Cyber Security Tips

There has been a tremendous uptick in cyber attacks this year. We are getting at least a call per week, sometimes a couple a week, on significantly compromised businesses calling for help. The following are some common factors that we see in these cases and some tips to help improve you cyber security. Common Factors…

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CornCon 2018

  At this year’s CornCon cybersecurity conference (https://corncon.net/) we learned about several USB devices an intruder could use to break into or even destroy a computer. The USB Killer (https://usbkill.com/products/usb-killer-v3) is a device that draws power from a USB port to charge up capacitors and then dump hundreds of volts back into the machine over…

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Enterprise’s Security is Being Attacked with Malware by Hackers at a 60% Success Rate

In the latest news, The Hacker’s Playbook Findings have disclosed that malware attacks on enterprise security are successful more than 60% of the time, according to TechRepublic. You need to have a plan in place to counteract them! “According to the third edition of the Hacker’s Playbook Findings Report, published By SafeBreach in December 2017, of…

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Cyber-Security Resources

Don’t need a nationally recognized car mechanic to knock off 95% of what you need to do with your car when it has a problem. Resource Links The government website to report fraud and cyber incidents which includes 2016 Cyber Report: www.IC3.gov  Great policy templates & security info from this independent industry group: Sans.org Sub-sites with great…

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General Virus Prevention for Businesses

Hello Everyone, We’re sending this out to educate you about the risk of malware—malicious software—and virus prevention best practices. The best way to understand how to avoid malware is understanding how infections occur, what different types of infections do, and the most common virus prevention practices. General Ways Infections Occur: There are too many ways…

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