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Android Devices – One More Reason Why Your Business Needs End Point Security

Android Devices – One More Reason Why Your Business Needs End Point Security

As much as Android is loved all over the world (well, not all but most), it has […]

Feb 12, 2014     No Comments
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Mobiles Might be the Next Biggest Security Threat to Businesses

Mobiles Might be the Next Biggest Security Threat to Businesses

The family of mobile devices may not be so happy by what is being predicted about them. […]

Jan 2, 2014     1 Comment
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Some Quick Tips to Keep your Endpoint Data Safe

Some Quick Tips to Keep your Endpoint Data Safe

Corporate cyber attacks have become a common parlance in the world of IT Security. A recent study […]

Dec 11, 2013     No Comments
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How Cyber Criminals are Using Small Enterprises to Attack their Real Targets

How Cyber Criminals are Using Small Enterprises to Attack their Real Targets

Small enterprises in America are increasingly targeted by cyber criminals based in China. It may seem that […]

Oct 30, 2013     1 Comment
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Best Practices for Enterprise IT Security

Best Practices for Enterprise IT Security

To boost brand image and increase productivity, more and more enterprise sectors are exploiting avenues such as […]

Aug 21, 2013     2 Comments
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Why SMEs Need to get Serious about their IT Security?

What’s common between most small and medium enterprises? It is a false sense of IT security that […]

Jul 31, 2013     2 Comments
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Is BYOD a Concern?

BYOD – Bring Your Own Device, apparently, has become the new mantra in today’s workplace. Its benefits […]

Jun 24, 2013     1 Comment
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    Clickjacking is a technique used by an attacker to inject malicious code in clickable content in websites. Clickjacking is usually done to record the victim’s clicks on the Internet or drop a malware infection on the system.