3 Quick Ways to Improve Device Security

Critical company information passes through all types of devices, including PCs, mobile devices, and your document imaging printers and copiers, every day. What’s more, company information might be stored on these printers and MFPs without your knowledge. Vulnerability extends to devices that sit on the periphery of your network—they, too, are gateways for hackers.

Boost Security throughout Your Business

Prevention and Protection Organizations need to continuously prevent themselves from both inside and outside attacks. There are countless data breaches in the recent past—Apple and Citibank, to name just a couple—that not only have had financial repercussions but also regulation and compliance implications as well as public humiliation. Additionally, your print infrastructure should be among[…]

Internet Security

4 Way To Browse The Internet Safely

With the invention of the internet, almost everything is now one simple click away. Unfortunately, this luxury comes with certain consequences, such as companies being able track your every move as you browse. You might not know it, but the websites you and your clients visit are using one or more “trackers” to follow your[…]

5 Tips for Keeping your Accounting Firm Data Secure

Accounting firms are among the most vulnerable to Internet threats such as viruses, hacking and malware. Since theft is often the goal of these attacks, accounting firms are particularly susceptible to legal action resulting from fraudulent bank activity directly related to malicious external exploits. Tip 1. Educate your Employees Your employees pose the greatest risk[…]

Phishing Scam Alert: Emails asking to do a HIPAA Audit

There’s a new phishing email making the rounds that your firm needs to be aware of if you deal with protected health information (PHI) in any way and are subject to HIPAA rules and regulations. The email is quite good, appearing for all intents and purposes to be an official communication from the Department of[…]

Fake Apps Aimed at Holiday Shoppers

Fake apps have made their way to the Apple App Store just in time for holiday shoppers. The apps seemed to have originated from China and pose as retailers such as Dollar Tree, Foot Locker and Nordstrom. While some are harmless, others can steal your credit card information, install malware on your device and also[…]

4 Ways to Fight Off Infection at Work

BluZebra Quick Tech Tips 4 Ways to Fight Off Infection 1. Clean Your Keyboard and Mouse with an Approved Electronics Cleaning Cloth or Solution It is a fairly easy process to accomplish, and worth the effort for sure. Think about it – you dug into the candy dish after multiple people at the office, you[…]

3 Ways to Boost Mobile Security

BluZebra Quick Tech Tips 3 Ways to Boost Mobile Security 1. Set a pin or passcode. This is your first line of defense. If someone wants to access your device, they will first need to break this code. This is not an easy task, and can operate as a deterrent against theft. Some device manufacturers[…]

5 Ways to Stay Secure Online

BluZebra Tech Tips 5 Ways to Stay Secure Online 1. Hook up to a network that you know. Free Wi-Fi is tempting, but be sure that you consider who is providing the connection. Public connections at the local coffee shop are usually unsecured and leave your machine open to outsiders. While these networks provide a[…]