You’ve heard it before, but I’ll say it here again. The web, including your data, is under constant attack. Everywhere and all the time. Some of the attacks are automated and come from “robots,” while others are actual humans trying to break in. Failing to utilize two-factor authentication, whereever and whenever possible, will leave you exposed.
Symposit LLC is pleased to announce that it has recently received SWaM Certification from the Commonwealth of Virginia. The Small, Women-owned, and Minority-owned Business (SWaM) certification program is a state program of the Commonwealth of Virginia. The purpose is to enhance procurement opportunities for SWaM businesses participating in state-funded projects. In 2006, Governor Tim Kaine set
Symposit LLC is pleased and excited to announce that we have now become a Cisco Meraki Elevate Partner! If you don’t know what Cisco Meraki is, it’s the leading edge, next generation technology in the cloud networking arena. Meraki makes enterprise networking administration, security and management a snap, since everything can be centrally managed over
Just a quick note & reminder on how to easily protect your information on your mobile phone. Generally these will apply to pretty much any smartphone… Simple: 1) Enable a passcode in order to unlock and use the phone. 2) Don’t allow apps to remember passwords, instead type them all in manually. 3) Enable wiping
A client recently asked us this question, and I wanted to share our response. The short answer is that it depends on what you’re using it for. Each platform has it’s benefits for certain scenarios. Many business run 100% on Mac, others 100% Windows, and some even have a hybrid of the two. Below is
eBay has recently admitted that it was hit by a cyberattack which compromised user passwords (and non-financial data). The problem with these attacks is that many users have the same password for multiple sites. Meaning a smart hacker could deduce other account passwords with just one. The attack was first detected two weeks ago, but
I constantly see people’s Facebook posts, emails and tweets about how their email/twitter/facebook/google/yahoo/bank account/whatever got hacked. I want to outline how people typically get hacked and what you can do to prevent that. I’m going to try to number these in order to make it clear and concise. 6) Having inadequate antivirus/protection Arguably, this could
After several years of running our first website for the business, we are extremely pleased to announce and introduce the launch of our newly redesigned website. We hope that you find it more appealing and navigable than our former site. We’d love to hear your feedback! Our website is not only a marketing tool, it