Here at ZeroFox, we get asked all the time, “what are your social media security best practices?” We’ve been experts in the space for some time and we’re always happy to spread the good word. As social media continues to be a critical tool for brand awareness and a top target of hackers, here are our top observations and 7 social media security best practices: Why Social Media Security Matters: Social media is an often overlooked area when it comes to information security. Because social is sometimes treated like a personal communication tool rather than a business platform, risk monitoring & governance, employee security awareness and corporate security policies are rarely in place. But social is undeniably a business system, one that we use daily to communicate with our customers, grow our revenues and engage our employees. According to Hootsuite, 52% of all online brand discovery happens in public social feeds. Fixing the neglect for social media security is a bit more tricky than simply realizing it exists, because unlike traditional business platforms (think email), the enterprise doesn’t control the data or the access. Organizations need to take a different approach. They need to build employee awareness and social media security best… Read More »7 Social Media Security Best Practices
Not Receiving Notifications on WhatsApp? 8 Fixes to Try If your WhatsApp notifications are not working, here are some fixes you can try out… WhatsApp is one of the most popular messaging apps out there. It’s free, fast, and supports multimedia sharing. It is possible to run into issues with WhatsApp on rare occasions. One common problem that you may face is when you don’t receive WhatsApp notifications despite all its other features working correctly. Either you don’t hear the notification sound, or your phone doesn’t show you the notification message preview. This can be frustrating, and if the problem isn’t fixed, you may miss an important notification. Here are some fixes you can try to start receiving WhatsApp notifications again… 1. Update WhatsApp If you don’t update WhatsApp frequently, you may run into issues with the app’s functioning. This may include you not receiving notifications on WhatsApp, having problems backing up your data, or having trouble making voice or video calls. To rule this out, go to the Play Store or App Store and see if a new update is available. To avoid experiencing this issues, turn on your auto-update settings after updating the app. This allows your phone… Read More »Not Receiving Notifications on WhatsApp? 8 Fixes to Try
Home Network Problems? 8 Diagnostic Tricks and Fixes to Try Have problems with your home network? Learn how to troubleshoot network connectivity problems and get back online! Of all the types of computer issues you can have, network problems are one of the worst. Though our computers can do a lot offline, being cut off from the internet isn’t fun. Even worse, when you can’t get online, it’s more difficult to research fixes for your problem. Let’s step through the basic process of how to troubleshoot network connectivity problems. That way, next time you open up your web browser to a Cannot Connect message, you’ll know what to do. Like all troubleshooting, we’ll start broadly and narrow down to specifics. After each step, try connecting to a website to verify that your connection is fixed. If it still doesn’t work, continue to the next part. 0. Make Sure It’s Actually Your Network Problem Sometimes, what seems like an issue with your network is actually a problem on a specific website’s end. If you can’t get on Twitter, for instance, check another few websites to make sure that the problem isn’t just with a single site. You can visit downfor.io, which is a short… Read More »Home Network Problems? 8 Diagnostic Tricks and Fixes to Try
When you talk about computer storage, you’re talking about hard drives. These devices are where all the data on your computer exists, from the operating system files that govern your device to the important work document that you absolutely can’t lose to the game you start up at the end of the day to relax. All of these are stored on your hard drive, so you want to make sure that you get the right kind of hard drive for whatever you are trying to do. There are three different kinds of hard drives: SATA, SSD and NVMe. In this article, you’ll learn about each type and what their strengths and weaknesses are. Whether you are considering buying or building a new PC or upgrading your current one, this should help you choose one over the others. What is a hard drive, and why do I need it? The hard drive is the component that stores your data. You’ll often see the term “hard drive” abbreviated to “HDD.” There are several reasons you might want to buy one: You are out of space on your current HDD and need a bigger one You are noticing that it takes a long… Read More »Types of hard drives: SATA vs. SSD vs. NVMe
Virtual Classroom A virtual classroom is a teaching and learning environment where participants can interact, communicate, view and discuss presentations, and engage with learning resources while working in groups, all in an online setting. The medium is often through a video conferencing application that allows multiple users to be connected at the same time through the Internet, which allows users from virtually anywhere to participate. A virtual classroom is also known as a virtual learning environment (VLE). We have a rich virtual classroom located at 2nd floor (IT Building)
Electronic Filing System An electronic filing system is a system of organizing files that utilizes hard drive space or network space. The system may either be computer software, an Internet-based program, or a simple file and folder system on the desktop of a computer.
Webmail for Students Institutional Webmail for M.S., Research, M.Phil and Ph.D. Students of University of Chittagong. Webmail (or web-based email) is any email client implemented as a web application running on a web server. And we have already implemented it.
Automation is transforming universities too. With today’s mainstream technology architectures where software applications access and update databases in real time. Through orchestration, applications send packets of information to each other as events happen and in response to triggers. They communicate seamlessly and continuously through tools such as web services, JSON feeds, and messaging/integration platforms. Business processes are designed to run themselves; they only send out alerts when problems or anomalies occur. Workflow, digital imaging, and analytics provide further enhancements. The real opportunities are in the automation of academic processes. At our university, when an admissions system admits a student, the system automatically creates the “WebID” and alerts the student so she can begin self-service instantly. From this perspective, automation is not something to be feared but rather a powerful tool. Automation helps the institution “run well” and minimizes administrative overhead, allowing resources to be directed toward the core mission. Universities own massive data sets that have yet to be fully mined for use in improving services. Students expect immediate access to information and services, requiring new technologies such as in-memory databases and state-of-the-art mobile apps. Just as we are seeing artificial intelligence infiltrate other industries such as Amazon’s use of… Read More »Automation
Nowadays the role of Information and Communication Technology (ICT), in the education sector plays an important role, especially in the process of empowering the technology into the educational activities. Education sector can be the most effective sector to anticipate and eliminate the negative impact of ICT. Technology in another side can be the most effective way to increase the student’s knowledge. The use of ICT in education adds value to teaching and learning, by enhancing the effectiveness of learning. It added a dimension to learning that was not previously available. After the inception of ICT in schools, students found learning in a technology enhanced environment more stimulating and engaging than in a traditional classroom environment. Our proposed ICT Courses: (Upon Approval) Certificate Course in Computer Application Certificate Course in Web Design and Development Certificate Course in Computer Hardware and Maintenance Certificate Course in Network Administration Certificate Course in Freelancing(Online Market Place) and Entrepreneur