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To improve your cybersecurity, go phishing!

I don’t think there’s any question that the world is getting more dangerous every day, if only in the fact that due to our reliance on technology, there are more ways the bad guys can get to us. If people and companies with incredible resources, like Sony, HBO, and the DNC can get hacked, what […]

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4 Strategies to Keep Your Home Office Secure

It doesn’t matter if you work remotely or have an office in your home for occasional computer use – your home office contains a lot of personal information. Working from home comes with the responsibility of managing the security risks that occur outside a protected corporate network. Without staying organized and taking precautions to protect it, […]

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Password Managers First Step in Online Security

By Robert Siciliano There are too many people who use the same passwords for every online account, and this could be one of the most dangerous mistakes that you could do. It is extremely important to have a unique and strong password for any online account, as this is the first step to protect your […]

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Valuing Your Intellectual Property

By Jeff Davidson Have you ever stopped to think that you have valuable property right on your hard drive? Undoubtedly, you have a variety of notes that you have taken over the years arranged in various categories. In support of your clients or customers, you may have developed forms that enable them to easily transact […]

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Protecting your small business from ransomware

By Robert Siciliano Consider this: You go to pull a certain file from your computer, such as your company’s payroll records. Instead of seeing this file, however, you instead see a message that says “Compromised computer. To open the file, you must pay $400 for file decryption software.” This message is a form of malware […]

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Social Networking Disasters that Strike Small Businesses

By Robert Siciliano There are at least 15 ways that small businesses could become ensnarled by social networking. How many can you name? Knowing what all of these nightmares are means knowing how to prevent them. Ignorance isn’t bliss; it’s misery. Online reputation integrity. Do you keep tabs on your company’s Facebook page to see […]

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How Password Managers Make Your Accounts Secure

By Robert Siciliano Many people make mistakes when choosing passwords, and they will use the same password from site to site. To assure safety, it is important to use a strong, unique password on each site you use. How do you make this easy? Use a password manager. According to a recent survey from uSamp, which […]

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Small business owners confident in their future; but the future of the economy…not so much

The National Small Business Association (NSBA) released its 2015 Year-End Economic Report today and the big picture is one that we have seen before: Small business owners are generally upbeat and confident in their own ability to grow, but they fear others may not fare as well in an uncertain economy. I think this reflects […]

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In the Aftermath of a Data Breach: Steps to Minimize the Damage

In today’s technological world, any company is at risk for a data breach. Statistics show 43 percent of businesses experienced a data breach in the past year. This percentage is only trending upward. It is essential for companies to have a system in place to respond to security breaches to minimize long-term damage and ensure […]

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Use Cybersecurity Month to test your knowledge and train your team

When you leave your small business each night at closing time, you can set the alarm, lock the doors and know that your business is protected. One person, following the directions, can secure the building. However, the security of your computers, data and network are not cared for so easily. You can’t reduce cybersecurity to […]

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