Spend too much time on a laptop? Chances are that your posture is being hurt by your laptop usage. This economically-priced accessory will help improve your health and prevent long-term physical damage.
Phishing attempts have become more insidious as hackers attempt to keep ahead of our defenses. Have you received an email from someone you’ve never done business with, stating that your most recent invoice is enclosed? This is almost certainly yet another phishing attempt. Proceed with caution!
Many of us complain that we don’t get enough good quality sleep each night. Do you use a handheld device in bed before calling it a night? Blue light emitted by your iOS, Android, or Windows 10 device can trick your brain into thinking it’s daytime even when it’s not. Here’s how to filter out the blue light.
Do you store files on Google Drive or use Microsoft Office 365/OneDrive? If so, this new avenue for malware infection shows just how far hackers will go to evade typical defenses. It has even resulted in a new phrase, “Ransomware-as-a-Service”.
In an effort to force website designers to incorporate tougher security measures, Google Chrome will start marking sites that still use HTTP encoding as “Not Secure”. This will make it easier for users to ensure that sites that request sensitive or personal information should be avoided if they do not use HTTPS security.
You’re sick of hearing this. The exhortations didn’t work in 2013 and they’re not going to work now. Sure. But the truth is that you need a password manager, and it’s worth it to take the time to set one up.
Minor actions, like reusing passwords, suggest workers may prioritize convenience over enterprise security, a new report said. If you need help implementing more effective security procedures and processes, give us a call.
It’s by far the biggest update that Mozilla has launched since Firefox 1.0 in 2004, and it’s just flat out better in every way. Built on a completely overhauled core engine with brand new technology, Firefox Quantum is over twice as fast as Firefox from 6 months ago.
The email hits your inbox with an urgent warning: Your Netflix account has been suspended, due to a problem with your billing information. It offers a link, which takes you to what looks very much like a Netflix landing page. It’s not. Instead, it’s a phishing scam that collects extensive personal data on victims.