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The Most Common Internal IT Security Threats Businesses Face

While cyber security is something even very small businesses are starting to take serious consideration of, there’s something they’re slower to shield themselves from, and that’s the internal threats they’re facing. While businesses might utilize cybersecurity measures aimed at external threats, it’s often the internal issues that can wreak the most havoc on an organization.

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Identity-Theft Security Firm Lifelock Fined $100M For Lapses

Washington (AFP) – A company which sells identity-theft protection services agreed Thursday to pay a fine of $100 million for failing to protect consumer data in the largest settlement on record, officials said. The US Federal Trade Commission said its settlement with LifeLock came after the company failed to comply with a 2010 federal court

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Minimising the Cost of Mistakes in Your Company

There is no such thing as an employee or entrepreneur that hasn’t made a mistake in their life. Just take a look at some of the world’s most famous entrepreneurs such as Richard Branson and Jeff Bezos. They have both run failed projects in the past and no one seems to remember it. Of course,

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The 5 Most Common Mistakes Made by eCommerce Professionals and How to Avoid Them

It is almost impossible to keep up with the world of ecommerce. New stores come and go as quickly as the blink of an eye. Each new startup is full of excitement and enthusiasm but most never get to the point where it becomes rewarding. So what sets those stores that are successful apart? Simply

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Is Your Tech A Liability To Your Growing Business?

Most businesses nowadays have a lot of use of a strong tech presence. Which means that as they grow, that need is likely to grow as well. However, it’s not as simple as getting yourself a few new computers in the office. You need to cope with a broadening diversity as well as a broadening

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They Took Our Jobs! The Rise Of The Machines Is Finally Here

Almost every science fiction movie of the last ten years has referenced or focused on the concept of labor becoming obsolete. Instead, jobs and activities that used to be controlled and completed by humans will be passed onto software, machinery, and robotics. There was a time when we believed that this future would never come

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5 Golden Rules For Taking Payments Online

If you are selling anything – products or services – online, you are more than likely aware of how challenging it can be. There are hundreds and thousands of different services to choose from before you even get started – and plenty of pitfalls on the way that can stop you in your tracks. However,

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Is A Virus On Your Computer Bugging You? Here’s How To Remove It!

There’s no denying that the World Wide Web is a useful resource. Millions of us go online every day to buy stuff or learn new things. We even use the Web to communicate with other people through social media. The only downside of going online is the inherent risk of malware and viruses. There is

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Why Strong Passwords Aren’t Always Good Enough

Security breaches happen so often these days, most people are probably sick of hearing about them. With loads of tips and tricks about how to beef up your accounts and make sure that your data stays secure, it can often be difficult to try and figure out which ones are the best to use. Even

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Apple Criticises UK’s Proposed Spying Law, British Media Say

London (AFP) – Technology company Apple criticised draft British legislation designed to stiffen surveillance powers on Monday, saying the proposed bill could “spark serious international conflicts”, British media reported. Home Secretary Theresa May said November’s Investigatory Powers Bill would make existing surveillance laws more transparent and update them to take into account the growth of