Entries by GB Tech

Cybersecurity now and beyond

What’s the future of cybersecurity? AI will dominate cybersecurity, the security skills gap will widen, and we’ll see more IoT threats in the next decade.

What you need to know about the dark web

Did you know that the “dark web” presents a genuine security threat to your business? It’s crucial you understand how the dark web works and why it’s a security threat. But even more importantly, you need to know how to protect your business data from the cybercriminals who thrive there.

7 tips for keeping your organization cyber safe

Did you know that cyber vulnerabilities are among the top global threats? You should be concerned about cyber insecurity. But more importantly, prepare your organization, IT infrastructure, employees, and even customers to face every possible cyber threat.

Bringing AI to the cybersecurity arms race

Safeguarding digital assets is now a war of intelligence. Thanks to AI, you can deploy sophisticated systems to automate various IT security processes. But attackers are also responding in kind with smarter threats and tactics. It all comes down to who can outwit the other.

Data backup and recovery made simple

A dependable data backup and disaster recovery strategy is essential for business continuity and survival. Base your data backup plan on the 3-2-1-1 rule to spread out data loss risks and ensure data availability and integrity even in the face of IT disasters.

Increase productivity with these Chrome extensions

Chrome is the most popular desktop internet browser today, thanks to its ability to load applications, multiple tabs, and web pages with lightning speed. Boost productivity with these Chrome extensions –StayFocused, OneTab, Mercury Reader, Grammarly for Chrome, Ghostery, Todoist, and LastPass.

3 smart reasons to start using a VPN

Some people believe that there is no such thing as online privacy. But there is, and it’s easier to achieve than you think. VPNs are the simple online tools that make online privacy a reality for any internet user, regardless of their location, device, ISP, or access point.

What is multi-factor authentication (MFA), and why should I use it?

Many businesses, software vendors, and online services are moving away from password-only verification to multi-factor authentication, and you should, too. Passwords are fundamentally flawed and notoriously difficult to secure. MFA makes user identity and access management safer and more dependable.

The best Chrome extensions for online security and privacy

Did you know that websites can breach your online privacy by collecting, storing, and using your browsing data even without your consent? These privacy violations may start with harmless intentions. Still, they can end up exposing you to online dangers and risks.