As the use of electronic signature systems grow, it’s important you understand the implications before integrating them into your business. Such as…
We sat down with Scott McKinnel, a manager at international cybersecurity company Tenable, to discuss the cyber threats putting businesses at risk and what can be done to crack down on these vulnerabilities.
Specialist advisers can now apply for grants from the Federal Government to help small business employers in metropolitan and regional areas take advantage of digital opportunities. As part of its Australian Small Business Advisory Services (ASBAS) program, the Federal Government will invest up to $18.02million over three years on the provision of low cost, high… Continue reading Applications now open for funding to help small business pursue digital opportunities
Everybody who launches a small to mid-size business of their own these days hopes to hit the bull’s eye as soon as possible. The problem is there are literally millions of other people aiming at the same target. This produces competition of millions, meaning the risk of failing to stand out is high. Here are… Continue reading How to give your business a bigger growth potential
There can be no debate on whether internet has seeped its way into the world of business, including small businesses. In fact, it might even be more appropriate to use the term bulldozed its way into it. And while this is definitely the case, there are still plenty of small businesses (according to some sources… Continue reading Is your small business secure online?
We all love to connect with our friends and family online. Whether it’s the fun of choosing the best angle for your selfie, finding long-lost school friends or talking about the latest trends or news, 11 million Australians make Facebook a daily habit. In Facebook’s monthly hot topics data for September, we saw the Pope,… Continue reading 6 Ways to protect your business and personal information on Facebook
With high profile security breaches such as the iCloud and Sony hacks hitting the headlines last year, the concern for the security of our own personal information and sensitive data continues to mount as we await the next high profile attack.
Android users on Android 4.3 or older are facing security risks to their phones and tablets after Google decided to stop delivering security updates.
Not having anti-virus on your smartphone is a common mistake. In fact, some surveys have estimated only about 5 per cent of smartphone users are using a mobile antivirus software.
We all have skeletons in our closet, and the risk of having embarrassing personal information or sensitive business data leaked and posted online is higher than we may think.