Category: Awareness

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Essential Cybersecurity Toolkit Landing Page

5 types of social scams your employees need to know about: phishing, baiting, quid pro quo, pretexting and tailgating. Define each with our helpful guide here.

Business Guide to Ransomware – Landing Page

Do you know some of the common types of #ransomware and what to do in the event you encounter it? We can help you #stopransomware.

Ransomware – Everyday Devices

The best way to prepare employees to stop #ransomware attacks is to train them. Train new employees at orientation and all employees bi-annually.

Ransomware Report – Landing Page

The average cost of downtime (loss of productivity) from a single #ransomware attack is about $46,800. #stopransomware

Essential Cybersecurity Toolkit Landing Page

Teach employees about social scams so they know what to expect and how to spot them. Prepare your team here.

Business Guide to Ransomware – Landing Page

Provide clear instructions on what to do if your employees encounter a potential #ransomware lure. Learn how here.

Zero Trust – Got It?

Zero Trust means what it says: don’t trust anyone who is accessing your network. Generally you need to keep your data secure and if you come from the position that everyone who is trying to connect to your systems is up to no good then you are in a position of power to enable a secure network strategy.

Ransomware – SaaS

All it takes is one click by an employee to put your data in jeopardy. Protect your business with a Ransomware Protection and Recovery Solution. Contact us to learn more.

Keeping the bad guys at bay

Whether your IT guy lets you know or not, your business critical assets are NOT SECURE! No system is secure. If you think otherwise you are fooling yourself. A study by Ponemon revealed the truth. Out of 2000 companies tested the penetration testers claimed that only 13% posed any difficulty. Read that again. All 2000…
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Windows 7 End of Life

Windows 7 End-of-Life Overview

Microsoft has publicly announced January 14, 2020, as the end date for extended support, also knownas End of Life (EOL), for the Windows 7 operating system.