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5 Biggest Cybersecurity Threats of 2019

It’s a fact that cybersecurity is becoming one of the most crucial issues people and companies are facing over the last few years. Data breaches are more frequent and more sophisticated as time passes. There is no sign that 2019 might be better. On the contrary, hackers and cybersecurity threats are just evolving. Even if you’re prepared or are preparing for a new year that brings new threats to data including sensitive data, client or personal data theft or identity theft; you should be aware of some of the latest security threats so you can do everything in your…Read More

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7 Cybersecurity tips for holidays

The holidays are just around the corner! During this time, many individuals are busy making plans for relaxation and quality time with friends and family. However, those plans don’t usually include leaving your smartphone, tablet or even laptop at home. All of us will find a  place for these gadgets in our luggage. Many of us reduce our online presence during holidays but we don’t disconnect altogether. This is why we shouldn’t put cybersecurity on the back burner. When you’re outside your familiar environment, you may be exposed to threats you may have not considered. In order to minimize…Read More

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3 Cybersecurity Best Practices Your Firm Needs to Protect Your Clients’ Data

Data breaches aren’t a new and unknown topic. Hackers are still doing their work and trying to gain access to different pieces of information such as personal data, social security numbers, credit card numbers or other personal information. In 2017, cybersecurity threats were escalating. By 2018, we have seen an evolution of the cybercrime landscape. Humans are becoming less needed for cyber-attacks to happen due to creating of cryptoworms, for instance. Cryptoworms and other cyber tactics are the biggest cybersecurity threats and the need to protect your client’s data is intensifying each day. If your company is still inadequately…Read More

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7 Tips for Keeping Client Data Secure

Since information hacking is constantly a hot topic, you, as a business owner or manager, are responsible for doing everything in your power to protect your clients’ data. All kinds of personal data may of interest to hackers: names, addresses, Social Security numbers or credit card numbers. Moreover, businesses of all sizes are potential targets for hackers. Business bank accounts are often larger than individual ones, so it’s more profitable and easier to go undetected for a longer period of time. If you think you won’t be a victim of a data breach, don’t be so sure because you…Read More

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6 Security Risks of Enterprises Using Cloud Storage and File Sharing Apps

As companies transition to the cloud, employees are using file sharing and cloud storage in their business communications to mitigate security risks. Different cloud storage applications enable employees to create, store and control great amounts of data. However, not every cloud storage can offer the security a company needs. Unlike other cloud storage services, CertainSafe’s Digital Safety Deposit Box offers the highest level of cyber security you can find with military-grade encryption. Below, we list some of the cybersecurity risks that are associated with many cloud services that you should be aware of. No control over data When companies…Read More