3 Tips For Keeping Your Wordpress Website Secure

Whether you are a blogger or run an online store, you most likely use WordPress as your platform. The popularity of WordPress makes it more vulnerable to hackers and viruses than other content management systems. Fortunately, there are ways to keep your website secure. Make Access Difficult The process of selecting a username and password during a fresh installation of WordPress can make or break your security. Creating an uncommon username can be just as important, if not more so, as using a complex password. [Read More]

Payroll Employees: 4 Ways UEBA Can Help Detect Suspicious Behavior

When hiring someone to work in a payroll department, they are granted access to sensitive data for your company. Digital company data can include banking information, account information, and personal employee information. It's important to keep this data protected through threat detection software. Along with traditional virus software, you can have UEBA software installed to detect personal threats and suspicious activity from payroll worker accounts. UEBA stands for user and entity behavior analytics and this type of software can be used for to help detect four types of behaviors that go beyond a typical virus or cyber attack. [Read More]

Prevent Hackers From Accessing Your Computer While Traveling For Business

For business travelers, working on a laptop in a hotel room is standard operating procedure. Using a public Wi-Fi connection at a hotel, however, poses security threats. Anyone can access data sent over public Wi-Fi connections, and, according to the FBI, it's difficult to trace hacks that originate on public connections. Both factors make these networks especially attractive to hackers. There are ways to stay safe while using a public connection, though. [Read More]

Hard Drive Recovery: 5 Ways You Can Make Things Worse

Computer hard drive failure may seem like the end of the your digital world, but there is no need to panic. Data recovery professionals have the tools to copy all the essential data to a new drive. Unfortunately there are too many unreliable tutorials online that can actually lead to more damage of your hard drive data. Before breaking out your DIY skills, learn about 5 different ways you can actually cause more damage to the hard drive. [Read More]