Security Tip #11: DON’T Use Public Wi-Fi Until You Watch or Read This Tip

We’re all guilty of connecting to free public Wi-Fi. Whether it’s at the coffee shop, hotel or airport, the ...

Security Tip #10: The DANGERS of Dropbox and Other File Sync & Share Apps

If you’re using Dropbox, OneDrive, Google Drive or any other consumer-grade file sync and share cloud apps, if ya ...

Security Tip #9: What to do BEFORE you go to Starbucks

So, you’re in the car, you just left Starbucks, basking in the glow of consuming your 30 oz, triple-shot, ...

Security Tip #8: Get Rid of That Unwanted Freeware

Like it or not, PC manufacturers LOVE to stuff your brand-new PC full of “free” apps. Why? Because they ...

Security Tip #7: If You Installed It, You’ll need to Keep It Updated, If Ya Know What’s Good For Ya!

There’s thousands of hackers who get up every morning with ONE goal: to find a new vulnerability in your installed software (like Adobe, Flash, QuickTime ...

Security Tip #6: Bookmark Frequently Used Websites

Here’s a sneaky trick used by lots of hackers: They buy and set up a fraudulent website that is a close misspelling or slight change to the legit one. Like tree o’s instead of two o’s Facebook. Or whitehouse.com ...

Security Tip #5: Don’t You EVER Use PERSONAL Devices To Connect To Your COMPANY’s Data

You’re a hardworking team player who likes to check e-mail and get a few things done after hours – that’s all good! But here’s something you might not know, you should NEVER access your company’s data, file servers or ...

Security Tip #4: How To Spot A Phishing Email

A phishing e-mail is a bogus e-mail that is designed to look like a legit request from a site you trust in order to get you to give up your ...

Security Tip #3: How To Foil Ransomware

Just a few years back, the CryptoLocker ransomware virus was all over the news, infecting lots of computers, in fact over two hundred and fifty thousand, in ...

Security Tip #2: Don’t Click On Pop-Ups Until You Read This

You’re working at your computer when suddenly – BAM! – you get a pop-up that says your PC is infected with a virus and ...