Log4j is a utility program which is everywhere-present seeking out security information for all kinds of consumer and enterprise services which include websites, ecommerce, banking, applications and all kinds of tech products.
The arrival of spring brings many things along with the flocks of birds and the warm temperatures, one of which is spring cleaning. When you hear about spring cleaning you usually think of your home or house chores, however like anything in this world requiring a little TLC, it is important that we don’t forget […]
In a business we use many different software programs why not make them talk to each other?
The goalposts for web security and design are always on the move. What was standard procedure in 2015 is now considered archaic.
I am posting the contents of an email I received recently for your entertainment. In fact, a number of people have called us with various levels of fear and trepidation because they received either the same or similar emails. When we get content like this, it’s really important to apply some common sense. For example, […]
For most organizations today, your website is a critical piece of communication and needs to always be accessible; when this isn’t the case you need to be able to act quickly to notify those who can help restore the site to normal. Here are some suggestions so you can be ready.
Botnets. We’ve all been affected by them. These days, they’re as certain as death and taxes. Unlike taxes and death however, most botnets are avoidable. Here’s a primer and some helpful information about how to steer clear of them.
Be more vigilent with your email. Viruses and malware come to your inbox in cleaver and seemingly legitimate ways. They take advantage of likely scenarios and it’s too easy to let your guard down and click on that link or open that attachment.
The internet was attacked by cyber criminals (terrorists) ON October 21st this year. The incident took offline some of the most popular sites on the web, including Netflix, Twitter, Spotify, Reddit, CNN, PayPal, Pinterest and Fox News – as well as newspapers including the Guardian, the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal. This outage lasted several hours.
When Dunham started working with the Internet in 1994, who would have thought that the issues of security would ever be so complex. Today we are concerned about the security of each and everyone of our clients – for good reason.