New security flaw leads to Shellshock

New security flaw leads to Shellshock

In late spring of this year news broke of the biggest security issue to date – Heartbleed. Many companies leapt to secure themselves from this, but the fallout from it is still being felt. That being said, there is a new, even bigger, security problem called Shellshock that all businesses need to now be aware of.

5 Ways business security is flawed

5 Ways business security is flawed

Business owners and managers are becoming increasingly worried about the security of their systems and networks. While the vast majority have implemented some form of security, this may not be enough. In fact, we have helped a number of businesses with flawed security measures in place.

Cloud and data breach prevention

Cloud and data breach prevention

Today’s technology advancement has one obvious parallel: increasing security threats. One such issue which has been growing both in number and intensity is data breach. And while many businesses have turned to the cloud in the hope of improving security, there is still a chance of a collision between data breaches and cloud usage.

5 ways systems can be breached

5 ways systems can be breached

When it comes to business security, many small to medium business owners and managers often struggle to ensure that their systems and computers are secure from the various attacks and malware out there. While there are a million and one things you can do to secure systems, one of the most useful approaches is to be aware of common security threats.

5 myths of virtualization security

5 myths of virtualization security

Virtual machines are just gateways to a server, and cyber criminals want access to data on those servers. While you might think you’re keeping your virtual environment safe, there are several virtualization security myths which if believed can have a serious impact on your platforms, leaving them susceptible to attack.

10 Security best practices

10 Security best practices

Thanks to rapid technological advancement over the past decade, businesses have been able to flourish with great tech tools at their disposal. But the widespread adoption of new, smarter technologies has also given rise to security issues and the ability to infiltrate networks.

Security flaw hits Internet Explorer

Security flaw hits Internet Explorer

For many businesses, the browser is one of the most important pieces of software you can install on your computer. It not only provides access to the Internet, but also to a myriad of other systems, including email, documents, and more. Many Windows users stick with Internet Explorer (IE) because it is automatically installed on all Windows computers.