Tag: security

Windows Update can sometimes be a pain.  While it’s both necessary and helpful to have security and stability updates automatically delivered to your PCs, this all too often results in restarts and downloads happening at the most unhelpful times. Fortunately it’s very easy to control…

We all work on sensitive and private documents and websites at times, and doing this in privacy when people can be walking around you can be a difficult thing.  Fortunately there are some quick and easy ways to secure your desktop to prevent other people…

Two Factor Authentication (sometimes called TFA) is a brilliant way to secure your online accounts.  Having a long, secure, and unique password for each service is a must, but two-factor authentication can make your accounts almost completely uncrackable. The way TFA works is that when…

Keeping our data safe, and our computers secure can seem like an enormous headache, especially if you’re not a technically-minded person.  Luckily Microsoft have made keeping your PC, laptop, or tablet secure and safe from viruses, malware and hackers.  In the System Tray (the small…

We all need secure passwords for the websites and services we use, but they can be so difficult to use and remember. In this video Mike Halsey guides you through the passwords minefield, discusses what’s not and what is secure, and looks at simple and…

Whatever version of Windows you’re using, the threat of virus and malware infection is always a common danger. From key loggers and Trojans, intent on stealing passwords and data, to malware that can disable individual PCs or even a company network, the cost to business…

Virus and malware infection can plunge any business or organization into crisis as it spreads from one PC to another across a network, encrypts files, and downs desktops and servers. This course, Windows Virus and Malware Troubleshooting, will first teach you about the different types…