Don’t be so obvious.
In the Mel Brooks classic Spaceballs, there’s a scene where the main villain, Dark Helmet, remarks on the stupidity of using a password like “12345,” remarking it’s the kind of password an idiot would use on his luggage lock.
Stick to your goals this New Year.
Think back to some of the New Year’s resolutions you’ve made in the past. Maybe you resolved to lose weight. Maybe you resolved to quit smoking. How did those resolutions work out for you?
Have a holly, jolly, secure season.
The holiday season is the perfect time to set aside our cares and enjoy the company of those we cherish the most.
Tales of the macabre.
If the threat of a cyberattack frightens you, it’s for good reason. Cybercrime accounts for billions of dollars in victim losses, and the headache of recovering your data and safeguarding yourself and your customers is a horrifying prospect.
Don’t fall for fiction.
From DDOS attacks to ransomware, the digital landscape is a hostile environment for businesses. In recent years, many companies have made cybersecurity a top priority. However, persistent cybersecurity myths continue to spread misinformation and lead many other businesses to leave cybersecurity on the backburner, content with the idea that a cyberattack couldn’t possibly happen to them.
Be proactive against cyber threats.
October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month, and for businesses in the modern age, cybersecurity deserves as much awareness as any other vital business function.
Pearl Technology featured on Peoria radio show.
With recent cyberattacks affecting millions of Americans every day, should citizens be more proactive about cybersecurity?
Pearl Technology to host seminar for Cybersecurity Awareness Month
Pearl Technology is partnering with the Peoria Area Chamber of Commerce to host a business seminar on Tuesday, October 17, 2017, from 9-11 a.m. where local FBI agents will speak on the importance of cybersecurity.