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Top 5 Cyberattacks Used for Social Engineering

People often say that innovative technology and hacking techniques are how cybercriminals attack victims online. But did you know hackers can also use a less complicated way to get people to trust them online? It is a time-honoured method of manipulating others by winning their trust and taking advantage of  Continue Reading »

How Does Social Engineering Scam Work?

Scams involving social engineering are far more common today than ever before. There may undoubtedly be a few items in your mailbox that look weird when you check your emails; these items are most likely phishing emails. It’s a good thing that so many people are aware of the dangers  Continue Reading »

Can Social Engineering Affect Your Business?

Due to how prevalent they are, phrases like “malware” and “phishing” have grown quite popular in recent years. However, did you realize that these dubious activities are only a small component of a larger scheme which is “social engineering”? What is Social Engineering? Although the phrase may be new, the  Continue Reading »

It’s Time to Test your Knowledge of Backup and Disaster Recovery!

Over the past few weeks, we’ve talked about backup disaster recovery and why it’s important for any business to have. We have covered all the factors that should go into a business owner’s recovery plan. We’ve also listed some terrible things that could happen to your business if it doesn’t  Continue Reading »

Repercussions of Poor Disaster Recovery Planning

There is general agreement that disaster recovery planning is a crucial part of running a business. We post and remind business owners across the world, but there are still thousands that don’t take catastrophe planning seriously. Most businesses protect their operations by insuring their vehicles, signing contracts with their suppliers,  Continue Reading »

Do you Have a Data Recovery Strategy for Your Data?

The effects of disasters on companies vary, but they are almost always negative. Many of these catastrophes are avoidable with robust, enterprise-wide cybersecurity measures. Even with the best security, there are still threats that can get through and mess up your whole system. With these breaches, you need a data  Continue Reading »

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