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2017 List Of The Most Commonly Used Passwords

February 20th, 2018
2017 List Of The Most Commonly Used Passwords

When was the last time you changed your password? When you did, was security top of mind? If you’re like most people, probably not. Case in point: Take a look at the most commonly used passwords from 2017 from SplashData.

Here’s just the top 10.

123456
password
12345678
qwerty
12345
123456789
letmein
1234567
football
iloveyou

There are a few things you can learn about these passwords.

Mobile Safeguarding: The New Malware Prevention Practice

February 7th, 2018
Mobile Safeguarding: The New Malware Prevention Practice

Mobile malware attacks skyrocketed last year. In just the first quarter of 2017, McAfee had already detected more than 1.5 million new incidents of malware specifically targeting mobile devices. By January 2018, Google had removed 60 apps from its Play Store due to malware.

Five Signs That You’ve Been Hacked

January 9th, 2018
Five Signs That You’ve Been Hacked

January 28 is Data Privacy Day, and the New Year is the right time for implementing resolutions and fresh starts. Have you resolved to be more vigilant in 2018? Your small business cannot afford to overlook the dangers posed by hackers who are getting more sophisticated every year.

Is a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Policy Right for Your Business in 2018?

December 11th, 2017
Is a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Policy Right for Your Business in 2018?

Is a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Policy Right for Your Business in 2018?

As 2017 winds down, it is time to forecast the workplace technology trends for 2018 and anticipate how these trends can impact your small business. We are in the business of making sure you are prepared for what the changing technology environment will throw your way.

7 Ways to Keep Your Device Secure While Using Public WiFi

December 6th, 2017
7 Ways to Keep Your Device Secure While Using Public WiFi

One of the first things people ask when visiting a new establishment is, “What’s the Wi-Fi password?”

Free Wi-Fi, especially in airports, cafes, libraries, and other public places can be lifesavers, especially when you're traveling and need to get a little work done, communicate with coworkers, or perhaps look up directions.

Shadow IT – The Risk Lurking in Your Company’s Devices

November 6th, 2017
Shadow IT – The Risk Lurking in Your Company’s Devices

Do you know every web application your employees are using? There is a high probability that your workforce is utilizing many devices and applications without explicit approval. Collectively, these programs and devices are called Shadow IT. Shadow IT is essentially any application employees download or IT service they sign up for without vetting by your IT team.

Does Moving to the Cloud “Spook” You?

October 27th, 2017
Does Moving to the Cloud “Spook” You?

First off, Happy Halloween!

It’s the time of year where fright is fun and scares are expected. Whether or not haunted houses and ghoulish decor is your cup of tea, you might have experienced a few spooks in your business recently too. Specifically – the illusive cloud.