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…

What Ia a Fileless Malware?

Malicious software, or what’s more commonly known simply as malware, typically consists of one or more files — and it spreads through the distribution of these files. If malware files are intentionally or unintentionally downloaded to a computer, that computer will become infected with malware. With that said, not all forms of malware rely on…

The Case of the Always-Dropping Wi-Fi

Does your Wi-Fi automatically disconnect at seemingly random times? It’s frustrating when you try to load a website, download a file or even upload a file, only to discover that your computer is no longer connected to the Wi-Fi. While restarting your computer may offer a temporary solution, it doesn’t solve the underlying problem. So,…