Category Archives: Security Advice

Fixing Your Weakest Link: Your Employees

Fixing Your Weakest Link: Your Employees You can have every piece of security hardware in the books: firewall, backup disaster recovery device, and even anti-virus. However, your employees will still be the biggest vulnerability in your organization when it comes to phishing attacks. How do you mitigate as much risk as possible? Create and Strictly Enforce…
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Breaches – Are you on a Hackers Watchlist?

Since 2010, billions of people have had their data stolen from one or more business sectors. The field of technology is constantly expanding, and with new technology comes new ways of breaching seemingly secure data. As technology advances, people tend to forget about outdated technology and grow less concerned about security. It’s critical to ensure…
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Mischievous Malware – Part 2 – Malvertising

We are continuing our discussion from yesterday about mischievous malware. Now that you are a bit familiar with the mischievous malware that could corrupt your devices, it’s time to delve into a lesser known malware scam. Malvertising. This has been gaining headway on Google, so much so, they created an individual landing page asking consumers…
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