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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] The days of free anti-virus are over. You can't go a day without some report of a newly discovered security vulnerability or a ransomware attack. We've all done it. We search the web for free anti-virus and download and install some software, and then convince ourselves that we are protected. We then operate under the illusion that we are too small of a company for hackers to...

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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] What harm can someone do with my online identity? Your name, address, and information live as much on the internet as they do in a physical sense. If you perform any of the following online activities, you can be sure your information is out there: Email Social Media Online Shopping Games News Forums Many major platforms such as Linked In have suffered data breaches. At the very...

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This week we are discussing ways to improve your work at home experience. Yesterday we introduced the Mobile First concept where employees are set up with the ability to work from anywhere. We explored how a virtual desktop and a smart phone are the ideal companions and solve many of the problems working from home introduced....

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Some technology trends happen gradually, while others seem like they come out of nowhere. 2020 has confirmed change is inevitable and revealed that sometimes change can happen overnight. Maybe we can’t go so far as to say, expect change, but we probably shouldn’t get too comfortable either....

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A recent report published by cyber security firm Tessian, found that 52% of employees feel they can get away with riskier behavior while working from home. The study has some revealing trends that are a true indicator of the state of security with work from home employees. For example, the study highlights that work from home employees are willing to share confidential documents via email....

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According to a recent study, more than half of work from home employees are putting their organizations at risks for a cybersecurity attack by being lax about security protocols.  With an increase of almost a third of the country working from home due to covid-19, the amount of risk for organizations to suffer an online attack is growing exponentially.  Analysis by researchers at a large cybersecurity company...

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