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February 2020 Newsletters: If You Think Your Business Is Too Small To Be Hacked ... You’re A Cybercriminal’s #1 Target


Many cybercriminals look at small businesses like blank checks. More often than not, small businesses just don’t put money into their cyber security, and hackers and cybercriminals love those odds. They can target small businesses at random, and they are all but guaranteed to find a business that has no IT security – or the business does have some security but it isn’t set up correctly.

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December 2019 Newsletters: Cybercriminals Are Taking Aim At Your Business … Is Your Network Protected?


Cybercriminals love to test your defenses. They love to see how far they can get into the networks of businesses all over the globe. Cybercriminals really love going after small businesses because they can all too often sneak onto a network, copy data and move on.

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October 2019 Newsletters: 3 Ways To Prevent Your Employees From Leaking Confidential Information


A lot of businesses need to come to terms with the fact that their employees are their greatest IT threat. As a business owner, you may be aware of cyberthreats to your business, but your employees might not be.

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August 2019 Newsletters: 3 IT Investments You Should NEVER Skimp On


What is standing between your business’s data and hackers a world away? What’s your plan when your on-site server fails?

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June 2019 Newsletters: Are YOU Prepared For The End Of Windows 7?


On January 14, 2020, the world will bid a fond farewell to the beloved Windows 7 operating system. Well, sort of. Microsoft has declared that, after that date, it will no longer update or support the system.

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April 2019 Newsletters: What Is Managed IT Services And Why Should You Demand It From Your IT Services Company?


In today’s constantly shifting technological landscape, where fresh viruses and the new security patches designed to protect against them arrive by the week, it takes a proactive approach to stay abreast of all the changes.

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February 2019 Newsletters: Sneaky Ways Cybercriminals Access Your Network And What You Can Do To Prevent It TODAY


Hackers prefer the little guy. The high-profile data breaches you read about in the news — your Facebooks and Equifaxes and T-Mobiles — are only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the digital crimes being perpetrated day after day, especially against small businesses.

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December 2018 Newsletters: 2 Places You Should Never Cut Corners With IT


Today’s technology empowers business owners in ways that would have seemed incredible even 10 years ago. With a humming network connecting your team to the rest of the world, and with just a few simple keystrokes, your organization can complete tasks that used to take days.

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October 2018 Newsletters: How To Make Sure You Never Fall Victim To Ransomware


Late last March, the infrastructure of Atlanta was brought to its knees. More than a third of 424 programs used nearly every day by city officials of all types, including everyone from police officers to trash collectors to water management employees, were knocked out of commission. What’s worse, close to 30% of these programs were considered “mission critical,” according to Atlanta’s Information Management head, Daphne Rackley

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August 2018 Newsletters: Top 4 Ways Hackers Will Attack Your Network And They Are Targeting You RIGHT NOW


Most small and midsize business (SMB) owners exist in a bubble of blissful ignorance. They focus on the day-to-day operations of their organization, driving growth, facilitating hiring and guiding marketing, without a single thought given to the security of the computer networks these processes depend on. After all, they’re just the little guy – why would hackers go to the trouble of penetrating their systems for the minuscule amount of data they store?

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June 2018 Newsletters: 3 Deadly Mistakes You’re Making By Being Cheap With Technology


Today’s small and midsize businesses(SMBs) have an uneasy relationship withtechnology – even if they don’t realizeit yet. As the marketplace reaches new heights of complexity and speed, and consumers migrate to cyberspace en masse to make their buying decisions, SMBs are responding in turn.

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April 2018 Newsletters: 5 Ways Your Employees Will Invite Hackers Into Your Network


Whether they’re criminals or heroes, hackers in the movies are always portrayed as a glamorous group. When it comes down to the wire, these are the individuals who crack into the ominous megacorporation or hostile foreign government database, hitting the right key just in the nick of time. They either save the day or bring down regimes, empty the digital vault of the Federal Reserve or disable all the power plants in the country. It’s always a genius up against an impenetrable fortress of digital security, but no matter what, they always come out on top.

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February 2018 Newsletters: WARNING: Your Business Is More Likely To Be The Victim Of Cybercrime NOW Than Ever Before… Take These Steps Today So You Don’t Get Hacked!


Though we’re in the midst of an unprecedented rise in high-profile cybercrime incidents, it’s easy to assume that our own much smaller businesses are safe. Sure, we think, hacking into the data stores of J.P. Morgan, the U.S. Government, or Virgin America can net hackers millions and millions of dollars. Why would they bother with a small business?

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December 2017 Newsletters: Cybercriminals Confess: The Top 5 Tricks, Sneaky Schemes And Gimmicks They Use To Hack Your Computer Network


The contemporary world is rife with digital thieves. They’re penetrating the complicated data structures of huge credit-monitoring companies like Equifax, scooping up the personal information of millions of people.

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October 2017 Newsletters: You’re Better Off Giving Your Employees A $1,000 Bonus Than Being Cheap With Technology


Imagine, for a minute, that you’re the CEO of a scrappy, promising new start-up. In the beginning, it was just you and two other employees working on dinky PCs out of a 12-by-12-foot office, but times are picking up and the company is heading into the uncharted waters of rapid growth.

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August 2017 Newsletters: Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos’ Secret To Avoiding Email Overwhelm


Do you look at your inbox and want to cry? If so, you’re not alone. According to widely cited Radicati Group research, the average person gets 120 business emails every day. If you don’t manage your emails, you could end up in another statistical majority.

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June 2017 Newsletters: How To Keep Your Employees From Leaking Confidential Information


Back in 2014, Code Spaces wasmurdered. The company offered tools for source code management, but they didn’t have solid control over sensitive information — including their backups. One cyberattack later, and Code Spaces was out of business.

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April 2017 Newsletters: 7 Ways To Dodge A Data Disaster


You stride into the office early one Monday morning. you grab a cup of coffee, flip on your computer and start checking email... A note pops up that rivets your attention: “Your files have been encrypted. Send $5,000 within five days or they will all be destroyed.”

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February 2017 Newsletters: That Fake App Just Stole Your ID


Ryan loved tweaking photos on his Android phone. He’d heard rave reviews from his friends with iPhones about Prisma, a new iOS app for image editing. So when he heard Prisma would soon be released for Android, he logged in to the Google Play Store to see if it was there yet.

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