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Digital Marketing for Small Businesses

A Cost-Effective Cheat Sheet to Use Digital marketing for small businesses is a surprisingly small market with only 25% reporting that they invest in it. For small business owners, this is actually great news because it shows that 75% of your competition is not working to have a strong online presence. Creating a strong digital… Read More

Why Is Backlinking Important?

4 Reasons Why Backlinks Provide Some Serious SEO Juice Search engines steer 93% of traffic for websites. Taste that sweet SEO juice from quality backlinks and watch your website thrive in search engines. A rank-1 website has around 6 times more backlinks than a site at rank 10. Backlinks play a large role in determining your… Read More

The 13 Most Important Skills to have as a Cyber Defender

The information security professionals of today have a requirement of learning more swiftly, communicating more effectively, containing more knowledge about the business, and matching the ever-improving capabilities of adversaries. Not so long ago, to survive in this field, all you needed was creativity, problem-solving, and a healthy dose of technical understanding. But today, the security… Read More

Why a DDoS attack did not take down Facebook

On March 13, Facebook suffered a significant outrage, along with its subsidiary social media platforms WhatsApp and Instagram. This caused many people across the Internet to believe that the company had experienced a denial-of-service (DDoS) attack. But it turns out that these people were entirely wrong. At the time of the outage, Facebook actually had… Read More

What is Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS)?

With the continuous emergence of technologies in the social and mobile world, businesses have had no choice but to be more yielding and responsive in their daily activities. However, as much as these business entities have been evolving with evolving technologies, the risk of disaster striking is high. The notion behind this argument is based… Read More

Restaurants Are the Perfect Targets for Hackers

The Hacking Threat, Most Restaurant Customers, Don’t Know About In recent years, hackers have been able to infiltrate even the most secure and well-protected networks. Target, Sony, Yahoo, and countless other companies—businesses with large teams of intelligent anti-hacking professionals at their disposal—have not only been hacked but have had customers’ personal information stolen from their… Read More

10 Internet Safety Tips for Parents

These simple tips are a beginning, but the online world is continually changing and adding both new applications and new hazards. Keep talking with your children and other parents to share the latest information on online safety.

Can You Handle a Cyber Security Career?

Increasingly, companies are making products accessed over the Internet, and it makes those products vulnerable to malicious attacks. Today, cybersecurity extends beyond keeping locally networked computers safe. It means keeping worldwide networks safe. The need for well-trained cybersecurity professionals has grown and will continue to increase as smart technology increases the use of the Internet…. Read More

Signs that my website has been hacked

Like many other businesses, you depend a lot on your website. It does everything from promotion to eCommerce transactions and everything in between. Without your website, your business would experience a significant setback. In light of this, there are still numerous people who even leave their web pages vulnerable to hackers which places their companies… Read More

Target’s Security Breach: How Hackers Got Millions of Credit Card Numbers

If you received a phone call from Target’s customer service department about your credit card, you were probably one of the 40 million people whose information was stolen in a recent hack. Target and its customers fell victim to a common hack called RAM scraping. While RAM scraping isn’t new, the Target security breach shows… Read More