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Security

Are my passwords at risk?

Safety of passwords is still critical in protecting your data, this is reminder of how to ensure your passwords are not at risk.

Small business, top executives and finance industry under cyber attack

An update on cyber security attacks, both internationally and in the APAC region, from the latest Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report.

Microsoft ATP - What is it? And why do I need it?

Now, more than ever, we are required to be aware of fraudulent email attacks. Learn how Microsoft ATP can keep you safe no matter where you're working.

The biggest data breach threat today and the silver bullet to stop it.

Details of the current biggest threat to data breach and how applying MFA will stop it.

In (cyber) space, no one can hear you scream.

The top 4 security trends that could come back to bite you if you ignore them.

FileCloud - an easier way to share data

Access your data the way YOU want to, without compromising security or control.

Seven password dos and don'ts

Quick, fast tips for making your passwords more secure. See our password dos and dont's.

How to stop using passwords

Using and remembering passwords doesn't have to be a day-to-day chore. You likely already have the devices needed to reduce your reliance on passwords.

Facial recognition in many phones not as secure as hoped

Facial recognition security in many phones from LG, Sony, Samsung & more is not secure and can easily be fooled by a simple photo. But Face ID by Apple and long passcodes remain viable security methods.

Outlook quietly sending automatic read receipts on mobile devices

Outlook on mobile devices has a default setting to automatically allow read receipts in the background, regardless of your desktop settings.

A short history of computer viruses

Systems Engineer Alex Uhde explores the history of computer viruses to explain where the latest 'WannaCry' & 'NotPetya' attacks came from and how they work.

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