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The 10 Zoom Web Meeting Safety Tips that You Need to Know

All over the world businesses and professionals are coming together through remote work. It may still be risky to gather in the workplace, but through the availability of high-speed home internet and cloud-based software – we can keep the wheels of commerce rolling. A big part of our global transition to remote teams working from home has been Zoom and other video meeting platforms. Continue Reading

Social Hacking Tactics During the Coronavirus

In a time when businesses and individuals are stepping up and helping their neighbors, the true nature of a hacker really shines through. Right now, businesses are offering sick-leave, donating medical supplies, and some are even opening their doors as supplemental hospitals. Professionals are either risking their lives to help others or are dutifully working from home to help contain the virus spread. Continue Reading

Power Your Work-at-Home Employees With Remote Desktop (RDP)

At BWS Technologies, we are looking at a global workforce that has been forced by COVID-19’s threat to a new focus on working at home (WAH). This novel virus started in China, and, as of late March 2020, has impacted more than 189 countries and territories. There is no disputing the need for social isolation, and there is a need for public and private workforces to be innovative without decreasing productivity. Continue Reading

11 Essential Ways to Secure BYODs and Protect your Workplace Network

From small businesses to international enterprises, the BYOD trend is a budget-smart and employee-flexible policy that can seriously expand your workforce capabilities. BYOD stands for Bring Your Own Device. It means that employees can use their own phones, laptops, and tablets to access work data and the workplace wifi network to do their job. BYOD saves the company money on providing devices and allows employees to use the devices they are most familiar with, and prevents having to juggle both personal and work devices. Continue Reading

5 Important Facts to Know About Juice Jacking to Protect Your Data

Juice jacking is a serious threat to people going about their normal business and simply trying to charge their devices in any public space. You would never even think it was something that could happen unless you’re looking out for it. Here are some important things you need to know about juice jacking and how it can cause people to damage your devices and steal your personal information. Continue Reading

19 Examples of Lines Hackers use for Social Engineering Attacks – Part 2 of 2

 

“This video is soooo funny. Just click the link and you’ll see what I’m talking about. OMG so cute!”

A personal contact approach is often used when hackers just want you to click the link. Many people don’t think twice about clicking a funny “youtube” link from a friend or relative to lift their spirits at work. But if the email address is unusual, don’t. Besides, why aren’t they sharing it with you on Twitter like usual? Continue Reading