Security threats occur all the time- your operating system, internal data processes, and individual computers are under constant attack. Hackers look for sensitive information they can use to make money and ruin your business.
We’ve learned what viruses, Trojans, and other types of malware do in your system, but once they get there, how do you get them out?
When you imagine malware and viruses, what comes to mind? Multiple pop-ups on your screen, flashing red lights, people panicking? Once it’s spotted, it’s easy to combat and that image you had in your head becomes much more manageable as your IT team works to remove the issue quickly and efficiently.
When you think about it, both of these terms seem like they’re describing the same thing. Cyber and network both deal with digital environments, so the security for both should be the same, right?
You may have recently had a malware infection on your computer and wondered how it even happened. Maybe you had an infection in the past and only have a vague notion as to how it occurred.
Believe it or not, but small businesses are attacked by cyber criminals just as frequently as large corporations. However, small businesses are more likely to fall victim to malicious attacks than their larger competitors.
A hacker has infiltrated your computer. The worst has happened and you may or may not be the catalyst. At this point, you may be wondering what to do after you click on a phishing link or how to recover from being hacked.
Making the switch to Windows 10 brings many changes, compounding the stress that comes with a new operating system. In an effort to be proactive and ensure you have the simplest Windows 10 installation and experience possible, we have compiled a list of common issues new users encounter, and chief among them is changing or resetting your password.
Data privacy is a hot topic these days. If sensitive information falls into the wrong hands, it can have dire consequences for the person affected.
Keeping data secure is a major concern for any business, as a data breach could prove disastrous. This is especially the case for any organization that handles client information.
Take a moment to think about all of the websites you typically visit during a day or week. Now from that list, how many of those sites do you think store information that’s personal to you?
Microsoft has declared that it will be ending support for Windows 7 End of Life on January 14, 2020.
ITque will take care of all the details for you, but here’s what you need to know to prepare yourself for a post-Windows 7 world.
An important message from ITque – Your IT company.
This post is a reprint of an email that was sent to all ITque Client Liaisons at all our current clients on Friday July 26, 2019 informing of the rending End of Support for the Microsoft Windows 7 operating system.
Ransomware attacks happen everyday and most are localized to a particular computer or network. The WannaCry ransomware attack of May 2017 that affected networks and computer systems on an unprecedented, global scale affecting more than 230,000 systems in 150 different countries.
In 2018, the Camp fire tore through Paradise California, destroying homes and businesses and altering lives forever. The total estimated economic impact to the town and the surrounding communities has been estimated at $19 billion dollars.
Your email is a gateway portal to your company’s network. Hackers are always on the prowl and searching for ways to poke holes into your network, often through your inbox.
A major threat to your company’s security is the use of email. In 2015 alone there were over 205 billion emails sent a day.
Cyberattacks can strike your network from any angle. Today, threat mitigation is more important than ever before. As the threat landscape continues to expand, it’s crucial for your business to take precaution.
The dark web is an anonymous portion of the internet. It cannot be accessed on a standard web browser. Users need a particular set of software to access it.
Cybersecurity needs to be a critical priority in any profession. There are thousands of cybersecurity risks that companies must be prepared for.