Security

Private Cloud Security Considerations Guide

March 15, 2017
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Security Implication for Private Cloud There is little or perhaps no surprise in the fact that cloud computing is taking the world by storm. Talk of the massive advantages that come with the model, in the form of convenient and on-demand access to a pool of configurable computing resources among others. In fact, cloud computing […]

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Advice for installing security lighting outside your home

January 12, 2017
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The winter months mean that many UK homeowners leave for work when it is still dark and return at the end of the day long after the sun has gone down. As a result, installing security lighting outside of your home will enhance your safety and assurance when the days are shorter. Here, hosted security […]

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Best 5 VPN You Must Try

January 11, 2017
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There are many various benefits to using a VPN when browsing the Internet, which is why more and more people are starting to do just that. A VPN will significantly increase the security of your connection by splitting all the data you transmit over the web into packets, using a process called encapsulation. This makes […]

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Securing Your Online Business

November 8, 2016
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The news is filled with stories of hackers infiltrating companies and stealing sensitive pieces of data. In many cases, this data is the personal info of the customers of those companies. The hackers will then sell this data to other criminals or use it to create fake identities for the purpose of committing fraud. This […]

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How To Secure Your Network Against Hacking Attempts

October 21, 2016
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You can hardly find a place in a town or even a village which is not covered with a wireless signal. The wireless internet is available everywhere and because of this the number of hacking attempts and illegal activities began to increase. There are many tools which can help anyone steal your wireless password and […]

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Home Security Gadgets to Keep Your House & Family Safe

October 20, 2016
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If you want to feel safe in your own house there is no necessity to keep at home huge dogs, crocodiles or some other dangerous animals. Modern technologies are developing day by day to make our life more easy and safe, so if you wonder, how to make your house more burglary-resistant, you have found […]

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How to Keep Your Online Business Safe and Secure

April 6, 2016
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Businesses face many more threats than they did in the past. The problem is even greater for online businesses that use the internet to advertise, sell, communicate with customers, and process commercial transactions. Despite all of the security issues, there are many ways you can keep your online business safe and secure. Here are some […]

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How to Protect Your Data When Shopping Online

May 7, 2015
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Shopping online has boomed over the last decade. On Black Friday, there is no need to put yourself through long lines and crowds of people to get the good deals anymore. You can find almost anything you are looking for online. However, as more online shops pop up, we continue to find an increase in […]

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Time To Get Hold Of The Best Online DIY Home Security Systems

June 16, 2014
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There are different types of home security services, which you need to focus at, when the main area of concern is associated with security products for taking a close watch towards your home environment. If you want, you can easily go for the DIY kits, which are available from leading online stores, with just a […]

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5 Ways to Secure Your Android Device

June 5, 2014
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With the omnipresence of smartphones these days, it’s hard to believe less than 10 years ago the concept was almost unknown. Granted, there were PDAs and other devices around for some time before then, but Blackberry really didn’t start making a splash in the US market until almost 2006. The introduction of the iPhone in […]

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How to Encrypt your Android Device?

March 20, 2014
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When you are using smartphone devices you tend to keep all your crucial information handy by storing it in your device. But when you do that you must be extra careful because if it is misplaced or stolen, then all your data and personal information will be accessed by someone who can cause you harm. […]

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Cyber Security: The Biggest, Baddest Hacks of 2013

December 27, 2013
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Those who study history help evade future mistakes.  While particular circumstances constantly change, big data pursuits unearth patterns and the ability to ‘see’ into the future.  In recent years, after the surge of Web popularity and consumerism therein, small owners and major brands experienced security threats, hacks waged by tech-savvy rogues. While the act of […]

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7 Tips to Boost Your Digital Security

October 31, 2013
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The digital age has revolutionized our lives, but now that our homes are stuffed with internet-connected devices, the risk of compromising your online security is far greater. Just how safe are you—and how can you minimize your vulnerability when shopping online, paying your bills, or even checking your e-mail? Here are seven tips to improve […]

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Top Mac Antivirus Applications and Why You Need Any of Them

January 16, 2013
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Mac Defender: The First Major Mac Threat? In May 2011, the Apple company encouraged its users to use added internet security protection. Why? Because of a new threat named Mac Defender. Mac Defender is a program that functions like a real spyware removal client. It will present itself as a pop up telling you that […]

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Mobile Operating Systems – An Overview Of Security Features

December 9, 2012
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Increasing use of cell phones has extended this industry and now a day more Smartphones are sold than PCs. Smartphones are playing an important role not in the personal life of people but in their corporate life too. According to a study, a person spends more time on his Smartphone as compared to internet browsing. […]

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Information Security in the Era of Google Wallet

November 26, 2012
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Make sure your phone is secure, not a liability! About a decade ago, Microsoft let everyone know that the future of payment was using their phones and devices enabled with Bluetooth. While that never really happened, Google’s push for mobile payment seems to be much timelier and actually gaining traction. With popular phones using Google’s […]

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Analyzing the security features and loopholes of major mobile operating systems

November 17, 2012
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With the sales of smartphones starting to exceed those of PCs, companies have started to look at these mobile devices as more than just fancy accessories that employees are given as “perks”. Smartphones are becoming a critical part of daily corporate life. Indeed, recent studies show that the average user spends more time on mobile […]

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How to erase Mac data

September 29, 2012
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One of my friends was facing sluggish Mac from couple of months. After checking the issues we found the reason, large amount of data in Mac drive and less hard drive space. He decided to replace old Mac drive with new one (larger space) and sell older hard drive. But before selling it was necessary […]

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What the Heck is the Cloud…Really

September 28, 2012
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The “cloud” is a technology term that has recently appeared on the horizon in a highly visible format – so much so that many people don’t realize that “the cloud” itself has been around as long as email has existed. Because of this, many people who are not as naturally technologically educated or comfortable express […]

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How Your Online Privacy Is Under Threat?

September 19, 2012
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Online privacy is very important in this era when a person is regularly using the internet. Online privacy is the right of privacy of a person over their personal data like name, age, sex, address and other data. It is very important to maintain one’s privacy as the data can be used for many unwarranted […]

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Will you survive losing all your data (photos, docs etc.)?

August 27, 2012
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The subject of this article is what I often ask people I know are not very computer/tech savvy, because often they have no clue about backup or they know it’s something that they “should be doing”, but they either don’t know how or just “haven’t gotten around to it yet”.In almost every single case the […]

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The Affordable DIY on Identify Theft

August 25, 2012
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Identity theft is a natural outgrowth of the technological advancements society has made. Just as sure as people are able to manage their finances and make their purchases in ways completely unthinkable in the 1960s and 1970s, so too have the ways in which criminals have sought to steal from the public. Now, there are […]

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Startling LinkedIn Security Issues: How to Protect Your Business

August 23, 2012
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Mega professional social networking website LinkedIn is losing face due to a mass security breach that left 6.5 million user passwords splashed all over the Internet. After a Russian forum user claimed that he hacked LinkedIn and leaked passwords online, Twitter users confirmed that they discovered their encoded LinkedIn passwords online. This breach in security […]

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How to Protect your Data in 2012

August 6, 2012
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All around the world, data is constantly being created. Some of it is trivial, and its loss would not be too traumatic, but some data is so valuable that losing it could have disastrous consequences. Many businesses have suffered due to data loss, and some have had to cease operations altogether. It is not only […]

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