24 Nov

6 Best Practices for Secure Software Development

Posted by John Brandwagt

Software security is a big deal these days. With news of hacks and leaks, more people are concerned about just how secure the app they’re using really is. No one wants a company to leak their credit card information to a third-party hacker.

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Topics: IT Security
28 Sep

Why CIOs Need to Prioritize Security for the Internet of Things

Posted by John Brandwagt

You don’t often think about the security implications when you install office lights that are controlled by your phone, but the reality of today’s tech safety issues is that these connected devices could pose a serious threat to organizations around the world.

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Topics: IT Security
10 Aug

IT Security: Is Your Company’s Information Safe?

Posted by John Brandwagt

When is the last time you completed an assessment of your company’s security? Most business owners take their alarm systems and locking devices very seriously, but are completely lax when it comes to their digital information. With all of the recent reports of hacking attempts and phishing schemes, it’s time you made the move to beef up your company’s IT security efforts.

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Topics: IT Security
13 Jul

IT Security: Weak & Stolen Passwords to Blame for Most Data Breaches

Posted by John Brandwagt

While it might be easiest to think of cyber criminals as evil geniuses who spend hours using complex software to hack into your information, the truth is that you’re likely doing most of the work for them—and it all boils down to unsecure passwords.

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Topics: IT Security
24 Jun

How to Break These Common IT Security Bad Habits

Posted by John Brandwagt

Bad habits in the work place can sometimes slow down productivity—but no bad habit can do quite as much damage to a company as the ones that involve IT security. With proper cyber security becoming more important by the day, it’s now crucial for tech workers to have the best practices to ensure that they keep their organization free from hacks, data loss, and theft.

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Topics: IT Security




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