Over the Memorial Day weekend, a Rogue Valley medical office was the victim of a ransomware attack. Patient records and images were compromised. Outside partners seemingly have not been affected or compromised. The substantial cyber […]
Whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure, do not get complacent. Reduce the risk of a data breach or other cyber security issue by following these best practices.
People were forced to work remotely using un-secure home WiFi, laptops and cellphones. Cyber criminals went gang busters during the lockdown
Today, antivirus alone cannot and will not protect you. If you download a file that’s infected with a code specifically designed to circumvent your security protocols, you are essentially inviting that hack in with a door WIDE open. Regardless of whether you’re using a work computer, laptop, personal computer, phone or tablet, you that can lead to a ransomware attack. While you can’t stop ransomware on your own, you can practice safe habits to help avoid ransomware attacks.
Being cheap with IT nearly crippled them. Southwest Airlines recently had a huge fiasco during their busiest season that resulted in 16,700 cancelled flights, which left people stranded all across the United states. The chaos […]
“I don’t need to do more smart things. I just need to do fewer dumb things.” Keith Cunningham made this correct observation in his book in his book “The Road Less Stupid.” Many smart business […]
What is the Safeguards rule? The cyber security Safeguards Rule was created for financial institutions to abide by to ensure protection of client data. However, recent amendments made by the FTC now broaden the definition […]
Did you know that more than 250,000 properties a year experience flooding from burst water pipes, most of which happen in the winter months?
If you and your employees don’t practice these four rules to stay safer (notice I didn’t say safe) shopping online, you could be setting yourselves and your business up to become victims of identity theft, fraud, and more.
“…your first name, your mother’s maiden name and the street you grew up on to create your “new name.” Jane + Smith + Lillian Avenue = your dancer name. This isn’t carefree fun. These answers are often challenge questions to credit check programs, bank accounts, emails and many other things.”