5 Mistakes To Avoid When Creating Passwords For Your Business Accounts

5 Mistakes To Avoid When Creating Passwords For Your Business Accounts

While it’s old news that passwords provide the most important layer of protection for your various business related accounts (emailing, accounting, online banking, PayPal, to name but a few), many small business owners still fail to pay proper attention to crucial details when creating passwords for their confidential accounts.

Working at a privacy company allows me to talk to and gain insight into the privacy practises of small business customers and I’m often shocked to find out how rudimentary mistakes they make when it comes to safeguarding their accounts.

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Sad But True: TrueCrypt Says Goodbye For Good. Migrate Your Data To East-tec SafeBit

Sad but true: TrueCrypt says goodbye for good. Migrate your data to east-tec SafeBit

In case you have been using the popular encryption product, please pay close attention to the information we share in this article, since your data privacy is likely to be in danger. TrueCrypt’s recent, mysterious end-of-life announcement has shocked the crypto-world and a huge number of worldwide users. The announcement officially states that “Using TrueCrypt is not secure as it may contain unfixed security issues” and that “the development of TrueCrypt was ended in 5/2014 after Microsoft terminated support of Windows XP. You should migrate any data encrypted by TrueCrypt to encrypted disks or virtual disk images supported on your platform.”

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Windows XP End Of Support-Best Practices For Secure Migration From The OS

Windows XP End Of Support-Best Practices For Secure Migration From The OS

Microsoft has ended its support for the very popular OS on April 8, 2014. If that move made you decide to migrate to Windows 7, or 8 in fear of increasing privacy threats, we would like to draw your attention to some crucial privacy steps you need to take in order to guarantee a secure transition. We are going to walk you through security issues from backup to HDD sanitization.

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Windows XP End Of Support-Privacy Protection Best Practices If You Stick With The OS

Windows XP end of support-Privacy protection best practices if you stick with the OS

April 8, 2014 marked the day when Microsoft ended its support–after 13 years– for one of its most successful OS ever, Windows XP. Since you are likely to be one of the millions of users this move has left guessing whether it is the beginning of the end when it comes to privacy security, in this article we would like to address the most important privacy concerns surrounding the issue. But before doing so, we would like to issue an official statement for our customers using Windows XP.

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