5 Common Mobile Cyber Threats Affecting Smartphones

Statistics show an overwhelming majority of Americans (81%) own a smartphone. While smartphones are undoubtedly convenient and useful in today’s high-tech world, they aren’t immune to cyber threats. Some hackers specifically target mobile devices while ignoring conventional desktop and laptop computers. Whether you use a smartphone for personal or work-related purposes, you should beware of…

On-Premise vs Cloud Storage: Which Is Best?

The amount of data consumers and businesses create continues to grow at an exponential rate. In 2018, it was reported that over 2.5 quintillion bytes of data were created each day. It’s safe to assume that number is even larger now. As a business owner, one of the decisions you’ll have to make is whether…

Are Password Managers Safe to Use?

How many passwords do you use? Research shows the average U.S. adult now has over 200 password-protected accounts — a number that’s expected to double within the next five years. As a result, many people rely on a password manager to track their passwords. With a password manager, you won’t have to memorize or record…

Why So Many Small Businesses Are Hacked

It’s a common assumption that only large companies are targeted by hackers. After all, large companies have a substantial amount of data that, if stolen, could be sold for monetary gain. While many large companies have experienced a cyber attack, there’s been a disturbing increase in the number of small businesses targeted by hackers. Small…