage? Whether it’s your business’s internet or internal network connection, outages can have disastrous consequences. If your business relies on an information technology (IT) infrastructure to perform its operations, just a single outage will likely interfere with its ability to produce and/or sell its products. With that said, you…

What Is a Cross-Site scripting (XSS) Attack?

If your business operates one or more websites, it could be susceptible to a cross-site scripting (XSS) attack. While XSS attacks have been around for over a decade, they’ve become increasingly common in recent years. In fact, research shows approximately half of all cyber attacks targeting business websites involve XSS. To better protect your business…

How the IoT Affects Cybersecurity

To say there are a lot of devices connected to the internet would be an understatement. Over the past few years, the number of internet-connected devices has grown exponentially. According to a report published by Gartner, in fact, there are now over 14.2 billion computers, tablets, smartphones, smartwatches and other devices connected to the internet.…

VOIP vs Landline: Which Is Right for Your Business?

While many business-to-customer communications are now performed by email, phones are still frequently used for this purpose. Consumers often prefer to talk directly to a sales representative rather than relaying emails back and forth. As a business owner, you should invest in a phone system that allows customers to call. With that said, you don’t…