Spring Cleaning for Your Small Business Part 2 of 3: Mobile Device Security

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Mobile Threats Targeting Your Small Business

Computers aren’t the only devices that are at risk for security breaches. Small to midsized business (SMB) owners must be prepared to protect their companies from cyberattacks that target mobile devices, too. With more than 80% of employees using their personal phones, laptops, and tablets for business, the now standard practice of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) has significantly increased the number of threats to data security. Continue reading

Fitness Apps — Helpful Tool or Data Breach Fuel?

Smart Watch and Mobile Application

New Year, New Threats

Nearly a month into 2019, many people have maintained their focus and motivation to revisit and reset their fitness plans. To achieve these goals, a great deal of us leverage applications and wearables, such as Fitbit and Apple Watches, to help keep track of workouts, meals, and progress.

Although we all want to stay driven to succeed, it’s important to understand that just like any other connected device, fitness apps and wearables are vulnerable to cybercrime. Continue reading