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How do you defend your business against watering hole attacks?

In jungles and savannas, some animal species tend to gather in bodies of water to ward off the heat or have a drink of water. Many hunters use this predictability to easily snipe big game. Black hat hackers apply a similar principle when they launch a web exploit known as a watering hole attack against an organization.

Should I get a server for my business?

As your business grows, it will inevitably generate and accumulate more data. You can leverage these data to improve decision-making, predict consumer behavior, and measure the effectiveness of your marketing efforts. This is why it's important to equip your business with the tools and technologies needed to manage and protect your business data.

The lowdown on network management services

These days, a business's network is the backbone of their daily operations — it’s crucial in running a systematic way of communicating with customers, keeping important records, and tracking revenue. New Jersey businesses depend heavily on their networks, so it’s imperative that they’re reliable and secure, with optimal connectivity to boot.

Tips for controlling cloud spending

While the cloud is a cost-saving tool, your business may end up spending a lot in it if you’re scaling up your business. After all, you'll be using the vast amounts of computing power and data storage space that cloud providers offer — more than any small- and medium-sized business can hope to install in its own premises.

Do Macs need cybersecurity interventions?

Macs have a reputation for having good cybersecurity, as Apple has made it their top priority to maintain the integrity of the Apple ecosystem. All things considered, Macs remain some of the most secure computing devices on the market. But that doesn’t mean that Macs are invulnerable.

The pros and cons of local backups

Your business data should have backups — no ifs or buts about it. The real question is whether these backups should be kept in your office or not. To make this decision, you must understand local backups, your needs, and your spending abilities. Getting to know the pros and cons of local backups should also guide you in that process.

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