You Cant Prevent Human Error, But Here Are Some Ways to Try

February 4, 2016

No matter how hard you or your company try to reduce the likelihood of threats to your system you will never be able to fully prevent human error. Here are some mistakes that people make that could lead to trouble. 1. Sending Email to the Wrong Address – It can be as simple as transposing…
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Data Center Must Haves

December 28, 2015

Is your company thinking of switching data centers? Or maybe you don’t have one and are deciding if you need one? Either way here are some qualities the data center you choose should have. 1. An Event Classification System – Classifying scenarios by importance will help prepare their response teams to handle the issue in…
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Checking Your Router For Malware

September 18, 2015

If you one of the millions of people using a consumer router you may want to check to see if it has malware. Attackers are taking advantage of manufacturers that aren’t bothering to update “old” devices, and are instead making new devices, and attacking routers in huge amounts.   They perform these attacks by changing…
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You Had An Employee Security Breach, Now What?

August 7, 2015

If a day goes by where you don’t hear about a security or data breach at some renowned company, count yourself lucky. These breaches are happening so often, as such a grand scale, it’s a miracle if your information is safe. Here is some important advice on surviving an employee data breach. 1. Response Plan…
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Top 5 ways to protect your business from cyber security attacks.

April 17, 2015

Are you concerned about protecting your data from cyber criminals? Well, there are some simple things you can do to help minimize your risk. Top 5 are: Pick complex passwords that you will remember. Also, do not write them down anywhere or share them with anyone. Have an update-to-date, fully supported firewall that is handling…
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