What The Yahoo Hack Can Teach Us

The Problem By now you’ve undoubtedly heard about the massive hack at Yahoo in which over 500 million account details were stolen back in 2014. The information stolen may have included: names, email addresses, telephone numbers, dates of birth, passwords and unencrypted security questions and answers. Unfortunately, many people think, “It’s only my email address, […]

Criminals Go Back To Work After The Holidays

Introduction It looks like the criminal element enjoyed their holiday break and now are returning to work with renewed vigor. Security firm, Heimdal explained in their recent post, “Security Alert: Exploit Kits Activity Spike Packs Improved Payloads, New Servers and a Predilection for Flash Player” that there has been a substantial increase in Neutrino, RIG […]

Which Backup Is Better For Your Business?

Introduction Whenever I get into a discussion about which type of backup is better, I usually encounter those that think having only local backup is the way to go, while others tout the benefits of the cloud. Both camps are half right. Local backup Local backup works well for quick restores because the device is […]