A cybercrime is a crime with some kind of computer or cyber aspect to it. It can take shape in a variety of formats, and from individuals or groups with different motivating factors. Cyber threats are fundamentally asymmetrical risks in that small groups of individuals can cause disproportionately large amounts
When you sign up with an Internet Service Provider you will either end up with a static IP address or a dynamic IP address. What’s the difference between the two?
Here’s what that means.
Dynamic means “constantly changing.” The prefix dyna means power; however, dynamic IP addresses aren’t more powerful, but they
The risk of malware infection may be inevitable–but that doesn’t mean you can’t take steps to protect your Windows computers from attack. Here are some measures that will help minimize the threat.
Patch management for clients and servers
Keeping current with Windows Updates ensures that your clients and servers will be patched