The Truth About Identity Theft

The Truth About Identity Theft

How do you keep some key pieces of information safe online when hackers are always searching for the next unsuspecting victim? These days, adding identity theft protection is required to keep identity thieves at bay. These thieves can use your information to impersonate you. Thieves can also use your drivers license number, credit card and… READ MORE

Cyber Security Threats For 2018

Cyber Security Threats For 2018

Cyber Security Threats For 2018 We hear people talking about cyber security, but are we making conscious efforts to shield our IT infrastructures and computer systems from sophisticated attacks? The latest vulnerabilities and exploits are just proof that cyber security is everyone’s responsibility. In fact, a recent survey revealed that 44% of respondents admit they… READ MORE

Protecting Your Web Servers With SSL Solution

Protecting Your Web Servers With SSL Solution

SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is a way of establishing an encrypted connection between a web server and a browser. This ensures that all communication between the web server and browsers remain private and integral. This is important for online security, especially when you are handling sensitive or confidential data. When you have an SSL connection… READ MORE

Why Your Business Website Needs An SSL Certificate

Why Your Business Website Needs An SSL Certificate

If you own a website then you absolutely need to know about this big change coming for a Secure Internet in 2018. Secure Internet 2018 There is a push by some major players on the internet to force website owners to implement security using SSL the (Secure Sockets Layer) protocol starting in 2018. SECURE WEBSITES… READ MORE

Types of Business Email Scams and What You Can Do About Them

Types of Business Email Scams and What You Can Do About Them

Almost everyone has fallen victim to business email scams. These phishing emails look legitimate as scammers are posting as a reputable organisation. These messages will coax you into visiting a spoofed website or divulging private information. Once you provide your private information, the perpetrators will use it to commit identity theft. There are many types… READ MORE