A quick answer. Probably. Millions of retail and commercial routers have been compromised by a Russian malware called VPNFilter. According to the FBI, the amount of infected routers is way more than originally thought when they first released the warnings.
If you own or manage a company with about 5-25 employees, then you probably have assumed the unwanted position of "IT" person for the company. Really not what you want to do, or was hired to do. It somehow just becomes your problem because you know a little about it. It's a distraction from your
Research has now verified what most of us in the IT support business know; end user error is the key to security lapses. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not picking on the end users. In fact, the one thing I’ve been a long time advocate for is end user training for cyber-security basics. If this
In a recent meeting with a website marketing specialist, we were discussing what our company does so he could understand how best to promote our website. He suddenly stopped us mid-conversation and said “Wait a minute. I don’t need a computer at my office anymore for employees to work?” He had a look of surprise