Virtual Private Networks (VPNs): Your questions, answered

Data security has become more vital for your business these days as your employees work from home. With your staff unable to access corporate systems, your data becomes vulnerable to cyberthreats like malware and phishing attacks.

To protect your data, you should use strong passwords, keep your applications and security solutions updated, and conduct regular cybersecurity awareness training.

The dangers of the dark web to your business

It’s not enough to protect your business from cyberthreats like malware, distributed denial-of-service attacks, and phishing. For many organizations, the dark web is also becoming a concern.

What is the dark web?
The dark web is a hidden part of the World Wide Web, accessible only through special web browsers like Tor, which enables users and website owners to stay anonymous.

Ransomware: Your common questions, answered

Back in the day, malware such as viruses, spyware, and Trojan horses only had the ability to disrupt computer systems. But nowadays, there is one type of malware that poses a greater danger: ransomware.

Question 1: What is ransomware?
Ransomware is a type of malicious software that encrypts a user’s files, which can only be decrypted after paying a ransom, usually in Bitcoin or another cryptocurrency.

Is remote working here to stay?

The COVID-19 pandemic forced many Campbell businesses to adopt a remote work setup to curb the spread of the virus. But as more businesses slowly reopen to boost the economy, some companies are considering making the remote work option permanent.

Beneficial for both employees and employers
While remote work has many benefits for businesses, such as cost savings and reduced absenteeism, it also has perks for employees.

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