CBS and ethical hacker, MonsterCloud’s Zohar Pinhasi, investigate how an innocent USB drive can take over your computers within seconds.
“Social Engineering” and hacking is real threat to not only to the upcoming 2016 elections but also to small businesses who are particularly susceptible to hacking attacks.
MonsterCloud, a leader in outsourced IT and cloud services for small businesses, launched a new I.T. suite today designed specifically to help the increasing challenges faced by small and independent pharmacies. Dubbed “PharmOutIT”, the new service delivers everything that pharmacy owners need to support their business, from security, storage, phone service and industry software applications, to phones, laptops, monitors and Wi-Fi – all for a single, affordable price per month per user.
Despite its name, Hollywood, Fla.-based MonsterCloud wants to take the “monster” out of producing cloud-based services with all-in-one private clouds for SMBs.
Managing a small business IT environment is a beastly task, one that cloud computing was supposed to help solve. Instead, entrepreneurs quickly discover that they traded one burden for another.
Trusted IT advisors at MonsterCloud demonstrate how easy it is for cyber-hackers to use cell phones to access your network with intent to harm it and your business.
Top security expert at MonsterCloud discusses Ransomware and how it’s one of the biggest IT threats out there. Don’t pay the ransom.