Security rules for SMBs to follow

Security rules for SMBs to follow

While small businesses lack the big budgets of their enterprise counterparts, that doesn’t make security any less of an issue for SMBs. In fact, small and medium businesses are more and more often the target of cyber criminals precisely because they generally have fewer security measures in place.

Businesses Are Deprioritizing the Importance of Information Security

Businesses Are Deprioritizing the Importance of Information Security

For the last 4 years, Shred It, the document destruction company has been sponsoring an international survey to gauge business executives’ attitudes towards security. The latest one, from 2014, shows that in America executives are actually de-prioritizing security within their organizations.

The Ashley Madison hack and your company

The Ashley Madison hack and your company

You’re probably all too aware of the Ashley Madison hack by now. Maybe you are closely following the names and people involved, perhaps you don’t care or most likely you are somewhere in the middle. No matter where you find yourself standing on this issue, it should be used as a valuable learning tool for your company’s security.

Selfie security is coming

Selfie security is coming

Log on to Facebook, Instagram or Twitter, or even simply take a walk in a city park, and one thing is clear: the selfie revolution is upon us. And now it looks as though this contemporary pastime is becoming more than just a social media trend. Major industry players are now using facial recognition technology to replace passwords as the new method of online identification.