Even our storage is online now. With the rise of SaaS companies and many cloud storage solutions, everyone from the average consumer to the largest corporations in the world have moved their data storage to the cloud. But what does “the cloud” actually mean? What cloud storage is You’ve probably driven by a storage locker…

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Today’s smartphones and some computers have a variety of different methods that can be used to unlock them. Two of the most common are fingerprints (especially on newer and higher-end smartphones) and PINs. But which one is most secure? How fingerprint biometrics work When you’re logging into your phone with a fingerprint, you might think…

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Cloud storage is extremely popular today, and we’re big fans. People are using tools from DropBox to OneDrive to store their files. But in a business environment, one major concern is the security of cloud storage. Nothing about the cloud makes it any more or any less secure than any other file storage method.

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One of the key layers of cybersecurity is good password hygiene. But today’s security can make the situation more complex. Now you have password managers, two factor authentication using apps, fingerprint protection, and even facial identification.

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Ever wondered why most systems can’t tell you what password you used when you signed up? Or wondered if your password was being stored insecurely by a service you were using? How can you even tell if it’s stored securely, and what does that mean?

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I’m often asked how cloud computing works. People tell me they have no experience with it and don’t understand it. The truth is, if you’ve had somebody hosting your email for ten years, then you’ve used cloud computing for ten years.

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Nobody wants to believe they can become a victim of a phishing attack. After all, you’re smarter than that, right? The truth is that even smart people fall for them, and phishing attacks are on the rise as a result. However, the tactics they use have changed in the last year or so. When phishing…

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In years past, data storage for many organizations was done through local servers. In the last couple of decades, a couple different options have become widespread: Network Attached Storage—NAS— and the cloud.

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When it comes to cybersecurity, passwords are inherently part of the problem. Whether yours are complex and easy to forget, short and easy for hackers to guess, or you write them down on a piece of paper that you end up losing, they cause a lot of issues.

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For years now we’ve advised clients to use a password manager. It’s a much better option than scribbling your passwords down on tiny pieces of paper or even storing them in your web browser. Simply put, a password manager makes it easy to remember your secure passwords. You can even share passwords with other people on your team. But are password managers really secure? Only if you pick the right option.

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