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Computerware has been serving the Vienna area since 1976, providing IT Support such as technical helpdesk support, computer support, and consulting to small and medium-sized businesses.

Scam Claims to Have Compromising Video… of You

Scam Claims to Have Compromising Video… of You

Every business (and every individual, for that matter) needs to be wary of Internet scams and other online tricks. This is because those scammers are wily and have many means of finding a user in a compromising position… or so they claim in a recent scam.

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Data Security Must Be a Priority for Your Organization

Data Security Must Be a Priority for Your Organization

After 143 million people had their personal information put at risk in the Equifax data breach, it comes as no surprise that data security is an even hotter topic than usual. As much as you’d like to think that a breach like that would never happen to your business, this is an unrealistic hope that won’t do you any good if the threat of a data breach does come around. It is much better to be prepared.

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Tip of the Week: 4 Security Best Practices You Need to Implement Right Away

Tip of the Week: 4 Security Best Practices You Need to Implement Right Away

Cybersecurity for business contains many complexities that are often difficult to keep track of. If your organization takes a proactive approach to understanding and implementing cybersecurity best practices, you can dramatically increase the security of your organization’s network.

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Nearly 50% of Data Stolen in 2015 Were Passwords and Email Addresses

b2ap3_thumbnail_stolen_data_400.jpgIn 2015, there was an incredible amount of information stolen from organizations all over the world. From healthcare companies to government institutions, nobody was safe from the endless onslaught of hacking attacks. Now, in the wake of these hackers’ destruction, it seems that most of the incidents in question exposed passwords and email address; important credentials that put many users’ security in jeopardy.

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3 Ways to Augment Your Password Security Practices

b2ap3_thumbnail_security_in_your_hands_400.jpgData breaches grow ever more common, especially in the professional sector. In the wake of high-profile hack attacks like those that targeted Sony and Home Depot, businesses are finding it more important than ever to invest heavily on security procedures and practices. However, one of the consistently forgotten aspects of security best practices is the password.

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Practical Biometric Passwords Infiltrate the US Military

b2ap3_thumbnail_biometric_security_400.jpgHumans are always striving to create the next big security measure against the massive wave of online threats. One topic consistently in discussion is biometrics as a security measure, which take advantage of unique biological aspects of users in order to maximize security. Now, the US military is seeing the value of this kind of technology, and they’re funding a campaign to make it available to users.

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It Seems Sony Can’t Get a Break from IT Issues

b2ap3_thumbnail_protect_your_identity_400.jpgIt’s the holiday season… for everyone but Sony, at least. The tech/entertainment supergiant has been experiencing a ton of security issues lately. Last month, someone hacked into Sony’s databases and stole a lot of information (including unreleased movies, which were later released to the world). This December, it was revealed that Sony stored their passwords in a folder on their server titled “Passwords.”

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Tip of the Week: How to Protect Your Business from 3 Common Disasters

b2ap3_thumbnail_protect_your_business_400.jpgIt doesn’t take much to disrupt your company’s network and cause downtime. Whether it’s from something major like a natural disaster, or something minor like forgetting your network login credentials, you need to have a plan in place that gets your network up and running as soon as possible. Here are three common scenarios that you need to plan for.

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4 Tips to Stay Ahead of The Hackers' Wiley Ways

b2ap3_thumbnail_cloud_security_important_400.jpgCriminals sit in front of their computers trying to rip off your personal data out of the cloud using their mysterious hacking skills. You don't have to know the code of the hackers to successfully fend them off. Here are a four effective tips to keep your data in the cloud safe.

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Make WiFi Passwords a Thing of the Past

b2ap3_thumbnail_wifi_security_400.jpgThe wireless router is something that has been around for a long time now, and you might still have yours from when you first got wireless Internet installed in your office. If this is the case, you owe it to yourself to upgrade to a newer model. Besides increasing the speed of your wireless connection, there are a few security benefits to updating your router.

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The Heartbleed Aftermath

b2ap3_thumbnail_heartbleed_aftermath_400.jpgThe Heartbleed bug, one of the nastiest deficiencies in Internet security to date, was found last week. More than two-thirds of the Internet's secure information could have been leaked from websites utilizing the OpenSSL cryptographic library's encryption style. Most major websites have already issued a patch to resolve the problem, but that doesn't change the fact that this information has been available to anyone looking for it for over two years. Worse still is that you would have no idea how to tell whether your data has been compromised.

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2 Million Stolen Passwords Recovered

b2ap3_thumbnail_pwrrrd400.jpgSecurity company Trustwave made a discovery last week that sent the online world into a frenzy. They recovered two million stolen passwords from 93,000 different websites. This password cache included user accounts from major companies like Facebook, LinkedIn, Google, Twitter, and Yahoo. Is your password part of this haul?

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Hackers are Taking Advantage of Technology Improvements

b2ap3_thumbnail_PasswordSec400.jpgKeeping your network and data safe is extremely important. We advocate to our clients that they should come up with complex and unique passwords for each of their accounts. Account hackers have improved their methods, so in order to ensure that you aren't a victim of information theft or worse, diligence in the creation of your passwords is essential.

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Prevent your Web Browser from Storing Passwords

For sites you need to log into often, having your browser remember your password can save you time logging in, especially if you are using secure passwords that you might need to look up otherwise. There are circumstances where you might want to manage what personal information gets stored in your web browser.

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