30 Nov 2018

Mobile security threats

mobile security threats
Mobile security threats include both physical and software-based threats that can compromise the data on smartphones, tablets and similar mobile devices. Like viruses and spyware that can infect your PC, there are a variety of security threats that can affect mobile devices.

27 Nov 2018

Sender Policy Framework (SPF)

Sender Policy Framework

Sender Policy Framework (SPF) is a method of fighting spam emails. SPF is designed to prevent forged or spoofed emails being sent by checking and validating that the sender is authorised to send email from the domain they're claiming to be from.

21 Nov 2018

Firefox Monitor will let you know if your online account was breached

firefox monitor

Data breaches are common for online services. Most people don’t know they have been affected by a data breach. This makes it difficult for affected people to secure their online accounts as they don’t know they’re insecure in the first place. This is why Firefox Monitor was launched to notify users when they visit a site that has been breached in the past.

19 Nov 2018

Tips to stay safe on social media

social media
With so many people using social media today, sites such as Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Instagram, Snapchat, LinkedIn etc have changed the way people use the Internet; allowing you to meet, interact, and share with people around the world. With all this comes risks to you, your family, friends etc and these sites make perfect targets for scams. How can you stay safe online?

29 Oct 2018

How to migrate other security vendor database to Check Point with SmartMove

checkpoint smartmove
Check Point SmartMove tool enables you to migrate to Check Point R80.10 and above in a fast & simple way by automatically converting 3rd party databases containing firewall, NAT, objects and policies to Check Point databases.

25 Sep 2018

How to use 3rd party SFP Transceivers / Modules on Cisco Routers and Switches

SFP Modules / Tranceivers
When you plug-in a 3rd party transceiver on Cisco Router or Switch, with terminal monitor on, you will see a log message indicating that the hardware platform has detected an invalid SFP like below: