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GoDaddy Sitelock Partnership Yields Two New Security Features for Small Business Sites

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GoDaddy Sitelock Partnership Yields Two New Security Features for Small Business Sites

GoDaddy Inc. (NYSE: GDDY), a popular internet domain registrar and web hosting company, this week announced that it has expanded its partnership with cloud-based website security solutions company SiteLock. The aim is to provide small businesses a more comprehensive security

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Small firms told to be more cyber cautious

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Small firms told to be more cyber cautious

mall firms should be every bit as wary as their larger counterparts with regards to cyber security, says a panellist at the upcoming Insider Media East Midlands Cybercrime Breakfast. Sean Price, software development director at retail installation experts RDS Group, said that SMEs targetted by cyber crime could potentially suffer devastating financial losses. Read More….

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Best business antivirus: 8 top paid security tools for small business

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If you’re looking to protect your company PCs from malware then you could just equip each one with your preferred free antivirus package. You’ll get a reasonable level of protection, and it might well seem like you’re keeping costs to a minimum. Of course you’ll have to manually install each copy. And train every user […]

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Russian hackers targeting small businesses and communities in Upstate NY.

hacker-computerSenator Charles Schumer is warning small communities and businesses that they’re at an increased risk of being hacked. During a conference call with reporters, Schumer said Russian hackers are specifically targeting small towns and villages in Upstate New York because their systems are more vulnerable. “Big businesses usually can build in a defensive mechanism into […] View full post on AmIHackerProof.com | Can You Be Hacked?

Dell Security targets small organizations with AI product launch

Dell-office-logo-300x278Dell has launched a new AI-based security solution, Threat Defence, which has been designed specifically for smaller organizations with limited or no IT resource. The new offering utilizes machine learning and AI technologies to prevent threats from entering an organizations perimeter, as opposed to simply detecting them once inside. Dell claims the new offering stops […] View full post on AmIHackerProof.com | Can You Be Hacked?

Threat of hackers keeps Arizona’s online voting program small

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Thousands of Arizona service members were offered the chance to cast a ballot over the internet in Tuesday’s special election, but state and county officials say the threat of hackers makes widespread online voting unlikely anytime soon. Election officials sent ballots to more than 4,000 Arizonans stationed out-of-state or overseas ahead of the election, either […] View full post on AmIHackerProof.com | Can You Be Hacked?

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Speak Loudly and Carry a Small Stick: The North Korean Cyber Menace

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We often see reports of troubling and sophisticated North Korean capabilities to wage cyber warfare. Although cyber exploits, usually against South Korean targets, are routinely attributed to the North, there is much suspicion and concern, but little hard evidence. Estimates of the size of North Korea’s hacker force vary wildly—an indication of the poor quality […] View full post on 38 North: Informed Analysis of North Korea

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Today’s Proms Are As Elaborate And Costly As A Small Wedding

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PROM SEASON is upon us. It’s that time of year when mothers all over the country will go out and purchase dresses for their daughters that cost more than their own wedding gowns, rent tuxes for their sons that cost more than Dad and all his Groomsmen combined, and then top it off by spending more money on food, flowers and limousines than was spent on their own wedding in its entirety…

Face it folks. These days, Prom feels like a small dry-run-practice-wedding you throw for your high schooler.

Like all blessed events, it begins with the “PROMPOSAL.

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Top-ranked workplace among small firms

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Phishing. Ransomware. CEO fraud. These are the cybersecurity scams awash in the world start-up company KnowBe4 was created to defend against. Its business — providing security awareness training to banks, businesses and organizations — is booming as hacker attacks continue to escalate. ¶ This company specializes in training company employees, particularly at banks, but also companies like Dillard’s and Levi Strauss. The mission: To show how not to be fooled by clever hackers. Whether hackers “knock” online with seductive emails or try so-called “social engineering” by sweet-talking directly by phone, these bad guys are trying to convince workers to unknowingly allow them access to corporate computer systems in order to make an illegal buck. KnowBe4 does not just train client employees but challenges them, periodically using “penetration tests” against client companies in the role of “hackers.” Then the security firm consults with its customers to point out weak spots and those employees who are “phish-prone” — vulnerable to hackers posing as legitimate business people — and offer additional training as needed. “People need to think before they click,” KnowBe4 CEO Stu Sjouwerman told the Wall Street Journal in February. Experts say 70 percent of IT breaches can be attributed to […]

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Small business targeted by Vodacom security solution

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Small business targeted by Vodacom security solution

Vodacom Business has unveiled a security solution to keep employees’ smart devices and modems secure and threat-free. Housed on Vodacom’s core network, the SecureNet solution provides protection against mobile viruses, mobile malware and phishing sites when using non-encrypted communication. SecureNet also provides protection against e-mail threats, and ensures business devices are always protected, according to Vodacom Business. Vuyani Jarana, chief executive at Vodacom Business, says: “Smart mobile devices have quickly become an important part of businesses, especially with the era of bring your own device (BYOD). However, as more companies depend on mobile devices, cyber crime becomes an even bigger threat, with more potential for mobile viruses, mobile malware and phishing.” Small businesses are particularly vulnerable to fraud because of the limited resources to implement prevention systems. Mobile devices are quickly replacing the usage of laptops, and smart devices have taken over to house all the sensitive information any business deems confidential, Jarana adds. “Businesses don’t have to be exposed to cyber fraud that can’t be managed anymore. Vodacom SecureNet will save employers time and costs.” According to Kaspersky Lab, over 145 000 new malicious programs for mobile devices were detected in the last year, approximately four million malicious applications […]

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