10 Ways to Protect Yourself from Cyber Attacks

In the Aftermath of WannaCry There are thousands of ways a hacker could gain access to your system to exfiltrate data or deploy malware. The recent widespread infection of the ransomware virus, WannaCry, should serve as a reminder of how vulnerable a computer can be. Ransomware and other infections are usually due to carelessness. The […]

Search Engines Found to Deliver Malware

A recent study has revealed that search engines sometimes deliver websites infected with malware among their top results.  Though Google and Bing performed best among all search engines tested in the study, they were not immune to such occurrences.  The 18-month study, conducted by the AV-TEST Institute, found that, of the two to three billion […]

The Benefits of Products as Services

I recently upgraded to Windows 8 and quickly learned my antiquated versions of Dreamweaver and Fireworks would no longer work properly. To make matters worse, it was becoming increasingly evident I would need to get access to Photoshop to do my job. I was stressing over how to ask my boss for $1150 for all […]

Stopping Hackers In The Social Network Age

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text disable_pattern=”true” align=”left” margin_bottom=”0″] We are all aware of the recent tampering of our beloved social networking site Facebook.  Hopefully none of you were the unfortunate recipients of malicious activity, including: hardcore porn, grotesque human gore, and religious degradation as reported by The Christian Post, which was one of the first to cover the event.  Current […]