Tag: passwords

4 Passwords You Should Never Use

Owning a business means owning data. You’re constantly acquiring new information related to your customers and financial details, as well as all the vendors and contractors with whom you work. However, one cybercriminal or one lucky hack can expose your business to a major blow. From lost trust among your clients to costly lawsuits for […]

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Passwords, A Thing Of The Past?

In Western history, the concept of the password can be traced as far back as the classic tale “Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves,” invented in the 18th century by the French Orientalist Antoine Galland. Used in the tale to open a magically sealed cave, the invocation “Open, Sesame!” enjoys broad currency as a catchphrase today, […]

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Three Recommendations Against Identity Theft

From phishing scams and viruses to social engineering and password theft, the everyday business computer receives daily attacks on multiple fronts. Hackers and criminals employ multiple tactics to break into computers and steal personal information. Everyday.   The biggest financial threat these days comes from cyber attacks, rather than physical robberies. Good news is, there […]

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