The Heartbleed bug has been a huge wake up call for anyone using the internet. Like me, you’ve probably had a plethora of emails about it show up in your inbox lately. Since you’re likely not going to stop using the web for personal and business use, here are some key recommendations for small business owners that might be wondering what they should do about it: Read More
For most of us, the fear of getting hacked usually revolves around identity theft or corporate theft. For small business owners that are leveraging the power of cloud computing technology (like Salesforce CRM or Google Apps), there are a few things that you can do to ensure that your company accounts are safe/hack proof. Here are five recommended cloud computing security tips – starting with those that are simplest to implement:
In light of the recent password security breach at LinkedIn, how do you keep your social media accounts and other online accounts (like Gmail) safe?. Many of us have multiple social media accounts (i.e. Facebook, Twitter, Google+, YouTube, Pinterest etc.) and feel unsettled when we hear about password security breaches in the media. According to experts, there are two things that you can do to keep your online accounts secure: 1) actively manage your account/password, and 2) create a strong password.