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3 Cloud Security Tactics Your Business Must Have for 2020

Three factors played a major role in more than 60% of data breaches last year, according to the 2020 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report. Companies across the globe are still falling behind when it comes to preventing these go-to attacks: credential theft, business-email compromise, including phishing, along with human errors. The report also highlights how…
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4 Cybersecurity Essentials for the 2020 Remote Workplace

The global COVID-19 pandemic has largely changed the way we work. From cloud and hybrid cloud to on-premises environments, the rules of cybersecurity remain the same – and so do the methods of attack – but this time with a renewed vigor. From whaling and phishing to malicious sites, knowing how to recognize these threats…
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The Importance of the Right Cybersecurity Leadership

Organizations are starting to realize there is much more to a strong IT organization than ensuring the integrity of cybersecurity. Any business, small or large, can learn from Capital One Bank’s recent removal of their chief information security officer (CISO) after a slew of problems, including a massive data breach announced in July. Capital One’s…
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Urgent Deadline: Support Ends January 14, 2020 for Server 2008 and Windows 7

  January 14, 2020 marks the end of Microsoft’s Extended Support for Windows 7, Windows Server 2008/R2, bringing the following to a screeching halt:   Windows Server 2008/R2 and Exchange Server 2010 Free security updates on-premises Non-security updates Free support options Online technical content update Windows 7 No technical support No software updates No security…
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What You Need to Know About Bot-driven Attacks This Holiday Season

Excited for the holidays to get underway? So are hackers. Online retail transactions are 10 times more likely to be fraudulent than even those of the financial services sector, according to the Threat Metrix Q1 2018 Cybercrime Report. With the busiest shopping season of the year less than a week away, cybercriminals are taking every…
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4 Ways to Protect Your Business This Holiday Season

Cybercriminals know businesses and their employees are more likely to share large amounts of information online this time of year. In addition to accessing account information via online merchants, attackers are also able to gain data from insecure Wifi systems, phishing scams and malware. The average cost is $244 per compromised record. Here are four…
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3 Solutions to One of Your Biggest Security Challenges

When faced with a cyber threat, the differing views of C-level executives and IT teams can create a divide within a company that may place it at a disadvantage. IT departments are tasked with maintaining and securing business technology, both of which increase business expenses. C-level executives have the responsibility to reduce overall business risk,…
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10 Reminders for National Cyber Security Awareness Month

Each October, the Department of Homeland Security spearheads a campaign to remind businesses and individuals of the importance of cybersecurity. This campaign, known as National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM), is designed to provide internet security education, as well as the tools and resources needed for internet safety. With an average total data breach cost…
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Security Doesn’t Get a Summer Break, 7 New Things You Should Know

Summer is here and with the warmer temperatures come outdoor parties, long weekends and extended vacations. Unfortunately, the freedom associated with the summer season does not extend to your cybersecurity needs. Here are 7 new cybersecurity trends and potential solutions to watch for this year. Accountability for Device Security has become a focus of the…
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Securing Financial Information During Tax Season

Cybersecurity is important year-round, but becomes especially critical in tax season. Throughout this time, business owners are frequently sharing sensitive information with outside professionals and key employees via the internet. Many small organizations do not have the same cybersecurity resources as larger corporations, making them a prime target for hackers. Leading up to tax season,…
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