You may already know that October is Cyber Security Awareness Month in Canada and the United States. It’s also Halloween. What do these two things have in common?
Even when kept up-to-date, firewalls and antivirus software are only able to defend against known threats.
Most people have heard about hackers getting access to sensitive data. It’s a dangerous myth however to believe that your own personal computer isn’t worth the trouble for a hacker or cyber-criminal.
Microsoft has confirmed a new vulnerability that could allow remote execution of code and affects every version of Internet Explorer.
The Dunham Group IT department has been on top of the issues that have threatened the security of many websites because of the Heartbleed vulnerability.
As of today, Microsoft will be no longer be providing support and updates for the Windows XP operating system.
When you think about organizations like Yahoo and Target – we seem quite helpless in the face of this onslaught. Nothing is going to stop these attacks – so be prepared for more in the future.
What really could go wrong? Why should your company care? Well, here is the quick reality check and why you don’t want to allow this in your organization.
IT is the backbone of everything we do. However, the real failure in IT today is the lack of convenient integration. This is a huge source of frustration for many IT dependent folks.
Our IT department has recently expanded into the whole area of home/office automation and security. It’s a pretty exciting field which changes much of the way in which our homes and offices work. What we can provide can virtually make the home or office operate on its own, which has great every-day benefits with additional benefits when you are away from your home or office for vacation or business.