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Who has what passwords?

It may not be something on your radar, but let’s talk about why it should be. Your staff are signing up and logging in ...

Data Breaches Devastate Small Businesses in 2019 with 10 Percent Closing Their Doors

A new report from the National Cyber Security Alliance sheds some light on how prepared small and medium size businesses are and what the ...

Common Internet Scams

As technology continues to evolve, cybercriminals will use more sophisticated techniques to exploit technology to steal your identity, personal information, and money. According to the FTC, these are the top three kinds of threats reported in 2018:

A quick word about The Internet of Things (IoT)

Internet of Things (IoT) or smart devices refers to any object or device that is connected to the Internet. This rapidly expanding set of “things,” which can send and receive data, includes cars, appliances, smart watches, home security, and more. ...

Phishing Scams

Phishing attacks use email or malicious websites to infect your machine with malware and viruses in order to collect personal and ...

Creating strong passwords

Creating a secure and complex password is easier than you think. Follow these simple tips to shake up your password protocol: ...

Cyber Attacks and Ransomware —What are the Risks?

Across the small- to medium-size business landscape, security breaches are taking their toll. There has been a 41% increase in business disruption, which has reduced employee productivity by 33%. Coupled with the theft or destruction of your data (or your ...

Why is it so important to have unique passwords for all your online accounts?

A complex password is a necessity in the current age of cyberthreats, data breaches and other security incidents. Those of us who live in ...

Watch Out For Old Hacking Technique Offering Free Downloads

An old hacking technique is getting new attention from hackers around the world, and it underscores the fact that people must exercise extreme caution when it comes to deciding who to trust ...

Two-factor what?

Two-factor authentication (2FA for short), sometimes called multi-factor authentication, is a system in which you must verify your identity in two separate ways to ...

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