5 Telltale Signs of Scareware

5 Telltale Signs of Scareware

Have you encountered a pop-up message indicating that your computer is infected with malware? While legitimate antivirus software may use pop-up notifications such as this, it’s a common tactic with scareware as well. Scareware isn’t legitimate antivirus...
Is Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) Secure?

Is Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) Secure?

When connecting new devices to your business’s network, you might be wondering whether Universal Plug and Plag (UPnP) is secure. UPnP is a common feature on many network-connected devices. Maybe you’re connecting a new computer to your business’s...
5 Best Practices for DDoS Mitigation

5 Best Practices for DDoS Mitigation

Of all the different types of cyber attacks, distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) is among the most destructive. It can cripple your business’s network. During a DDoS attack, the perpetrator will spam your business’s network with traffic from a network of...
The Benefits of Network Detection and Response (NDR)

The Benefits of Network Detection and Response (NDR)

Neglecting to secure your business’s network is a serious mistake. Research shows that nearly half of all small businesses operating in the United States have been the target of a cyber attack. Weak or nonexistent network security will make your business an easy...
Personal vs Network Firewalls: What’s the Difference?

Personal vs Network Firewalls: What’s the Difference?

A firewall is an invaluable cybersecurity tool. Typically consisting of software or firmware, it’s designed to filter traffic. Firewalls operate using a set of rules. Only traffic that meets the criteria of these rules will be allowed to pass. Firewalls will...
The End of Passwords? 6 Alternative Forms of Verification

The End of Passwords? 6 Alternative Forms of Verification

It’s frustrating when you try to log in to an account, only to discover that you’ve forgotten your password. A recent NordPass study found that the average person has over 100 passwords. With so many passwords, it’s nearly impossible to remember them...