CONSUMER VS. BUSINESS-GRADE FIREWALLS: WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE?
Why isn't it a good idea to go out to your local Best Buy and get a consumer-grade firewall for your business? Can't you save a few bucks this way, rather than getting a business-grade firewall?
Well...you can. But there is a huge difference between a firewall meant for personal home use versus a business-grade firewall that's equipped with the tools that a business needs for protection. A consumer-grade firewall won't be the best solution for your business.
What's synonymous with Spring? Spring cleaning of course. As a self-professed organization freak I do love a good spring cleaning. I may be a tad OCD but that's a whole other article. When it comes to your business take advantage of the same tools and philosophies as you would if you were decluttering your home.
You can pump new life into your organization by transferring this springtime routine to the office. Whether it's dust, junk mail or clutter, it's good to take some time and get rid of it all. Then you can start fresh and clean. Ah, music to my OCD ears.
WHAT HAPPENS TO ALL YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA ACCOUNTS WHEN YOU DIE?
Nobody ever really dies in the 21st century because even when your physical body leaves the world, a digital legacy is left behind. When you die, it doesn't necessarily mean your social media self dies too.
According to reports in 2016, around 8000 Facebook users die daily, the equivalent of 428 every hour.
In fact, if the social networking giant stops growing, more users will be dead than alive by 2065.
So what happens to your Facebook, Instagram and Twitter accounts when you die?
Your employees might be the weakest link in your cyber security defense. Join our friends at WatchGuard Technologies to learn some valuable tips for educating your employees on phishing attacks and password best practices in this upcoming webinar.
Wednesday, May 22nd
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