8
Jun

How Your Remote Employees Could Be Threatening Your Business

Written by: Jay H. Cybersecurity is critical for your business operations. Without proper procedures in place, you risk exposure to costly ransomware, data theft, and data loss. However, while most worry about external bad actors threatening their organization, your employees could be posing just as big of a risk. A new survey by HP Wolf Security found that many remote

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3
Jun

How To Connect To A Shared Folder On Your Network

Written by: Jay H. Shared directories on your organization’s network make it for you and colleagues to access files. However, connecting to shared directories can seem a little tricky if you’re not sure how to. Fortunately, in just a few steps you can be accessing your company’s shared files! Here’s how to connect to a shared folder on your network.

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31
May

Why Your SMB Needs A Business Continuity Plan

Written by: Jay H. Uncontrollable events like fires, floods, earthquakes, or cyberattacks could hit your organization and severely disrupt operations. If disaster struck your business, would you know what to do? Fortunately, having a business continuity plan (BCP) in place can help your business recover quickly in case of an emergency. Here’s what you need to know about BCPs. What

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27
May

Beware Of New QuickBooks Phishing Campaign

Written by: Jay H. Intuit has warned that a new phishing campaign is targeting small business users of the accounting software QuickBooks with fake account suspension warnings. This warning came after multiple users reported receiving fake phishing emails notifying them of a supposed failed business information review. “We’re writing to let you know that after conducting a review of your

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20
May

Top Phishing Email Scam Subject Keywords

  Written by: Jay H. Phishing is the top cybersecurity threat facing individuals and organizations alike. Last year, forty-three percent of data breaches involved phishing, demonstrating just how widespread the issue is. A recent report from Expel analyzes phishing emails and uncovers the most common tactics scammers use to trick victims successfully. After analyzing ten thousand malicious emails, Expel determined the top

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14
May

How To Reduce Cyberattack Risk For Your Organization

Written by: Jay H. Every business is at significant risk of a cyberattack. Indeed, 42 percent of businesses experienced a cyberattack in the last year, yet many businesses still do not take action to defend themselves. Reducing your firm’s cyberattack risk should be one of your biggest priorities in order to prevent costly breaches. Here are some ways you can

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9
May

How To Set Up Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) On Your Accounts

Written by: Jay H. Online security is more important now than ever. We are becoming more and more reliant on technology and the Internet for both our business and personal lives. Unfortunately, this dependence on technology gives hackers more reason to target our online accounts. One way to protect your online accounts is to enable two-factor authentication (2FA) to require

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1
May

Nearly 30% Of Critical WordPress Plugin Vulnerabilities Unpatched

Written by: Jay H. Data breaches are an area of major concern nowadays. Cybercriminals constantly search for new vulnerabilities to exploit and data to steal. However, a shocking report from WordPress security provider PatchStack reveals that nearly 30 percent of flawed WordPress plugins never receive an update. Plugins increasingly vulnerable 2021 experienced a 150 percent increase in the number of

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24
Apr

4 Ways To Improve Your Company’s Mobile Device Security

Written by: Jay H. Mobile devices are a major aspect of our work and personal lives. We access a plethora of sensitive information on our devices, including emails, stored passwords, and company data. However, your company’s mobile devices can pose a risk to your organization without implementing security measures. Let’s go over how to improve your company’s mobile device security.

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19
Apr

Ransomware Victims Hit Multiple Times

Written by: Jay H. Ransomware has dominated headlines in the past couple of years, and 2021 was no exception. Unfortunately, ransomware is only growing as a threat – and successful attacks are costing organizations even more. Many businesses that fall victim to ransomware end up paying the costly ransom in hopes of retrieving their data. However, many end up paying

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