Ransomware Prevention Tips Ransomware can bring your business to its knees. Whether it comes as a system- or network-wide infection, it can do a severe damage to your company. Ransomware starts with malware that infects a system by using malicious
Gartner’s Top 10 Predictions For IT In 2018 In 2020, AI will become a positive net job motivator, creating 2.3M jobs while eliminating only 1.8M jobs. By 2020, IoT technology will be in 95% of electronics for new product designs.
Prevent Data Leaks In The Cloud More companies are turning to the cloud for storage. In fact, over 60 percent of organizations store sensitive information in the cloud, according to a recent Intel security survey. As a result, the risk
Hacking and Ransomware Tracking Maps We’ve recently covered a few live hacking maps but have decided to extend the list based on the recent ransomware activities with some additional Hacking and Ransomware Tracking Maps. Ransomware refers to malicious software that blocks access
Free Security Tools We have a compiled a small list of interesting free security tools and resources as part of our ongoing effort to provide many of the best curated discoveries to our readership. Please continue to visit CloudTweaks as
Cyber Security Firms There are so many different options for cyber security for businesses, even wading through the CyberSecurity 500 is a daunting task. To that end we have assembled a list (in no particular order) of some of the
Wealth Management Services There are a lot of cloud based options for those of you wanting to save for a holiday, invest some spare cash, or plan for retirement. This is a list (in no particular order) of some of
Holiday Shopping For Drones? FAA’s New Drone Registration Proposals The Christmas shopping season is upon us and the Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) is speculating that one of the hottest items for well-to-do shoppers will be drones. They are speculating that
Systemic flaws and a rapidly shifting threatscape spell doom for many of today’s trusted security technologies Perhaps nothing, not even the weather, changes as fast as computer technology. With that brisk pace of progress comes a grave responsibility: securing it.