Now when the term “security” is mentioned, many people’s first thoughts go to antivirus programs, protecting their bank information from hackers, or to real time security monitors they have installed in their home. However, there is a large portion of the industry that’s missing in this train of thought: physical security. That’s right, we’re referring to a team of people patrolling an area either during or after business hours to keep it secure, safe, and free from unwanted trespassers.
Is your home office or business premises as safe and secure as it should be? Unfortunately, many freelancers and self-employed people find out when it’s too late that they should have taken steps to prevent burglars and other intruders from entering their home. However, there are many ways you can address this issue before your home-based business becomes the latest target of this type of crime. Below are some home security tips every freelancer and self-employed individual should be aware of
The 21st century has brought upon a new battleground where war is waged on a daily basis: cyberspace. Hacking, both ethical and non-ethical, has especially exploded in popularity over the last several years as internet-based technology continues to surge
It used to be the case that email scams were easy to spot – a Nigerian prince giving you a large amount of money, a lottery you won but never entered, or even a family member in crisis abroad – but scammers are getting smarter. They’ve developed a new target: the office
When we think about cyber security for our personal devices we know to cover the important bases. These include getting proper security software, backing up your data, and using having strong passwords for our accounts. If you are doing those things you are already on the right path to ensuring your safety online. However, there are several basic things that many users are not doing that are putting their computers at risks. Many are some of the simplest steps that users often do not think about