Are you at risk of exposing personal or confidential information?

 Webcam Cover Up

A study by CamPatch found that 51% of laptop users were unaware that their webcams could be hacked into and used to spy on you in real-time. Less than one minute is all it takes for an experienced hacker to gain access and even turn off the light letting you know the camera is on. For a small monetary investment, you can secure your home from unwanted peepers knowing your every move.

Use Reliable Equipment


As an employer, you’ll want to make sure that your “secret sauce” recipes aren’t getting leaked, and in order to do that, you’ll need to provide employees with reliable equipment. Companies like Aruba, HPE, and Cisco, just to name a few, make plug-and-play devices that provide protection with encryption and are easy for users to install. Consider a remote access point that allows users to have an in-office experience from their home.

Antivirus & Internet Security Software

Sources state that global cybercrime accounts for $1.5 Billion in damages per year.

Making sure you use an automatically updating total protection software can help protect your personal data and confidential company information. Bitdefender, Norton 360, and Kaspersky Total Security are among the top-rated security suites.

Secure your Wi-Fi

Steps to securing your wi-fi include:

1. Changing your password regularly

2. Keeping the firmware up to date.

3. Broadcast a guest network if available.

Taking some basic precautions can ensure that you and your information are secure from unwanted invaders.