Cybercriminals aren’t slowing down. By the time IT professionals have cracked the code of the latest threats, hackers have already created a new one to infiltrate your systems.
October 1st marks the beginning of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM)!
Clutch has announced its list of 2020 Clutch Leaders, and we’re happy to say that Switchfast Technologies was named as a leader in Illinois.
At Switchfast, we’re always staying up-to-date on the latest technology and software to keep your business safe. That’s why our team recently attended a virtual Cyber Security Summit.
As we continue to navigate the effects of COVID-19, newly remote offices are being presented with new challenges for their IT infrastructure and cybersecurity.
For five years in a row, Channel Futures has named Switchfast Technologies among their MSP 501.
Many of our small business clients have taken advantage of all the features that Microsoft 365 (formerly Microsoft Office 365) has to offer.
It’s every business owner’s worst nightmare -losing all of your data. Now is the time you’re wishing you had a backup, right?
Microsoft’s security team announced this week that a new type of ransomware has been detected, and that Microsoft users should remain vigilant for possible vulnerabilities or hackings.
No matter what platform you run your website on, it’s imperative to have measures in place to keep your data, your users and your information safe.
While the majority of society is facing setbacks and slowdowns due to Coronavirus, email cyberhackers are flourishing.
A deepfake is an image or a video manipulated online with machine-learning software to make them seem realistic. Deepfakes have become more and more advanced within the last few years, making them more difficult to pick out with the naked eye.
As COVID-19 continues to strain the health of people around the world, cybercriminals are finding ways to take advantage of it.
This phenomenon, called Zoom-bombing or Zoom hijacking, is the unfortunate product of hackers and less sophisticated internet trolls taking advantage of online meeting technology that has become popular during the COVID-19 pandemic – including Zoom.
After the Covid-19 outbreak, businesses are experiencing an increase of employees working from home. Here are some points to consider when working remotely.