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Intelligent Firewall: Deciding the Fate of Your Enterprise Security

 April 30, 2014

Estimated reading time: 3 minutes

Is your enterprise Firewall blocking all potentially damaging traffic at the perimeter? Or are certain groups within the organization being given the permission to add exceptions to the Firewall list? Studies have shown that although Firewalls are implemented and configured by IT departments, many organizations actually face data breaches and...

How to Survive the End of Windows XP and Safeguard your PC

 March 24, 2014

Estimated reading time: 5 minutes

And the 12-year old legend is finally nearing its end. Until 2011, XP was ruling with a mammoth market share of 43.29%. And despite being a retro OS, XP still stands out as the second most popular operating system; presently, having a market share of 29.53%. That roughly equals to...

The End is Near for Windows XP. Is Your Business Prepared?

 March 13, 2014

Estimated reading time: 3 minutes

When Windows XP was first released in October 2001, the Apple iPod was just 2 days old and Wikipedia had only been around for a few months. But now, there is less than a month to go for Microsoft to pull the plug on Windows XP with the impending deadline...

Why is Network Security Important for SMEs

 January 31, 2014

Estimated reading time: 3 minutes

As technology is soaring to new heights, malware authors are getting more sophisticated in creating nastier malware to target businesses. Large enterprises take adequate measures to secure their network. This, however, is not usually the case with small and medium-sized businesses – a fact that is exploited by hackers. SMEs...