What is the dark web and why should you be concerned about it?

What comes to your mind when you hear the term “dark web”? Do you think of some sketchy area on the web where evil things happen? Or some place online where you can’t easily be found? The truth is, the dark web is a hidden part of the World Wide Web only accessible through a special web browser like TOR. This enables users and website owners to stay unidentified.

What is DNS tunneling, and what are its dangers?

The last thing that a business owner wants to happen within their organization is a data breach, especially now that cybercriminals are constantly coming up with new ways to steal sensitive data such as customer information and intellectual property (IP).

But even after businesses have implemented a myriad of data security solutions such as cloud security, antivirus software, and the like, some cybercriminals are still able to infiltrate those defenses.

4 Reasons content filtering is a more important IT tool than you realize

According to Sprout Social, almost 20% of employees spend at least an hour every day using social media. That could cost you a lot of money, but stunted productivity isn’t the only cost of infamous distractions like Facebook.

Filtering out certain websites and other online services also prevents inappropriate, objectionable, or even dangerous content from reaching your employees’ screens.