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HTML sitemap w/o a WP Plugin

Have you heard about HTML sitemap? Well, it offers easy navigation for your website visitors. To be more precise, it’s the bulleted outline text version of a website. The visitors can use the sitemap to easily find/locate any topic which they can’t find searching through the whole website menus. The best part is that HTML… Read More

Google adds short names and URLs to Google My Business listings

It’s Your Google Name, and It’s Much Shorter This Time Google finally rolls it out; the simplest way to do business is with a name that everyone can remember and, maybe even more critical, say. Hence, it’s called “short names.” That daunting task of sharing the URL string of your Google-My-Business page has been lifted…. Read More

Authority: Why E-A-T is so important

Wanting to return reputable results, Google now rates YMYL (your money or your life) websites on expertise, authoritativeness and trustworthiness or EAT. Anyone interested in SEO should strive for the same quality, regardless of their sector, although websites offering financial, legal or medical advice receive the most scrutiny. Publishers can highlight the expertise, authoritativeness and… Read More

Air Force Has a New Cyber Security Defence Plan

Cyber Security Lessons from the U.S. Air Force Of all the branches in the United States armed services, the Air Force is known to always be at the forefront of information technology, particularly in terms of cybersecurity. Over the next few years, the Air Force will augment its cyber defence systems with advanced cloud protection,… Read More

Health Care’s huge Cyber Security Problem

Cyber attacks in the healthcare industry are becoming widespread as seen with diagnostic tools being infected by malware that forces the user to pay a ransom before shutting down the monitoring system. These viruses were sent to hospitals which could disrupt patient care by hijacking drug administration, stealing data about patients, or even shut down… Read More

7 Essential SEO Trends You Need to Know in 2019

We don’t need to tell you that staying abreast of the latest SEO tactics is the key to success in business today. In fact, a 2018 survey shows that more than half of marketers consider growing their website traffic a major priority.  If you haven’t latched on to 2019’s most important SEO trends yet, time is running… Read More

Snort Rules: An Introduction

According to cyber security experts, small businesses experience the following types of attacks. They include web-based, phishing, general malware, SQL injection, and DDOS. Based on research, 43% of cyber attacks target small businesses. In a survey, the average cost of stolen records with sensitive information was $141 in 2017. Experts also found that companies with over 50K stolen records… Read More

Hiring an SEO Expert vs DIY in 2019

According to Forbes, 90 percent of the world’s data was created in the past two years. That certainly makes it a challenge to become an expert in any field, especially as more information gets piled onto the internet.  In fact, the growth of this information and the expansion of the internet makes it more difficult for customers to find you… Read More

Government of Canada issues cyber security guide for Small-Medium sized Businesses

Many small and mid-sized businesses are concerned about encountering cyber security breaches because they don’t have the budget to hire infosec professionals to monitor their infrastructure. As a solution, the Canadian government issued a guide on baseline Cyber Security controls for SMBs. One example would be to automate software updates in a single patch. While… Read More

How to Begin a Career in Cybersecurity

Cyber security is in hot demand right now, with data breaches more common than ever before. It is an evolution of information security since this project involves the protection of data, regardless if it’s sensitive data pertaining to people, projects or financial information. According to the latest estimation from securitymagazine.com, 80 percent of IT businesses… Read More