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Make sure EVERY employee knows what they can and cannot do with company technology. Ongoing training is crucial.
Top 10 (or 11) tips for protecting the information on your phone
Don't use real information when setting up security questions. That information is too easy to find online. Make something up. Get creative. Lie about your security questions!
Are you backing up your WEBSITE?
Learn how even strong passwords can work against you
Keep sensitive and important data, files, pictures, contracts, etc., on a secure private cloud service, so it’s never on your employee’s hard drive in the first place. By storing this information in the cloud, you can immediately revoke access when a device goes missing.
Why you might want to cover up your webcam with a sticker
It's not just about downloading unauthorized software, but also about where your data lives. Everything is riding on the line!
Keep your banking computer separate
Wait until you hear this story about what a secretary did
I won’t tell your clients this, but you may be putting them at risk
You probably won’t guess what it is, but…
Do these 3 things to make sure you’re not screwing up
Don’t think it won’t happen to you, because stats say it will...
Use this simple checklist to make sure you’re compliant
Immediately do this, please!
It will take 2 seconds but save you.
Virtually every electronic device comes with "free" pre-installed software. Ask yourself one question: Why is anything free?
IT Security Tip: Bookmark the LEGITIMATE websites you frequently visit
IT Security Tip: What is the “Dark Web” anyway?
IT Security Tip: How to spot a phishing e-mail
Stupid: trying to be your own cybersecurity expert. Irresponsible: trusting your IT person without a 3rd party audit. We'll give you the top 9 things to look for to know if you are properly protected!
If large companies with seemingly unlimited resources still get hacked, what hope do the rest of us have? We'll tell you exactly what hope we have!
100% of law firms were targeted by cyber-criminals in the first quarter of 2020. We never speak in absolutes. But this is an absolute.
In a mad dash to work from home, security was largely overlooked. It's understandable when the world is falling apart, but it's time to step back and take a closer look at how you have exposed your organization to data breaches, hacking, and ransomware. Some have already learned the hard way. Don't let it happen to you!
Is bank fraud on your radar? It should be. We break down a $400,000 heist that could happen to any of us. It's not about the dollar amount, but how it happened. It can happen to any of us. And most likely will. Here's how to prevent it!
Using out of date software is irresponsible. But Windows 95?!? Come on, people! That's just stupid!
Stepping over dollars to pick up pennies is stupid. Here's just one example.
I used the same password for 15 years! Pretty stupid...