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07 07, 2020

Effective Cybersecurity Strategies for Your Business

Cyberthreats aren't going away any time soon. Cybercrime is a big business, and it's still growing. The need to secure your business will continue to grow. But you can adopt the mindset of the[...]

11 05, 2020

6 Common Cybersecurity Mistakes You Can Fix Now

Cybercriminals are clever and on the lookout for vulnerable businesses. They exploit common mistakes and flaws to breach systems, then steal, disrupt, or hold businesses for ransom. But here's the[...]

03 01, 2019

8 Questions the C-Suite Should Ask Multi-Factor Authentication Vendors

Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is an essential piece of security for any modern business. Whether you're trying to meet compliance requirements or trying to increase the security of your[...]

27 12, 2018

Poor Passwords and the Rise of Multi-Factor Authentication

Password security is one of the most important issues facing information security today. A large percentage of data breaches involve weak or stolen passwords.

30 05, 2017

Can Your Password Stand Up to a Data Breach?

At this point, it seems like companies ask you to change your password frequently, because something got hacked. In fact, in June of 2016, Fortune Magazine said, "It's almost fashionable to become[...]

14 02, 2017

What the Future of Password Security Looks Like

{By Restech |} February 14, 2017 | Password Security | 0 Comments

Over the years, the public has experienced the drawbacks of relying on weak passwords - including the likes of credit card fraud and identity theft. However, despite the many negative consequences[...]

29 12, 2016

6 Ways a Hacker Plans to Crack Your Passwords

{By Restech |} December 29, 2016 | Password Security, Password Hack | 0 Comments

Hacking happens everywhere and can happen to anyone. The first line of defense against any good hack is a good password. A strong and complex password can withstand even a brutal cyber attack.

09 11, 2016

5 Tips for Data Breach Victims

{By Restech |} November 09, 2016 | Data Breach, Password Security | 0 Comments

No one likes a hacked account.  A hacked account can result in financial loss, identity theft, or just a whole lot of wasted time.  None of which is fun.  But unfortunately, you don’t have too[...]