Network Security

Redundancy

Network redundancy is defined as a process through which additional or alternate instances of network devices, equipment and communication mediums are installed within network infrastructure. In other words, it’s a fail-safe for any online business that needs to be connected to their customers at all times.

If your business is connected to the web in […]

The Importance of Low-Risk Data Centers

In February of this year, Insurance Journal published an article on 2013’s Oklahoma tornadoes and the high insurance payout that the natural disasters caused. According to the Insurance Information Institute (I.I.I.), this disaster resulted in an almost $2 billion dollar climb in insurance claims.  Oklahoma is now the most expensive state for natural disasters insurance payouts. […]

Don’t Lose Your Data: Back-Up, Back-Up, Back-Up!

There is a proliferate amount of people who are opting to store their data in ‘the cloud.’ This basically means that the location of their data is not in their desktop computer, mobile phone, or external hard-drive, but instead is stored in one or more data centers across the globe. This migration to the […]

Log in with Your Facebook Account — How Safe Is It?

By |October 31st, 2013|Network Security|1 Comment

Every day internet users find themselves creating personal accounts for many different activities on the internet. Whether it’s shopping, commenting, logging into a newly downloaded app, or even playing an RPG game online, most times the website requires the user to create an account to access services.

Why? There are many reasons for this. Service providers […]

Codes, Clues, Cryptic: What’s Your password? Wait..Don’t answer that.

By |October 20th, 2013|Network Security|0 Comments

With the world wide web expanding every day, more and more accounts are being setup on different sites, software, and systems. So how do you keep track of them all and how do you know they are safe? Here are some tips that can help:
Rule number one: do not tell a single soul.
Passwords are […]

Why has Everyone Gone MIA?

By |October 13th, 2013|Internet, Network Security|0 Comments

Missing with Internet Access.
October’s Cyber Awareness Month was created not only to encourage us to create a safe, secure, and resilient cyber environment, but also to show how far the cyber world has come. Ironically, our daily lives tend to be so engrossed in the Cloud that we have a month designated to remind […]

The Truth about Cyber Bullying

By |October 7th, 2013|Internet, Network Security|0 Comments

As part of October’s Cyber Security Month we would like
to shed some light on an issue that may affect our customers as well our employees.
Cyber bullying or social media bullying is the use of the Internet and related technologies to harm or harass other people, in a deliberate, repeated, and hostile manner. Just as Internet security […]

Cyber Security Awareness: You Gotta Have It!

October marks the 10th Anniversary for the National Cyber Security Awareness Month. The Department of Homeland Security has partnered once more with the National Cyber Security Alliance and the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center to create awareness in the both the private and public internet sectors. Huntleigh Technology Group joins these efforts in […]