Google has devised a myriad of ways to find what you’re looking for on the web. Here are a few search tips that are helpful in the office and some that may simply amuse you during a break in your day.
01 Oct 2015
Do you know what to look for to determine if an email is “suspicious”? Hackers have become very clever by creating emails that look legitimate, especially at a quick glance. Unfortunately, you could make one wrong click in an email and expose your entire network to a serious breach.
Creating strong, unique passwords is one of the best defenses we have against cyber criminals. However, it can be a challenge to come up with a new password every time we sign in to a new account. At CRU Solutions, some of us have over 50 password-protected accounts. Do you know how many passwords you use?
What steps do you take to stay safe online? Google recently conducted a survey of IT security experts and web users who aren’t security experts to see where they differed. The results are interesting.
Computer networks are hacked all the time, but what does that really mean? How does hacking work? There are a number of different individual approaches that clever cybercriminals use, but there is a common overall strategy. If you have a computer nerd curiosity, here’s an overview of the approach.
Business losses from ransomware aren’t going away. In fact, the latest version of CryptoLocker, 3.0, is considered the most advanced and most damaging ransomware in the wild at the moment, and it’s targeting U.S. businesses and individuals. We can all take action at our computers every day to help avoid ransomware. Here’s how.
The odds of businesses of all sizes being reviewed by Microsoft for licensing compliance has increased. Since the beginning of 2015, 12% of CRU clients have received Microsoft review requests, and we expect that number to grow. Microsoft plans to conduct these reviews with customers every 2-3 years.