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b2ap3_thumbnail_double_authentication_400.jpgMore often than not, it’s always recommended that you use a solid password to optimize your online accounts. However, just because passwords are critical, doesn’t mean that you should put all your eggs in one basket. Passwords should only be the start of a comprehensive online account security setup.

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b2ap3_thumbnail_security_from_being_hacked_400.jpgMany computer users make use of security tools that limit their exposure to hackers, and they generally understand that hacks are something that can realistically happen to them. On the other hand, there are plenty of other folks out there who don’t worry enough. They might think their PC holds no value to the average hacker, but they’re wrong.

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b2ap3_thumbnail_whos_profile_are_you_using_400.jpgToday’s online business world prioritizes security more than anything else. While some businesses go above and beyond to keep compliant with their industry’s security best practices, others have trouble keeping up, and their network security suffers. Thus, monitoring account security on shared networks is of critical importance for any organization hoping to stay safe.

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b2ap3_thumbnail_security_for_your_google_account_400.jpgHow often have you logged into your Google account, only to find that there’s some suspicious activity going on? You might wonder why, where, and how this happened, but in case you weren’t aware, you can access some of this information by simply checking out your Google account’s security settings. Here’s how it’s done.

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b2ap3_thumbnail_authenticate_400.jpgIn light of the countless hacks that have been overtaking businesses all over the world, it grows increasingly apparent that passwords aren’t nearly as effective as they used to be at protecting accounts and critical information. Two-factor authentication can aid your passwords to create an incredibly efficient security solution for your accounts, credit card information, and much more.

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b2ap3_thumbnail_email_security_solutions_400.jpgFor many businesses, few parts of a network’s infrastructure are as important as the email management system. It’s a pain point for most businesses, but so many of them don’t understand how best to protect their network from the threats that come through the email medium. What kind of threats should you expect to see, and how can you best protect your business from them?

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b2ap3_thumbnail_origin_of_hacking_400.jpgThe word “hack” is a most peculiar word. When we use it, it’s often in the context of discussing a data breach. But did you know that “hack” has been a part of the English language since before computers and even electricity were a thing? Read on to learn more about the fascinating meanings of hack!

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What Does a Firewall Keep Away?

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b2ap3_thumbnail_firewall_400.jpgAs a business owner, you depend on your network security solution to protect your assets. You trust it to do its job without your intervention, but do you know how it works? One of the most basic parts of network security is a firewall. These are the first lines of defense against threats which can potentially steal information or destroy it completely. In order to get the most out of your network security solution, it’s your responsibility to understand how a firewall works.

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b2ap3_thumbnail_cloud_private_400.jpgAs more businesses adopt the cloud computing platform, some are finding that they want more control over their data. By using a public cloud solution, you forego the responsibilities of hosting your own cloud in favor of a more hands-off experience. Therefore, if you want to use your own private cloud solution, you need to know what it entails and how you can best leverage its benefits to meet your business’s needs.

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b2ap3_thumbnail_security_for_your_technology_400.jpgCompared to the hackfest that was 2014, 2015 has been relatively calm so far. However, that doesn’t mean that you should let your guard down. In fact, it’s always important to make sure that your network is in tip-top shape to prevent hacking attacks. 2015 might be halfway over, but it’s always a good time to protect your network from the threats that want to bring you down.

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b2ap3_thumbnail_hacker_wars_400.jpgWhen you see the results of a major hacking campaign on the news, you might tend to sympathize with the victim. While most hacks target individuals or high-profile businesses, hackers have, for the first time, intentionally targeted each other. The attack in question occurred between Naikon, a cyberespionage group, and another group called Hellsing.

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b2ap3_thumbnail_virtual_private_network_400.jpgAs a business owner, you know how difficult it can be to stay connected to the office while traveling. Despite being on the road, you’re still responsible for responding to clients, employee troubles, and other important tasks that must be addressed throughout the workday. You don’t want to use public WiFi to access corporate data, so your best bet is to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN).

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b2ap3_thumbnail_security_in_your_hands_400.jpgData breaches grow ever more common, especially in the professional sector. In the wake of high-profile hack attacks like those that targeted Sony and Home Depot, businesses are finding it more important than ever to invest heavily on security procedures and practices. However, one of the consistently forgotten aspects of security best practices is the password.

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b2ap3_thumbnail_user_permission_400.jpgIf a company neglects network security, they’ll quickly find their network inundated with threats. However, if you fail to protect your business from internal problems as well, you might have a whole other monster on your hands. Some businesses have encountered this problem when employees access certain documents and then accidentally misplace or delete them, causing damage that your organization was not particularly prepared for.

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b2ap3_thumbnail_password_management_400.jpgHave you ever been prompted to change your password, then forgotten what the new one was twenty seconds later? Changing passwords consistently is a good practice, but let’s face it; unless you have them put away somewhere, you are probably going to forget about them at least once (unless you use a post-it note on your monitor, which is never a good idea). Additionally, if passwords are short and easily guessable, you risk being targeted by a phishing attack or other hacking attack.

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b2ap3_thumbnail_secure_your_smartphone_400.jpgYour computers and servers are protected from external threats, but have you thought about your business’s mobile devices lately? Some business owners who have an office full of mobile devices might not immediately think about the security risks associated with storing sensitive data on them. Therefore, it’s essential to consider these threats when planning your mobile device security strategy.

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b2ap3_thumbnail_stealing_my_wifi_400.jpgWireless connections like WiFi can be tricky at times. Either they don’t work, the connection isn’t a very good one, or there are too many people using it for it to be effective. Whatever the reason, you can bet that there are people using your WiFi who shouldn’t be can be. This can lead to many problems including security concerns, slow browsing speeds, and more.

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b2ap3_thumbnail_biometric_security_400.jpgHumans are always striving to create the next big security measure against the massive wave of online threats. One topic consistently in discussion is biometrics as a security measure, which take advantage of unique biological aspects of users in order to maximize security. Now, the US military is seeing the value of this kind of technology, and they’re funding a campaign to make it available to users.

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Looking for Virtual Love in All the Wrong Places

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b2ap3_thumbnail_i_love_you_400.jpgOnline dating has been around long enough that it no longer carries a negative social stigma. In fact, you may know of some success stories from online dating--or you may have even successfully used online dating yourself. When looking for online love, remember to use protection from scammers.

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Tip of the Week: How to Lock Your Android Device

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b2ap3_thumbnail_got_that_andoid_on_lock_400.jpgYou’ve got a lot of sensitive information stored on your mobile device. If it were to fall into the wrong hands, you wouldn’t want the new user to have easy access to it. This is why every mobile device should be locked. Here’s how to lock your Android device, as well as how to pick out a lock screen setting that’s right for you.

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