Today, the number of types of cyber-attacks which threaten the security of your businesses are endless.  We’ve discussed the greatest weakness in network security being users before, but the focus was in a non-acting participant being coerced into clicking on a malicious link or opening a dangerous attachment. We often focus so much attention to…

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It may come as of little surprise that security breaches hurt small business much more than larger corporations. According to the National Cybersecurity Alliance, more than 70% of attacks target small businesses.  It is also estimated that 60% of hacked small businesses experience devastating economic hardship, leading many to suffer a complete loss, closing their…

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The Department of Health & Human Services for Civil Rights (OCR) has issued guidance on how to manage the increasing frequency of ransomware attacks toward healthcare providers.  Ransomware is a malware which encrypts data until a ransom is paid to the hacker, who in return, will hopefully issue the encryption key to unlock the data…

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In today’s day and age we have become familiar and hopefully cautious when receiving strange emails with a random file attached. It’s unlikely that we would give it a second thought before deleting. This is because we recognize the need for cyber security to limit the onslaught of digital threats we receive on a seemingly…

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If your business processes credit cards or other forms of electronic payment, it is required to meet the standards established by the Payment Card Industry (PCI).  That means not only retailers, but any establishment that accepts card payments in their place of business.  If you don’t maintain PCI standards for compliance and suffer a data…

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