Defendify logo Cybersecurity. Simplified.
  1. Own IT: Social Media Safety for Business

    October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM), and this year’s theme is “Own IT. Secure IT. Protect IT.” We discussed NCSAM’s overall goals at the beginning of the month, and in the next three weeks, we’ll dive into key parts of the theme as they relate to Small Business and the cybersecurity providers they rely on. Part 1 of 3 in our NSCAM-focused series spotlights a component of Owning IT: Never Click and Tell: staying safe on social media.

    Read More
  2. A Good Referee Keeps the Game Safe

    Basketball fan or not, March Madness is a springtime staple in friendly competition. With the rise of online brackets, it can be a great way to connect with friends and family for a little fun. So, when a friend sends you a bracket invitation in the middle of the week, you probably want to check it out right away!The average worker spends six paid hours at work building their bracket, checking scores and rankings, and watching the games.

    Read More
  3. Stay #CyberAware this National Cybersecurity Awareness Month

    This October is a big month in the cybersecurity world – it’s the 15th annual National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, led by the National Cyber Security Alliance and the Department of Homeland Security. National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) was created as a collaborative effort between government and industry to ensure every American has the resources they need to stay safer and more secure online.Defendify is proud to be a NCSAM Champion again this year, and to promote cybersecurity awareness in October and every month.

    Read More
  4. The Right, and Privilege, to Remain Private

    We hope you had a wonderful 4th of July! Fireworks were booming, grills were blazing, and cameras were popping.Social media is a fun and convenient way to show off your photos and connect with others, something many of us do personally and professionally. But we’re a little more hesitant today than we were last Independence Day, and starting to wonder what Privacy is and whether or not it exists anymore.

    Read More
  5. To LinkedIn, or not to LinkedIn... That is the Question

    It’s not uncommon to receive seemingly random (and harmless) Linkedin connection requests from people you don’t know. Maybe it’s from someone in the same industry or with a similar personal interest. Or even someone completely unrelated but with an irresistible smile, just wanting to “network.” So how do you know that person is real and if you should make that connection?

    Read More