How Scammers are Exploiting the Coronavirus Pandemic

The chaos and confusion created by the Coronavirus pandemic has proved to be irresistible to scammers. According to Forbes, Coronavirus-themed phishing emails are more numerous than any other single phishing email theme in the

Coronavirus IT Security Warning: VPNs and Personal Devices

As we all put creative solutions in place to enable staff to work from home, be aware of the security risks that go along with allowing your employees to connect to your secured company

Working Remote With Microsoft Office Online

In response to the Coronavirus pandemic, many businesses across the nation are encouraging their staff to work from home. If you work for one of these businesses and use Office 365, you can still

Never Pay a Cyber Ransom

60% of organizations have experienced a ransomware attack in the last 12 months. (Source: MalwareFox) A ransomware attack is the use of malicious software to restrict access to a computer system or

What to Do If Your Business Gets Hit with a Malware Attack

A business falls victim to a malware attack every 14 seconds. (Source: 2019 ACR) A malware attack is the injection of malicious software into your network. Typically, malware gets into a

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How to Protect Your Business from Social Engineering Attacks

Employee IT security awareness training is no longer a nice-to-have; it’s mandatory.  Modern IT security requires business leaders to do more than select the right security tools for their business. When it comes to protecting

Employee IT Security Awareness Training and Best Practices [Infographic]

It takes more than the right technology to defend your business from cyberattacks. We've outlined the employee IT security awareness training, policies, procedures, testing, and tools you need to consider for a modern cybersecurity defense.

5 Disaster Recovery Plan Steps to Protect Your Business

When a disaster hits, 40 to 60% of small businesses never reopen. The financial losses that accompany unexpected events like hurricanes, floods, and the most recent Coronavirus outbreak often have a devastating impact on

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