Navigating your Windows 11 portal can be cumbersome, particularly when tasked with recalling and inputting intricate passwords incessantly. However, a beacon of respite shines forth: Windows Hello. This solution offers unfettered entry through streamlined biometric authentication methods like facial recognition or fingerprint scanning.
In today's interconnected world, spam seems to be an ever-present annoyance within our inboxes, making for a viable modern productivity issue. However, are you aware of the dangers of Distributed Spam Distraction? Distributed spam distraction (DSD) is a sophisticated cyberattack utilized by malicious actors to capture sensitive business information.
Hybrid cloud solutions are becoming increasingly popular because they offer numerous benefits to businesses of all sizes. By combining the capabilities of both the public and the private cloud, organizations can leverage the strengths of each cloud environment to create a versatile and scalable infrastructure.
With every new update, Windows 11 brings a range of new features and enhancements to improve user experience. However, it also introduces some disruptive settings that may not align with everyone’s preferences by default. To help you with this issue, we’ll discuss these settings in Windows 11 and provide step-by-step instructions on how to disable a few in order to make Windows suitable for you.
Monday morning, just to walk in and web browsing is down... what a way to start. Web browsing for daily tasks is engraved to daily operations nowadays. Yet, is the thought that one of the most common ways cybercriminals gain access to business networks is through unsecured web browsers etched in your mind? Cybercriminals exploit vulnerabilities in countless browsers daily to launch an attack on systems globally.
If you rely heavily on computers for daily operations, making sure they keep running as smoothly and efficiently as possible is essential. When done right, maintaining your PCs, as well as other hardware, will ensure more efficient workflows and fewer annoying IT hiccups along the way.
Microsoft released Windows 11 in October 2021. As of January 2023, only 18.1% of PCs around the world run the new operating system (OS); while 68.75% are still using Windows 10. One possible reason for the slow adoption of the new OS is that Windows 11 would not install on devices that lack Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 2.0 chips.
Although cyberattacks on businesses have become increasingly prevalent in recent years, the adoption of cybersecurity best practices is still far too often overlooked. This often stems from the notion that cybercriminals target larger companies. However, the reality is that cyberattacks are opportunistic crimes, and small businesses often hold a wealth of sensitive data without adequate safeguards.
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phone systems allow users to communicate with others over an internet connection, that delivers the media over Internet Protocol (IP) networks. As is standard with digital data, these present a vulnerability in that cybercriminals can intercept the data transmitted between two callers among other VOIP threats.
Watering Hole Attacks are among the many forms of cyber attacks where we are noticing an uptick of attacks. More and more cybercriminals are launching watering hole attacks to gain access to company networks. But what exactly is a watering hole attack, and how can you protect yourself from it?
How watering hole attacks work
The term “watering hole” colloquially refers to a social gathering place where a particular group of people often go to.