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Resolutions For 2018

Friday, 29 December 2017 by

People generally decide upon New Year’s resolutions that help them create something new or improve themselves in the coming year. Here are a few that will help you kick-start 2018. Learn something new each day. Set a resolution to keep an open mind and learn something new every day. This will help you have a

A study by Checkpoint Systems shows that holiday shoplifting accounts for about a third of all losses during a retail year. The Retail Holiday Season Global Forecast shows that 37% of a store’s annual shrink loss comes from shoplifting, employee theft, and fraud during the holidays. Oh, we know what you’re thinking, “That’s terrible, but

We’re not suggesting you give things away here, but it is the end of the year. 2018 will be blowing through the front door very soon. So, why not spruce things up a bit in the office and stock up on those tax credits. You’ll be surprised how much a small investment in new equipment

Bug Found In Wi-Fi Connections

Wednesday, 13 December 2017 by

Researchers have found an annoying bug in Wi-Fi network encryption that could expose everything you do. Be careful during your travels this holiday season. WPA2 exposures.  If you or your colleagues use a laptop, smartphone or other device that connects to Wi-Fi, be aware of the risks. Researchers found a bug that allows attackers to

7 Essential Security Lessons We Can Learn

Tuesday, 05 December 2017 by

7 Essential Security Lessons We Can Learn From The 146 Million People Impacted By This Epic Security Breach If you are anything like us, we just hate hearing about terrifying security breaches that hang personal information out in the open. It’s like Christmas morning with no batteries for your toddler’s new toy. These scenarios remind