Connecting With Free Online Cybersecurity Tools and Educational Resources

Many of the major data breaches of 2014 affected large businesses and corporations, though a number of small- and medium-sized businesses also experienced malicious attacks on company data. Regional chains, municipal government agencies, and even non-profit organizations have had to tighten their security protocols in order to prevent similar breaches from occurring. A whole new […]

The Four Easy Steps to Getting Your Website Back Online Quickly When Your Host Goes Down

Everyone with a comprehensive website has experienced that nightmare moment when the server goes down on their website. If you operate an online business, having your website go down for even a few moments can completely ruin your sales, so it is important to make sure that you have a through plan of attack once […]

Is the Next Cloud Storage Evolution Here?

Cloud computing is a ubiquitous concept these days, with many major tech companies offering some form of cloud storage to consumers. Unlike other methods, cloud storage allows users to store a host of data remotely. This option is far more convenient, as it allows easy retrieval from any device that can access the internet. As […]

Taking a Behavioral-based Approach to DDoS Security

As the proliferation of online data has grown, so too has the need for companies to develop massive and complex virtual infrastructures in order to support their online traffic. These systems offer users untold benefits in terms of front-end experience, web performance, and data storage. Yet one of the unfortunate consequences that has arisen from […]

Will Web Hosting Companies Ever Be a Target of Cyber Attack?

With a slew of hackings and compromised customer information, cyber attacks have quickly come to the forefront of attention in the United States and around the world. With the human race’s increasing dependency on technology, vital and private information is stored on devices that most people trust to be quite secure. Yet the public has […]

Can You Be Held Liable for a Website You Host?

Web hosting seems like a straightforward business. You provide a server for customers to create websites on, and that’s that. Hosting is not always so simple, however. A little bit of content that violates copyright, is involved in cyber bullying, or incites violence and terror attacks can cause a huge stir, and the action you […]

NSA Data Collection: Is it Possible to Remain Anonymous and Still Be on the Web?

Thanks to incredible advancements in technology, it is possible for anyone to upload the most intimate and personal details of their life to the internet with just a few clicks of a button. While this convenience makes it possible to shop online, browse endlessly, and share the details of one’s life with family members and […]

Can You Be Required by Law Where to Host Your Website?

The Russian Duma passed an amendment regarding the regulation of personal data. The law will likely require all domestic and foreign companies to store data on servers physically located in Russia to stay in compliance with new regulations, and the law is anticipated to take effect in September of 2016. Russian equivalent of the FCC […]

Is Your Server Secure? How Vulnerable Is Your Data to Hackers?

The recent Heartbleed bug brought pertinent security issues to light. Multiple security redundancies are not preferable when combating ransomware; they are necessary. Victims of ransomware such as Heartbleed have already jeopardized numerous types of server security. Heartbleed has prompted widespread public awareness announcements for webmasters, IT experts, and almost every person who owns a smartphone.