Category: Security

Securing your WiFi network

Locking your wireless network is as important as locking your home or business. Continue reading

Are you running Windows XP in your business?

After April 8, 2014 Microsoft will no longer release updates, including security updates, for Windows XP or Office 2003. Since security updates will no longer be available for Windows XP to address vulnerabilities, Windows XP will essentially have a “zero day” vulnerability forever. Continue reading

VyprVPN for Business now available

We’ve been very happy users of VyprVPN for well over a year. We’re please to see they’ve just released VyprVPN for Business. Continue reading

Security settings in the new Google Apps Admin Console

Watch this short video to see how to manage security settings in the new Google Apps admin console. Continue reading

Authenticating email with DKIM – DomainKeys Identified Mail

Spammers can forge the ‘From’ address on mail messages so that the spam appears to come from a user in your domain. To help prevent this sort of abuse, Google Apps enables you to add a digital “signature” to the header of mail messages sent… Continue reading

How Cloud Computing Companies Make Their Data Centers Hacker-Proof

CloudTweaks contributor, Robert Shaw, has written a good, concise piece on security of cloud computing. Robert starts with “Cloud computing naysayers have long cited security and privacy as their number one concerns. ” He ends with “Overall, data center security is extremely sophisticated and constantly… Continue reading