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Protect Your Computer

It is vitally important that you protect your computer and all the information on it  to prevent identity theft. By hacking into your computer’s stored information, a thief can gain access to your banking account numbers and passwords in order to steal money. In addition, some hackers are trying to find information about your credit cards to use the numbers to order merchandise. Here are a few tips to protect the information on a computer.

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Disaster Recovery Plan

Information technology plays an intimate role in how your business functions. From email communications among employees to processing payments, telephone systems, and data storage, there is not much within your business that functions without being connected to a laptop, wireless device or desktop computer. Knowing this, what are you prepared to do when the information technology upon which you rely stops working?

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mobile devices security

If you own a computer, a smartphone or a tablet, you know how much information is contained on those mobile devices. Your credit card numbers, social media passwords and even the password to your email account could all provide access to a treasure trove of data to anyone who gains access to them. Therefore, it is important that you take device security seriously. What are some easy steps that you can take to keep your devices secured?

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Disaster Recovery Plan
Network Monitoring

No matter how large or small your company is, it is critical that you have a network monitoring system in place. If you do run a small business, you need to make sure that your customer information, product information and other intellectual property does not fall into the wrong hands. If it does, it could mean the beginning of serious legal issues and the end of your company.

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Internet of Things

Over the past few years, it has become popular to link a variety of handheld and household devices to network servers. For instance, your thermostat can use a WiFi connection to send and receive data and adjust itself based on what it learns. Your car, your watch and your headphones are also becoming smarter as technology improves and people express a desire to stay connected. How can an organization maintain secure connections as the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to evolve?

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