Today’s software and hardware systems excel at making work more efficient than ever while housing large volumes of valuable user data for improved growth, but how do large companies back up their data? This is an important question considering the amount of data used on a daily basis. Maintaining an up-to-date copy helps large enterprises maintain access to any type of file to stay on course and remain fully committed to growth. And safely maintaining user data helps them better understand their audience, recognize trends, and offer services that better fit their customers’ needs. Keeping systems safe and secure is more important than ever to a company’s value and growth.
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What to Do if a Hacker Threatens You / What Would You Do if You Were Extorted?
What would you do if you were contacted by a hacker threatening to publish compromising information about you? This may seem like a hypothetical question, but this extortion tactic is widely used by hackers today and brings in big bucks. Typically, the hacker threatens to reveal your account details or a sensitive photo or a video of you, so you give into his demands, which can be a frightening experience, but in truth, you don’t need to worry. The emails may look real, but they aren’t. And they can be a GOOD thing. You learn more about your online security than you would know if you hadn’t been contacted. If it contains any passwords, you will be in the best position to learn what passwords to change so you protect yourself from the real online threats lurking deeper in the web.
There are many security buzzwords that come into play when the technology available to help secure a business is discussed. The problem is that many of these buzzwords sound great but are actually very poor fits to the real needs of most small and medium-sized businesses. Let’s consider how these buzzwords play into the concept of “security theater” and how this can impact businesses negatively.
Notifications are one of the Android mobile platform’s most-often-used functions, but they can perhaps also detract from workplace focus the most. To help limit these interruptions, we’re dedicating this week’s tip to better managing these notifications for your productivity.
The days of the cash-only business are over. It doesn’t matter if your business is a multinational corporation or you cut grass for a living, accepting payment cards is not only convenient for your customers, most of the time it’s the most secure way to get paid. In an effort to protect the personal and financial information of consumers who have come to depend on their payment cards, the banks that back the credit card industry have developed a regulation that businesses who process cards need to adhere to. Today, we will go over this regulation and how it affects small and medium-sized businesses.