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The Importance Of Replacing Default Passwords

Until biometric data becomes the standard method of personal identification, the use of passwords looks set to continue. User-generated security…

What You Need To Know To Protect Yourself From The ZombieLoad Attack

If you’re not yet aware, ZombieLoad is a vulnerability recently discovered that follows in the footsteps of last year’s “Spectre”…

Who Should Be Using A Backup?

The word ‘backup’ is often associated with essential items like a backup parachute, battery, or plan. Typically, anything monumentally important…

What’s The Difference Between SSL And TLS?

Cybersecurity is one of the most important aspects that any firm with an online presence needs to be on top…

Cyber Attacks: Who Is The Most Vulnerable?

A single data breach can completely sink an organization, not to mention the thousands, millions, or even billions of dollars…

How To Install An SSL Certificate

SSL Certificates are a crucial part of any website that handles sensitive information like payment details or other personal data.…

What Are DDoS Attacks?

It’s been months since the European Union introduced its new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Companies around the world have been scrambling to make sure they’ve met data storage consent rules, while also working out how to respond to customer enquiries about data retention. However, many of the more subtle aspects of GDPR best practice have been lost on firms who have ensured basic legal compliance and promptly forgotten all about it.