What is Zero-Day vulnerability?
March 01, 2021 | Cyber Security, Cyberattack, Covid 19
“Zero-day” vulnerability refers to a freshly discovered software exposure. It is a cyber-attack that occurs on the same day a weakness is found in software. Because the developer has just learned of the flaw, it also means an official patch or updates to fix the issue hasn’t been released.
3 Things You Need To Know Before Reopening Your GTA Office
June 11, 2020 | Covid-19, Tips & Tricks, Logical Talk
As the restrictions ease and employees start returning to work, small and medium-sized businesses are expected to lay the groundwork ahead of time. Being careful, prepared and closely monitor the frequently changing situation is of utmost importance.
Covid-19: How To Turn Weaknesses Into Strengths?
June 04, 2020 | Helpful Advice, Covid-19
It’s all in how you view what you think are weaknesses and how you treat them. Rendall explains that rather than taking action in spite of your weaknesses, you should find ways in which they can actually be assets.
Your Vulnerability To A Cyber Attack Has Increased
May 07, 2020 | Cyber Security, Tips & Tricks, Helpful Advice, Covid-19
Work-At-Home WARNING: Did you Set Your Team Up To Work From Home WITHOUT Implementing The Right Cyber Security Measures? You’re Now MORE VULNERABLE To A Cyber-Attack!
COVID-19: How to Work From Home Guide For Employees
March 18, 2020 | Tips & Tricks, Helpful Advice, Covid-19
With cases increasing every day and closing of the U.S. Canada border for non-essential travel, local businesses across Ontario are doing their part by having employees work from home for non-essential services. For many of us, this will be the first time working from home. And once again, panicking is not an option. Here are some of the tips that will help you be the responsible and star employee you always strive to be.