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What Businesses Can Learn from the Twitter Security Breach

Last week Twitter was involved in a breach that resulted in the compromise of high-profile accounts including those of President Barack Obama, Democratic candidate Joe Biden, and Tesla CEO Elon Musk. According to Twitter, attackers targeted certain Twitter employees through a social engineering scheme. The attackers successfully manipulated a small number of employees and used…

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Why Security Awareness Training is Not Optional

Your employees are one of the weakest links in your cybersecurity chain. And, with phishing attacks up 500% since the pandemic started, it doesn’t matter whether you’re a small business or a multinational enterprise, cybersecurity awareness training is no longer optional.   Better training prevents breaches Most breaches are NOT the result of a technological…

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Key Steps for Securing Your Clients’ PII

Protecting your clients’ personal information (PII) from hackers requires a layered approach. There is no one magic bullet that will save your firm from the almost continual assault against your technology network and systems. Here is a recommended approach for protecting your firm from the dire economic consequences of data theft and loss of your…

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How to keep your employees from unintentionally causing a security breach

With employees using so many different network access points, from cell phones to laptops to personal computers, how can you organization hope to keep your network safe from hackers, viruses and other unintentional security breaches? There isn’t one magic bullet. Instead, business must take a multi-faceted approach. People, process, technology: People Never assume your employees…

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Why security awareness training is a smart investment

We hear about large businesses being breached on a regular basis. These are large firms with big budgets that spend lots of money on cybersecurity, yet the hackers are still getting through. If they can break into large businesses with strong fortification, they will be even more successful with SMBs — essentially, easier targets. You…

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Keeping your Business Cyber Secure in the New Year

2017 was an epic year for privacy breaches and cybersecurity issues. To start 2018 with a stronger IT security strategy, we are offering this simple and effective guidance: Social engineering is the number one way hackers are getting into your systems. They are going after the human link—the weakest link in IT security. Hackers know it…

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Questions to Ask Your Managed Services Provider About Cybersecurity

Can you trust your Managed Services Provider with your organization’s cybersecurity? Some businesses are lagging in cybersecurity protection because they cannot find a security professional with up-to-date security skills. The ever-changing nature of the cybersecurity threat landscape makes securing business’ infrastructures a struggle for CIOs. Often, cybersecurity measures are left to the managed services provider to…

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More Cyber Security Breaches: Beware of Phishing Attacks

Home Depot announced on Thursday that hackers who stole 56 million customer credit and debit card accounts also made off with 53 million customer email addresses. Home Depot stressed that the files containing the stolen email addresses did not contain passwords, payment card information or other sensitive personal information. However, that will not stop cyber thieves from…

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Security Awareness Training for SMBs: Email Security

Information to help employees avoid today’s most common cyber threats Your employees are a key component in protecting the security of your business’ technology infrastructure. Most employees will use the Internet on a daily basis without incidences, but it can harbor some hidden dangers. These risks can include exposure of sensitive information and infection by malware, which…

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