There is a hacker attack every 39 seconds. With that continuous barrage, it's only a matter of time before non-secure usernames and passwords are hacked.
How many different passwords do you use? I'm betting it is not many. You should be using a unique and strong password for every online system you use. But that is a lot of different and difficult passwords to remember.
On average we spend just under 3 hours a day online. We can now bank online, shop online, manage our lives online and pretty much anything else you can think.
Business networking can have many excellent benefits to yourself and your business. They are a great way to build new connections and to meet potential customers. But they do take up precious time so it is important to make the most of each event you attend.
‘Kids have fun, parents see results’ that is the battle cry of Code Ninjas. They have already taken the US and Canada by storm and now Code Ninjas are hitting the UK.
Business networking, a great low-cost form of marketing or an excellent way to get away from the stresses of running a business? For some, it can be both and for others, it can offer much more value than either of those two takes.
There are over 13 billion WiFi devices in use across the globe. That number is not even a surprise because WiFi is everywhere. You can even access it in shops and restaurants and most businesses lean on it heavily.
To a lot of businesses, IT security is a big and scary thing. What level of security do you need and what should you be securing? Often the hardest part is knowing where to start. Of course, you want the best security possible but with a limited budget what should you prioritise?
Cybersecurity has spent a lot of time in the news lately. Despite that many businesses are still not doing all they can to protect their data. The cost of a data breach goes beyond the loss of data or loss of access caused by the breach.
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