Month: June 2022

New Features To Stop Apps From Spying on You

It shouldn’t be a secret to you that certain applications have an unhealthy amount of interest in who we are and what we do. When will be get new features to stop apps from spying on you. Each of us have had this experience. You may be having a conversation with a friend talking about…

Protect your Internet Calls from Cybercriminals

The ability to make calls on your laptop or other internet connected devices is known as VoIP (Voice Over Internet Protocols). A VoIP outperforms most business phone call systems when it comes to efficiency and adaptability. It is not, however, invincible from cyber attacks. Find out how to protect your internet calls from cybercriminals. What…

Lenovo Vulnerabilities Affecting Millions

It’s about that time again, for another week, another hack. This week we are going over the multiple Lenovo Vulnerabilities affecting millions of users. Hopefully if you are a Lenovo user, you haven’t been ignoring your updates. Here’s what’s happening.  ESET, a trusted European cybersecurity company, has publicly announced the identification of multiple vulnerabilities within…

Your Business is Losing Countless Hours to Spam

Everyone hates spam emails. That is just a fact. Another fact is your business is losing countless hours to spam every year. Having to sift through your inbox removing spam can be a pain and is a real productivity killer, too. According to a recent study, screening and deleting spam emails can cause your staff…

Should I Make the Switch to Microsoft Edge?

Our internet browser is one of, if not the most important tool we use in our daily lives. Even our storage is cloud-based, so most of our computer time is spent online. With a new browser coming to the surface, let’s ask the question, “should I make the switch to Microsoft Edge?.” Browsers have come…

Ransomware Shuts Down School for Good

You read the title correctly. Ransomware shuts down school for good. This week we’re talking about a school who had to close its doors after 157 years of education because of ransomware attacks. Let’s get into it. Lincoln College, for those of you who don’t know, is an Illinois private college that opened in 1865….

Googles Plan to Disrupt Malicious Notifications

Internet users are done of being the target of data theft. Good news is, Googles plan is to disrupt malicious notifications from being the reason your information is stolen. Here’s what it is. When you’re scrolling through the internet, it can feel like everyone is trying to show you something. An ad for a hair…

Protect your Business from Supply Chain Attacks

We’re all aware that any kind of cyberattack is bad for business. They can be dangerous, costly and overall unpleasant. They can be particularly devastating for companies in the supply chain sector. Let’s go over how to protect your business from supply chain attacks. Supply chain businesses refer to any supplier that sells goods and…

New Phishing Technique TRICKING Tech Experts

Have you ever fallen victim to a phishing scam? You got an email you thought was coming from your boss, and next thing you know you’re wiring your bank account to some guy half way around the world. Normally, we would advise individuals to avoid falling victim to phishing by checking the email address for…

Cybersecurity Mistakes Small Business Make

Doesn’t it seem like we’re being warned about a new cyber security threat every day? We hear about cybersecurity mistakes small businesses make on the daily. Well, one can argue it’s for good reason. Last year, ransomware attacks alone hit 81% of all businesses. According to the ‘2022 Cybersecurity Almanac,’ the cost of cybercrime is…