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  • Top-Clicked Phishing Email Subjects - Think before you click! KnowBe4, a provider of security awareness training and simulated phishing attacks, has released statistics on the top 10 phishing email subjects that are opened by end-users. Drum roll please – the top 10 are: Password Check Required Immediately Security Alert Change of Password Required Immediately A Delivery Attempt was made Urgent […]
  • What to Do About C-Level Fraud Attacks - C-level fraud attacks are an increasingly common attack vector, especially for SMBs. Generally, these attacks come in the form of spoofed emails from the “CEO” or another C-suite executive and ask the recipient to wire role power (people tend to do what the boss says) in order to increase their effectiveness. was alerted to […]
  • Enjoy the Olympics – But Beware of Online Scams - We are now well underway with the enthusiasm and excitement associated with watching the 2018 Winter Olympics — including the parade of nations, fabulous performances, fireworks, and the intense competitions themselves.  Just a few of the elite USA athletes include favorites Chloe Kim in snowboarding, figure skater Nathan Chen, Mikaela Shiffrin in alpine skiing, and […]
  • Why Use a Corporate VPN when connecting to your network - Most corporate IT networks have various security products on the network providing some level of security – a firewall, Antivirus software, backup, etc. Even with these protections in place, without a VPN, employees are only protected while they are on the corporate network. With a VPN installed, employees can enjoy those same protections at all […]
  • Adobe Flash Player Update Scam: what you should know - Adobe Flash Player has unfortunately long been plagued with malware-related issues. The software has often been discovered to have vulnerabilities that make it possible for bad actors to spread malware. The most recent vulnerability was discovered in October of this year. These issues may be part of the reason Flash is being decommissioned in the […]
  • What you need to know about Internet Security Over The Holidays and into 2018 - With the continued proliferation of cybercrime in 2017, it appears 2018 will be another year of the “good guys” trying to keep pace with the “bad guys”.  The data breach environment is one of continual change.  It is anticipated that breaches will be bigger and more prevalent, driven by ever-increasing sophistication of hackers and their […]
  • Your SMB is a Target For Cyber Crime: Take These 8 Steps to Increase Your Security - When looking for a vulnerability, cybercriminals will go after SMBs and organizations that lack security. An average hacker does not want to pursue the big corporations that have layers of security in place — they want the easy targets. Many SMBs fall victims to cybercrime because they either have “It will never happen to me” mentality, […]
  • 7 Must-Haves for a Secure Remote Access in Your SMB - Now that cloud technology has made access to information more convenient, with a promise to make your business life easier, the risk of data security has increased. Cloud servers are susceptible to attacks. Insecure or insecurely used remote access technologies – mechanisms that most security teams assume pose little risk – in reality, offer an abundance […]
  • New Federal Login and Password Management Guidelines Your Business Should Follow - In June 2017, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) issued new guidelines related to passwords and management of user logins.  These new guidelines contain some surprising new recommendations and, in some cases, reversed prior guidelines or commonly accepted security practices. We have summarized the changes to the Federal logins and password management guidelines […]
  • Alert: Fake GoDaddy emails that may result in computer virus or phishing attempt [screenshots] - Sometimes phishing and other malicious emails come into your mailbox looking very legitimate. These screenshots would show you how to spot a fake GoDaddy email. We live in a fast-paced world and often scan through information without giving it a second thought. Criminals know that and use social engineering methods to trick you into trusting […]
  • Your SMB Must Have a Complete IT Security Action Plan. Here is Why and How. - The Internet as great as it is can ruin the viability of your IT, and destroy or disturb your business operations. Why? PROBLEM:  Cyber attacks and computer viruses are becoming increasingly fierce, sophisticated and destructive. Hackers and cybercriminals from inside and outside the U.S are a constant threat to an organization’s IT and communications infrastructure. […]
  • Alarming Pop-ups: how to handle a browser hijacking - When browsing various website on the Internet, you might come across pop-ups – a common occurrence, and frankly, a nuisance. Some pop-ups are the sales chat window, some are advertisements. But there are also other, malicious types: false ads and scareware – the type that announces that “your system is infected” or “missing a critical component”, proclaiming a […]
  • How to Enable Pop-up Blocker (tips for major browsers) - Wouldn’t it be great if there was just one button to click on when you need block annoying or sometimes malicious ads in your browser? In real life, we need to take several steps to do so. Don’t worry – if you use our simple step-by-step instructions for enabling pop-up blocker for major browsers the process […]
  • Is your computer safe from WannaCry Ransomware? 9 tips to apply now. - As WannaCry Ransomware – a computer virus, malicious piece of software that restricts access to user files on a computer and displays demands for ransom payments to unlock access or restore files – claimed over 200,000 victims in 150 countries over this weekend, authorities and cybersecurity professionals warn of a growing fallout in the next […]
  • How to protect your Google account from fraudulent Google Docs access - We are used to getting links in our email, and even with new cybersecurity threats coming out every day, we still fall victim to social engineering tricks used by malicious entities. Emails containing links and attachments, especially coming from someone we know still pick our interest and overwrite our sense of self-preservation. Imagine getting an […]