Recently, a story broke in Florida that sounds like something out of a terse action film: a hacker managed to access a water treatment facility and subjected the Pinellas County water supply with increased levels of sodium hydroxide. While onsite operators were able to correct the issue right away and keep the public safe from danger, this event is the latest in a line of cyberattacks directed at public utilities. Let’s consider this unpleasant trend.
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Email is undeniably a useful tool, but it can be a real drag on productivity and a hindrance to manage. Then again, there are some messages that you absolutely need to keep track of as they contain sensitive information. Gmail makes keeping messages under your thumb simple.
If I were to take away all of your computers and workstations, would your business still have all of its data? What if I were to take your server out of the equation? What if I were to take your backup device? How long would it take for you to gain access to your files again?
This is exactly what ransomware does—your data across multiple devices can be lost instantly and hackers will extort you to get it back. But even if you are properly backed up, a disaster like this can do serious damage to your productivity and take a long time to recover from, if your backup solution isn’t properly implemented.
Google search is synonymous with searching the internet, but that hasn’t stopped them from constantly innovating the service. One of the most recent updates is to give users more context for the content that returns on search results. This works to protect users from potentially clicking on websites that could contain threats. Today, we discuss this innovation and how it will look to the end-user.