Entries by Jonathan Green

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Cybersecurity: 5 Reasons Why Attacks Happen

Cybersecurity, and the mistakes we make. Cybercrime has quickly become a major problem for home users, businesses and governments all over the world. This is because, according to Pew Research Center’s 2017 Report, far too many people are still making the same old, basic cybersecurity mistakes. While many have been making strides to become more […]

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Why reboot? You’re giving your PC a fresh start.

It’s no secret that restarting your computer fixes a lot of problems, but have you ever wondered why? Read on to reveal the magic behind the reboot.   For all issues: Reboot first This might come off as too-easy-of-a-solution, but go ahead and restart your computer. Yes, let’s flush out the ubiquitous eye-rolling that is associated to restarting […]

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Software Updates Keep the Hacker’s Away

Pop-Up Software Updates We all know those notorious software updates. They seem to pop up when we’re doing something really important. So we click on that convenient “Remind Me Later” button and continue on. But of course, we’re reminded later, so we click on that “Remind Me Later” button again. And the cycle continues… When […]

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Securing Your Home Network

Feel Confident Your Family is Using the Internet Safely in Your Home Network   Most households have a plethora of Internet devices. These may include laptops, desktops, TVs, gaming consoles, tablets and phones. Just like your work devices, it’s  important to protect your home devices from unwanted cyber threats, as your home network is also susceptible to these […]

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Small Businesses = Latest Target for Hackers

Out of all small businesses that have been breached, a staggering 60% go out of business after six months. So, why do hackers prey on small businesses? Listed below are the reasons why they have become the latest targets. They Are Less Protected Than Larger Businesses Small businesses have less cyber security protection and resources than […]

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Why Scammer’s Love Email Addresses

Does your website contain a contact list of email addresses? If it does, chances are you and your coworkers are probably receiving large amounts of SPAM. What can we do to prevent this unwanted and potentially harmful email? We generally don’t think of our email addresses as targets, in fact we tend to give them […]