Why should You have a Cloud Backup?

If your business relies on on storing a lot of digital files, whether for your own purposes or storing client data, it is absolutely crucial that you back that data up. About 60% of SMBs (small or medium businesses) prefer backing up data to drives connected to one of their computers, according to a study done by Spiceworks. However, it’s probably not conducive to back it up to several hard drives that take up space all around your office and are all vulnerable to one catastrophe. Read More

Stage fright Exploit Getting Addressed on Mobiles 

In April 2014, the world became aware of a serious issue: the Heart bleed Bug. This exploit could potentially allow hackers access to vast amounts of encrypted login information for numerous websites. In April 2015, iOS devices could fall victim to a purposely flawed SSL certificate that allowed hackers to put an iOS device into a permanent restart loop. In July 2015, another widespread exploit was discovered, this time on Android powered mobile devices: Stage fright. Read More

Web Connected Vehicles and Hacking

In the digital age, there will always be risks. From corporate breaches that expose our sensitive information like credit card numbers to hackers and thieves to viruses that hijack our computers. Now we can add cars to that list of worries. Wired magazine enlisted the help of a couple of hackers to test the susceptibility of a new Jeep Cherokee that has wireless capabilities. Read More