Working from home is pretty great. Your office is always within walking distance, so you need not worry about suffering through a daily commute. It’s easy to forget that your home office is still an office and that cybersecurity is still something you need to account for. Here are three tips to help.
In late August, leading cybersecurity firm Imperva suffered a data breach. It’s certainly not as bad as it could have been, and there’s no doubt the firm will recover quickly. At the same time, it serves to drive home the point that in today’s threat landscape, there’s no such thing as impenetrable.
Reseller hosting can be incredibly lucrative if you know what you’re doing. On the other hand, it can end up being little more than a money sink if you don’t. Here’s how to profit, whether you’re choosing reseller hosting as a value-added service or looking to start your own business with reseller hosting at its center.
A congressional report published in late June has revealed what we all feared: The U.S. is failing to adequately protect itself against cyber threats on multiple levels. It’s not all bad news, though. The report provides a framework of how to avoid making the same mistakes.
At the end of May, it was revealed that someone has been scanning the Internet for Windows systems that are vulnerable to the Bluekeep vulnerability. The infosec community believes it’s the precursor to a much larger attack, and they’re probably right. Here’s how to ensure you aren’t vulnerable to it.