Supply Chains are Getting Attacked by Hackers

Gaining access to a company that provides products or services for other organizations is an effective way for hackers to attack many targets at once. As a result, businesses that are part of a supply chain are becoming an increasingly attractive target for cyber attackers, especially those acting under the direction of foreign governments.

What Businesses Need to Know about Upgrading to Windows 11

Microsoft recently released the newest version of its flagship operating system software. Here is what you need to know about Windows 11 to make an informed decision about when to upgrade the computers in your business.

Website Security: HTTPA over HTTPS

Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS) is quickly becoming a more popular internet protocol than HTTP for website and application connections. While HTTPS is fast and secure, it must execute code in a trusted execution environment (TEE).

Beware of QR Code Scams

Businesses use Quick Response (QR) codes to provide a variety of services for their customers, such as locating apps for ordering a product and tracking shipments. They aren’t human readable, which allows scammers to easily embed malicious links in QR codes. This type of scam is becoming more common as the use of QR codes increases, according to the Better …

Three Extremely Risky Practices to Avoid

A common question among businesses looking to improve their cybersecurity defenses is “Where should we focus our efforts?” A good place to start is to make sure your company is not engaging in risky practices. Here are three bad practices to avoid.

The iOS 15 Update is Here. The Good, the Bad, & the Ugly

iOS 15.0 is the current major version of the iOS mobile operating system (OS) that Apple uses for its iPhone and iPod Touch products. The firm announced this release at its Worldwide Developers Conference on June 7 and released it to the public on September 20, 2021. Apple also released the beta version of 15.1 the following day. Both versions …

That Text Message you Received is Smishing

You may have been the victim of an SMS-based phishing, or smishing, attack if you’ve ever received a text message that claimed there was a problem with one of your accounts and asked you to click on a link to resolve the issue. Smishing is one of the easiest ways for hackers to steal your data because you’re literally giving …