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How to Prevent Cyber Crime By Training Your Employees

A study from the Aberdeen Group and Wombat Security Technologies suggests that training employees on how to recognize and avoid cyber crime can reduce your business risk of a security breach by anywhere from 45 to 70 percent. If you’ve been wondering how your small business can find the funds to recover from a security threat,…

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Are Data Breaches the New Cost of Doing Business?

As of June 28, 2016, 500 data breaches took place, with more than 12,700,000 records exposed, notes the Identity Theft Resource Center. Data breaches have become so commonplace that business attitudes toward them have shifted. Increasingly, large corporations see data breaches as just a “cost of doing business” that need to be dealt with quickly…

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Email Security for Small Businesses

In December 2015, more than half of the phishing attacks executed were against small and medium businesses. If you think that your business is immune to the risks associated with email attacks, think again. Learn how businesses are at risk of email attack, and how to protect your employees.  The Risk to Small Businesses Email…

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Office 365 Vulnerabilities & How to Stay Safe

Earlier this year, technology researchers exposed a vulnerability in the way that Office 365 handled federated identities with SAML. This security flaw left hackers with ready access to user accounts and data. As a result, Office 365 users, including major companies such as British Airways, Vodafone, and Verizon, were left at the mercy of attackers. While Microsoft was…

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Is your firewall strong enough?

A network breach can cost your business as much as $5 million. Too many business owners think that a firewall offers adequate protection from would-be cyber criminals, and are stunned to find out, too late, that it does not. If the loss of $5 million would derail your business and your sanity, then you need…

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How Microsoft Is Making the Cloud Even Safer for Business

During the early 2000s, I had to hear from a shocking amount of people about how Apple’s desktop operating system, OSX, was “safer and more secure” than Windows. While my response that one of the biggest reasons nobody tried to hack OSX was because hardly anyone actually used it typically fell on deaf ears, there was nevertheless…

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