Revealed: The real cost of insider attacks – and your strategy to prevent them The chance of your business’s data being breached by an inside attack is high. Most inside attacks are accidental. A well-meaning employee clicks on a bad link by mistake. But there are some attacks caused by malicious attackers, deliberately looking to […]
Computers slow down over time. It happens gradually, so you don’t tend to notice it. Side by side, a 3 year old computer will be so much slower than the latest version. But there’s another big downside of older computers that scares most IT professionals…
Is Misconfiguration Making Your Business Vulnerable? Cybersecurity attacks on big-name brands or governments are familiar headlines these days. Millions of access credentials are breached, and millions of dollars are lost to ransomware attack. You may think you’re protected, but a single undetected misconfiguration could mean trouble. If you’ve been paying attention, you know no one […]
Are Your Passwords Compromised? News of a big brand suffering a data breach is all too common today. But if you don’t get an email from such a company, you could mistakenly be thinking it doesn’t affect you. The thing is, large breaches are happening all the time. Cybercriminals then put access credentials online, and […]
https://player.vimeo.com/video/504233179 Accountants: Address Your Biggest Technology Issues Evolving accounting technology offers tremendous growth potential for the future. But this digital transformation leaves accounting firms with more technology to monitor and maintain. The ebook Addressing the Biggest Technology Issues for Accountants examines: What digital transformation looks like for accountantsChallenges addressed by incorporating IT into accounting processesCybersecurity risks Best […]
Why You Need to Uninstall Adobe Flash Player All good things must come to an end – it’s inevitable with computer software. If you’re using Adobe Flash, the day has arrived. It’s time to uninstall Adobe Flash Player. Adobe stopped supporting Flash Player on December 31, 2020. What does this mean? Adobe is no longer […]
E-accounting: Top 3 Considerations for Online Client Meetings Many businesses were teleconferencing before COVID-19. After all, meeting virtually saves both you and your client time, and busy business owners often don’t want to spend the time to make a trip to your office. The coronavirus has hastened the move to e-accounting, but this approach presents […]
Less Common Cyberattacks for Accountants Check the news any given day and you might see a report about hackers accomplishing a data breach, or of a ransomware attack encrypting all company data until it pays up. These are the well-known types of cyberattack, but there are less common cyberthreats accountants should be aware of, as […]
Cybercrime is so big now, it’s a matter of when not if your business will be affected.
Strong passwords are a good line of defence. But many passwords can be cracked by automated bots. Here’s something that makes your password considerably stronger, and gives your business even more protection.
A ransomware attack is one of the most terrifying things that can happen to your business. This is the computer attack where a hacker locks you out of your systems and data. And you must pay a ransom, typically in Bitcoin, to get access again. What most people don’t realise is that hackers access your […]