Blog

  • 3 Steps BYOD Employers Can Take to Begin Shadow IT Conversations

    As more ‘connected’ employees want to integrate their personal data with their workplace data, employers who looked into Bring Your Own Device generally have found more pros than cons. Employee satisfaction is a big plus, since everyone can now connect outside of traditional workplace hours – labor laws must be followed, certainly, but it doesn’t […]

  • Should You Allow BYOD to Access Your Corporate Data?

    As BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) use increases, nearly every organization is having to ask themselves whether or not they will allow employees to connect to their confidential data networks and if so, what kinds of policies to implement. BYOD Use on the Rise Combined shipments of all devices capable of accessing company networks averaged […]

  • Arellia announces support for Windows 10 to protect the latest Microsoft operating system from Zero Day attacks

    Arellia announces support for Windows 10 Microsoft announced and officially released Windows 10 operating system which is available in 190 countries globally and FREE to upgrade which will see many organizations facing another windows migration which feels like groundhog day as it is likely in the past 12 months many companies may have just completed […]

  • 4 Crucial Tactics for Preventing Cyber Crime

    What Ben Franklin can teach us About Cyber-Attacks Everyone knows Ben Franklin famously said “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” He also said “He that can take rest is greater than he that can take cities.” If you are stressing out over cyber-attacks, you will have little time to “take cities” – focus on whatever is […]

  • 3 Worst Cyber Security Mistakes and How to Fix Them

    Good cyber security experts can rattle off scores of things you may be doing wrong. And we generally appreciate it, at least the part that feels good that our systems remain nice and uncompromised. There is a limit though — unless you’re working for certain government offices or high-level security firms that can afford fancy […]

  • Can You Tell If Your System Has Been Infected?

    Technology and the Internet have become a part of everyday life. With the increased use of internet and technology users, there will also be more opportunities for IT hackers and thieves to cause damage to your business’s systems. As the dependence of technology and online tools continues to grow, there will be more online criminal […]

  • How Insecure Passwords are Leaving You Vulnerable

    When even Buzzfeed discusses poor passwords, you know there’s a problem. Those in the security business likely appreciate that mainstream attention is being given to this topic, but it also shows that the consistent lack of proper passwords has become “so crazy, you’ll never believe it!” Even after decades of so many people saying “it’s […]

  • Protecting Your Small Business From Internet Security Threats

    Some of the top security threats that a business can face include: privacy in the cloud, cyber crime, damages to a business’s reputation, and the constant changes in technology. It is vital, now more than ever, that small businesses are prepared and knowledgeable about cyber security. Where could you possibly start? A great place to […]

  • How the Internet of Things Will Affect Cyber Security

      One of the main things defining the Internet of Things is “something trendy yet mysterious.” Which means that not everyone quite understands IoT – especially non-tech people, but everyone thinks it sounds like something important. Think back to pre-Y2K days, when speculation ran the gamut from “nothing will happen” to “total meltdown of civilization” […]