Ransomware revisited: As attacks worsen, tried-and-true defenses falter

The vast majority of the companies being attacked by ransomware have fewer than 1,000 employees. But with proper backups and local encryption, you can hold attackers off.

To secure your remote workforce, lock down ‘your’ computers

Many employees aren't coming back to the office. That means you must make sure your business secrets are just as secure from their home office as they were at the corporate HQ.

5 free ways to get better business security

Tech crooks really are out to get you, but there are ways to defend your company that won't cost an arm and a leg.

Here's what you can do about ransomware

Colonial Pipeline just rubbed our noses into the fact that ransomware is a growing threat. Fortunately, there are ways to keep it from happening to you and your business.

No matter the size of your business, you must take security seriously.

The automated attackers who are out there ready and willing to get you don't care how small your business is.

Getting passwords right for you and your business

Sick of changing passwords every 90 days from one eight-character string of meaningless letters and numbers to another? There are better ways to manage your security and passwords.

Can you require your employees to have a COVID-19 vaccine?

It depends on the job, but the answer is often yes.

Will you be heading back to the office? Should you?

Many companies won't be re-opening their brick-and-mortar offices because working from home is the new way of business.

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