Log management is usually – and with good reason – implemented in order to analyze network security events for detecting intrusions and forensic purposes. That is – to see what happened only AFTER a cyber attack has taken place. Granted, it is pretty hard to detect cyber attacks, but we’ve moved away from the traditional cyber security requirements onto auditing and compliance as the reason behind employing cybersecurity measures, together with slowly accepting the importance of logging systems and application management. The purpose of introducing logging into an IT network notwithstanding, the process itself has 10 distinct steps we have prepared here for you to get acquainted with in order to help you protect your company from cybersecurity predators. So, let’s get to it!
Identifying the underlying causes for potential cyber security attacks can prove to be of crucial importance for defending a company IT network no matter how secure it is considered to be. By creating a defense line that focuses on the basics first and foremost will help not only treat the symptoms of a cyber attack, but prevent it from ever happening. Take a look at the infographic to see the 12 resident guilty parties when it comes to root cause exploits that can destroy your company’s cyber security. read more
When you are just starting with your own WordPress website and you need to customize it to best showcase what it is that you do and why, that is exactly where you might want to turn to page building plugins. That is, if you are not skilled in coding or just don’t have the time or energy do deal with it. But, how to best choose the right drag-and-drop page builder? Worry not, we’re here to give you a hand by comparing two of the most famous WordPress page building plugins: Visual Composer and Divi Builder.
With all sorts of cyber threats aimed at small businesses with an online presence, companies are constantly at risk. No matter how small your business is, if you own a florist shop or a bank. If you don’t keep it safe, you will endanger it. You owe it to your customers to keep their personal and sensitive information safe, as much as you owe it to your employees to keep your company’s reputation untarnished so that it may continue working. Take a look at our new infographic to see how you can protect your small business from cyber attacks in these 6 simple steps.
Cyber attacks have become a daily occurrence, or worse yet, a daily threat for every business owner. The first step towards being safe is identifying threats, so we’ve compiled a list of ways cyber attacks can and will damage your company. So, let’s count them down!
As we’ve all witnessed, 2017 has been the year of cyberthreats. Not many people and businesses can boast about not having fallen victim to cyber attackers as well as various forms of malicious software. To better prepare ourselves for such dangers, we have come up with a list of basic differences between a pair of them – ransomware and scareware.
If your business is present in the online world, then you must be aware of various Social Media platforms and the way they connect you directly with your customers. As the world gets more and more dynamic, so does your promotion – as much of your content as it does of your business as a whole. That’s why it’s important to stay in the race, by approaching your customers where they spend most of their time and through channels they most do it on – Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google+, Pinterest, etc.
If you are running a small business (or a little bit bigger, why not), one of the things to think about is the importance of securing your website. But apart from that, if you want to connect with your customers and provide them with the means to actually make a purchase (regardless whether it is a product or a service you are selling) or just make an inquiry, you must have a contact form on your website.
As you already know if you have a WordPress powered website, WP is the biggest CMS platform in the world. It powers almost 60% of all websites while more than 28% of website content is managed by it. This means that WordPress manages over 66 million websites, while at least 17 blog posts are published through it every second.
When it comes to web development, WordPress is king – 27% of the internet is powered by WordPress. It’s user-friendly which makes it easy for novice website administrators to make small updates to their site, such as text changes and blog posts. WordPress also offers a massive library of plugins to its users, making it completely customizable to any web development need. Moreover, all WordPress websites are also mobile and SEO-friendly. To stay current on the WordPress trends that will be extremely popular in 2018, take a look at our new infographic.