Managing BYOD in Schools

BYOD, or bring your own device, is a common practice in offices. This trend is now popping up in schools as well. BYOD means that students bring their own devices (laptops, smartphones, or tablets) and access the Internet or school network by the school’s WiFi connection. Schools can require specifications–such as RAM, software, and hardware–for […]

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Why Schools Need Cybersecurity

According to PwC, nearly 80% of organizations today will encounter a cyberattack at least once. When hearing this statistic,  most would picture retail stores, offices, or big corporations, but what we should really be picturing are schools. Cybersecurity in schools is becoming increasingly important, and making this a school’s high priority is in the best […]

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Cloud Services In a Nutshell

Cloud services, from communication to data storage, is a great solution that can be customized to fit any size business. No matter what you use it for, cloud services provide you with the following: Quality service Rapid speed User-friendly experience, regardless of technical knowledge Ability to have as much or as little control of your service/maintenance […]

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Your Three Options In Cloud Security

Clouds are so incredibly useful, so why are companies shying away from cloud services? Number one reason: security. We tend to not trust what we don’t fully understand, and since cloud services is a complicated concept to wrap your mind around, it may be tough to fully trust. This month, we hope to ease the […]

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Apple Makes You the Apple of Marketers’ Eyes: How Apple Ads Can Be a Security Threat

On Thursday, it was announced that Apple has a patent application filed that would allow iAd, Apple’s advertising branch, to target advertisements to you based on your credit card limits and projected income. In short, if Apple does not believe you could pay for the item, Apple ads won’t show it to you. The wording used […]

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Malicious Flashlight App? The Surprising Truth

Have you downloaded a flashlight app? According to this video, it could be secretly malicious, stealing information from your phone. Watch the video below:   Gary Miliefsky is the CEO of SnoopWall, a company centered around cybersecurity. According to this news segment, flashlight apps downloaded from your mobile device’s app store may be snooping into […]

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What Your Antivirus Software Isn’t Telling You

A good antivirus software will mean that my system is safe. True or False? FALSE. Like firewalls, antivirus software is just one piece of the online security puzzle. Many moons ago, antiviruses may have been the only solution required for safety, but as the technology world has evolved, so have attackers, creating malware threats that […]

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