Security Systems

What Are the Most Common Electrical Safety Risks in an Office?

Most workplaces today rely heavily on all sorts of technology and electronics to keep their day-to-day operations going. But while these modern solutions make work more efficient, they aren’t free of safety risks that have to be closely monitored and addressed.

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Client Data Protection—Tips for Accounting Firms

Data security is a critical concern for any business, but more so for accounting firms. These institutions are responsible for financial data, personal information, and all kinds of sensitive data; hence, they must remain cautious and vigilant to protect their client’s sensitive information. These firms owe a fiduciary duty to their clients and must follow

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Is Your Network Equipment Outdated?

Staying up-to-date in the digital world is essential as technology often changes at a moment’s notice. Despite this, several businesses are resorting to using older equipment to maintain their services. They run several risks, including bringing their service down for long intervals, which is a threat to their business. Here are the problems outdated network

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VPN Mistakes Most People Make

Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) are becoming more popular than ever, allowing people to anonymously access the internet. VPNs assist users in accessing inaccessible parts of the internet, while being secure from data collection and malicious forces on the internet. But there’s a way of using them to get the best effect, if any. Here are

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3 Ways To Protect Yourself From Cyber Attacks

Every business, large or small is at the risk of a cyber-attack. In most cases, these attacks are done to take over assets that criminals are looking to exploit.

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One Simple Strategy to Stop ‘Buddy Punching’ and Employee Time Theft

Whether you’re running a small business or a large corporation, accurate timekeeping is essential when you employ workers by the hours. Inaccurate timekeeping directly affects the company’s bottom line and can also lead to legal issues with overtime and worker compensation.

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Key Insights & Cyber Security Best Practices Post COVID-19

With most employees working from home during the pandemic, cyberattacks have become more rampant than ever. You would think otherwise given the advancement in network security systems, but the truth is false operations and data breaches are a glooming reality, especially during the pandemic. The FBI stated that the number of cyber-attacks complaints to their Cyber Division is

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Open Banking — Risks and Implications

Open banking has been growing in popularity rapidly, since it allows third parties to peep into your financial information, bypassing banks. At the same time, many customers like a lot of things about open banking; for example, third parties can help them manage their finances, spending, savings, etc. with ease if they have access to

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Software Development for Enterprise-Level Organizations

Information technology (IT) spending on enterprise software worldwide is expected to reach $426 billion in 2020. Enterprise-level organizations don’t use off-the-shelf software to carry out their business operations but develop customized software to meet the specific needs of their business.

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Mobile Money Security: Staying Secure When Using Banking Applications

Mobile money is a considerable step toward financial inclusion. This is exemplified in the fact that there are now over 290 live services in 95 countries, according to the GSMA State of the Industry Report on Mobile Money 2019. The industry achieved a significant milestone in the previous year as well—the number of registered mobile

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