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Verify that the network cable is properly connected to the back of the computer. In addition, when checking the connection of the network cable, ensure that the LED’s on the network are properly illuminated.
Install and run anti-virus software on your computer to detect and remove malware. Enable your computer’s firewall to block potentially harmful traffic. Encrypt you hard drive to protect it from being read or misused if it’s lost or stolen. Password protect your computer to prevent others from logging in and using your system and files. Run your security updates to protect against the newest vulnerabilities. Contact us for more tips.
Malware is short for malicious software. It is software used by hackers to impair your device’s function, steal your device’s data, or even gain control of your device itself. See “02.” for some solutions.
You shouldn’t use email to send or receive sensitive data. If an email account is hacked or if the email is forwarded, that sensitive information could easily be exposed to someone other than the original, intended recipient. Instead, use a secure file transfer service.
Limit the amount of personal information you share through your social networking sites. Because it’s the kind of information most often asked for by security questions, and attackers can potentially use the information you post on your social media accounts to impersonate you or bypass some kinds of authentication procedures.
Cloud computing lowers IT operational costs because the cloud provider manages the underlying infrastructure, including hardware and software. These advantages free staff to focus on work that more directly benefits the business.
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