Your #1 Hacking Threat Is INSIDE Your Own Organization

Every movie portrays hackers in pretty much the same way. When it comes to crunch time, they crack their knuckles, sit down at the keyboard, and begin tapping away at lightning speed. The timer is ticking down, the music reaches its peak of tension,…

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Why Disaster Recovery Planning Matters More Than You Think

Let’s face it, data is the nucleus of your business. That means that a single ransomware attack could wipe you out in a matter of minutes. Today’s cybercriminals are raking in literally billions of dollars (yes, billions) preying on the unwary, the…

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4 Sneaky Ways Cybercriminals Used Phishing In 2017

Cybercriminals were more active in 2017 than ever before, with a staggering array of high-profile hacking incidents in the news each month. Here are four of the ways hackers used phishing to penetrate some of the most secure networks in the country…

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4 Emails You Should NEVER Open

No matter how “bomb-proof” we make your network, you and your employees can still invite a hacker in if you click on a link or open an attachment in an e-mail sent by a cybercriminal. Some spam is obvious (can you say, “Viagra at a discount”?) but…

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Natural Disaster Data Recovery and Repair

Natural Disasters Can Destroy, But Your Data Is Safe If It’s In The Cloud

This past hurricane season has brought some of the most harrowing, widespread destruction the southeastern United States has ever been forced to weather. But, despite the enormous, tragic cost of these natural disasters, the people of these…

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Four Cyber Monday Safety Tips

Cyber Monday is projected to have a record-high $6.6 billion in sales today, according to Adobe Analytics. Although the deals can save you an outrageous amount of money, being scammed into credit card fraud can do the exact opposite. Just last year,…

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Computer Disaster For Small Business Networks

The 3 Most Expensive & Deadly Computer Disasters That Wipe Out Small Business Owners … And How To Avoid Them

Have you ever lost an hour of work on your computer? Now imagine if you lost days or weeks of work – or imagine losing your client database, financial records, and all of the work files your company has ever produced or compiled. Imagine what would…

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How To Avoid Being Hacked - Tips For Computer Networks

Top Tricks Cybercriminals Use To Hack Your Computer Network

There’s no denying that cybercrime is on the rise. All it takes is a glance at a few big news stories from the past couple years. Equifax gave up the information of over 100 million people, many of them not even users, to a surgical hacker attack.…

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Are You Relying On Cheap, Online Backups For Your Data?

Your business network creates a lot of important data every day, which means you need regular backups to ensure that you always have access to this information. Many cloud storage services offer remote backup for low prices, but the promise of cheap…

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Spooked About Your Network’s Security? – 7 Types of Attacks

You should be, unless somebody’s keeping a vigilant eye on it for you… Not too long ago, in a place not so far away...when ancient hordes attacked your city, a single breach in the wall could mean certain death – or at least the end of life as you…

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What Spammers Don’t Want You To Know About Permanently Blocking Their Vicious E-mails!

Spam e-mails are not only annoying and time-consuming, but they’re also becoming more dangerous to your personal privacy and the security of your computer. Millions of computer users are getting infected, spoofed, and tricked by spam e-mails every…

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Computer Network Monitoring and Maintenance for Businesses

Why Regular Monitoring And Maintenance Is Critical For Today’s Computer Networks

The fact of the matter is, computer networks absolutely, positively need ongoing maintenance and monitoring to stay secure. The ever-increasing dependency we have on IT systems and the data they hold — not to mention the type of data we’re now…

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