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Warning! The Internet Isn’t As Private As You Think It Is…

It’s important to think before putting something online.

That goes for email, social media posts, and of course, your company data.

The attached article shows how easy it is to take data, seemingly anonymous, and to attach names to it.

In this news report, medical information was put online (In the cloud). Computers were then used to search the internet, looking for public information that matched the medical records – in a short amount of time they had names to go with each medical entry, exposing one’s entire medical history.

You can’t control what your doctor puts in the cloud, however you can limit your personal information. Read the entire article Here.

P.S. Have you seen this free eBook? Download it Here Now.

Anyone Can Buy The Tools To Hack Into Your Data, and It’s Easy To Do

Hacking used to require technical skills – no longer. For as little as $5 one can pick up the tools they need on the dark web (the part of the Internet you don’t get to see without a reference)…This article gives us some insight into just how easy it is – written to the European community, it references Euros, but don’t mistake this for irrelevant. Hacking knows no geographical boundaries. The question is, can you detect an attack in time to stop it before disaster strikes?  Regular assessments and an ongoing threat detection program are your only hope. Read the entire article Here.

P.S. Have you seen this free eBook? Download it Here Now.

Data Theft Happens Inside More Than You Realize

Over 75% of employees admitted (in a recent WSJ Survey), they steal company data…it’s happens more than you think it does. People are tempted, they run into major financial trouble, or they react to something in the office…and they steal. You can’t simply put a firewall in place, access control is an essential element in the security strategy. If you’re using shared network drives, chances are you have no way to know who accessed what and when…if something gets deleted, moved, changed, or misused, you’ll want to know…If you’re not sure how to solve this problem, let us know… Read the whole article Here.

P.S. Have you seen this free eBook? Download it Here Now.

Is Your Website Telling Your Clients You’re Not Secure?

Recently Google announced it would be notifying people when they try to access websites not updated with SSL (a security feature or certificate used to secure data)…if you’re not sure, go to your site now and look at the URL – does it start with HTTP://  or does it say, HTTPS://, the later is correct.  If you’re not up to date, contact us immediately and we’ll help you get this fixed…

Read the article Here

P.S. Have you seen this free ebook? Download it Here Now.

 

Fake News Is Growing – This Might Not Steal Your Data, But I Will Affect Your Life

Fake news is the growing trend – in fact, security experts tell us most of the news out there will be fake in the very near future. Why does this matter? Because laws, votes, trends, and more are all driven in part by news and media. So, when someone reads something on The WSJ front page, and they’re a regular subscriber, they tend to believe it…what if it just looks like the WSJ front page? Be careful what you read – more importantly, make sure someone it monitoring your online reputation. This is easy to do by setting up alerts on Google to notify you whenever you or your company are mentioned online! Read the article Here.

P.S. Have you seen this free eBook? Download it Here Now.

 

It’s Easy To Break Into Networks…Easier Than You Think, So What Should You Do?

This article shows how a security company running tests on live networks was able to break in over 80% of the time simply by exploiting known issues…meaning the hackers know them too! What’s the solution? Regular assessments can show us which of these holes exist in your network – we recommend quarterly. In addition, having a way to detect intrusion is essential. Like the door on your house, it’s not that hard to break through – the questions is, does your alarm go off, and does something happen to stop the attack when it does? Read the article Here.

P.S. Have you seen this free eBook? Download it Here Now.

 

 

Your Phone Knows Who You Are…Here’s How

Did you know your phone can recognize your face? The future of identifying and authenticating may be in your face. Here’s how it works and why it’s hard to fool the computer. That said, what happens when hackers do figure out ways to fool authentication machines based on facial recognition? You can’t change your face in the same way you change your password. Read the article Here.

P.S. Have you seen this free eBook? Download it Here Now.

Did You Know Passwords Don’t Keep Your Data Safe?

We all use passwords, however, they’re not the best security. And in the future I expect to see passwords replaced. We’re already seeing cloud providers and enterprise companies moving to something called “Dual Authentication”…this simply means, having something and knowing something…the simplest way to do this seems to be getting a text to your phone (Something you have to have on you at the moment) – a one time password you know, which lasts for just a few minutes…Read This Article that explains where passwords came from and why they don’t work.

P.S. Have you seen this free eBook? Download it Here now.

 

We all know what Ransomware is now – what about Cryptojacking?

If you don’t know what this is, it’s important – cryptocurrency mining malware is what hackers use to steal (mine) cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin. Why is this important? Because these unsuspecting thieves need lots of computing power to mine these digital dollars, and they’re using your computer to do it. At least two problems result – one, your computer is involved in stealing and you might be held accountable if you can’t prove it’s not you doing it. Second, it will take your computer’s performance from good to its knees in no time. Next time you hear someone say, my computer’s slow today – pause to consider if you really want them working on your stuff. Read the article Here.

P.S. Have you seen this free eBook? Download it Here now.

Great Article on how hackers get in – and why they do what they do…

Knowing how hackers operate can help you put in the right security strategies, policies, and training to keep you and your team (and all your data) safe! I like this article because it’s not super technical. Find out in simple terms what’s going on – the stuff you can’t see, but really want to stop. Read the whole article Here.

P.S. Have you seen this free eBook? Download it Here Now!

Warning! The Internet Isn’t As Private As You Think It Is…

It’s important to think before putting something online.

That goes for email, social media posts, and of course, your company data.

The attached article shows how easy it is to take data, seemingly anonymous, and to attach names to it.

In this news report, medical information was put online (In the cloud). Computers were then used to search the internet, looking for public information that matched the medical records – in a short amount of time they had names to go with each medical entry, exposing one’s entire medical history.

You can’t control what your doctor puts in the cloud, however you can limit your personal information. Read the entire article Here.

P.S. Have you seen this free eBook? Download it Here Now.

Anyone Can Buy The Tools To Hack Into Your Data, and It’s Easy To Do

Hacking used to require technical skills – no longer. For as little as $5 one can pick up the tools they need on the dark web (the part of the Internet you don’t get to see without a reference)…This article gives us some insight into just how easy it is – written to the European community, it references Euros, but don’t mistake this for irrelevant. Hacking knows no geographical boundaries. The question is, can you detect an attack in time to stop it before disaster strikes?  Regular assessments and an ongoing threat detection program are your only hope. Read the entire article Here.

P.S. Have you seen this free eBook? Download it Here Now.

Data Theft Happens Inside More Than You Realize

Over 75% of employees admitted (in a recent WSJ Survey), they steal company data…it’s happens more than you think it does. People are tempted, they run into major financial trouble, or they react to something in the office…and they steal. You can’t simply put a firewall in place, access control is an essential element in the security strategy. If you’re using shared network drives, chances are you have no way to know who accessed what and when…if something gets deleted, moved, changed, or misused, you’ll want to know…If you’re not sure how to solve this problem, let us know… Read the whole article Here.

P.S. Have you seen this free eBook? Download it Here Now.

Is Your Website Telling Your Clients You’re Not Secure?

Recently Google announced it would be notifying people when they try to access websites not updated with SSL (a security feature or certificate used to secure data)…if you’re not sure, go to your site now and look at the URL – does it start with HTTP://  or does it say, HTTPS://, the later is correct.  If you’re not up to date, contact us immediately and we’ll help you get this fixed…

Read the article Here

P.S. Have you seen this free ebook? Download it Here Now.

 

Fake News Is Growing – This Might Not Steal Your Data, But I Will Affect Your Life

Fake news is the growing trend – in fact, security experts tell us most of the news out there will be fake in the very near future. Why does this matter? Because laws, votes, trends, and more are all driven in part by news and media. So, when someone reads something on The WSJ front page, and they’re a regular subscriber, they tend to believe it…what if it just looks like the WSJ front page? Be careful what you read – more importantly, make sure someone it monitoring your online reputation. This is easy to do by setting up alerts on Google to notify you whenever you or your company are mentioned online! Read the article Here.

P.S. Have you seen this free eBook? Download it Here Now.

 

It’s Easy To Break Into Networks…Easier Than You Think, So What Should You Do?

This article shows how a security company running tests on live networks was able to break in over 80% of the time simply by exploiting known issues…meaning the hackers know them too! What’s the solution? Regular assessments can show us which of these holes exist in your network – we recommend quarterly. In addition, having a way to detect intrusion is essential. Like the door on your house, it’s not that hard to break through – the questions is, does your alarm go off, and does something happen to stop the attack when it does? Read the article Here.

P.S. Have you seen this free eBook? Download it Here Now.

 

 

Your Phone Knows Who You Are…Here’s How

Did you know your phone can recognize your face? The future of identifying and authenticating may be in your face. Here’s how it works and why it’s hard to fool the computer. That said, what happens when hackers do figure out ways to fool authentication machines based on facial recognition? You can’t change your face in the same way you change your password. Read the article Here.

P.S. Have you seen this free eBook? Download it Here Now.

Did You Know Passwords Don’t Keep Your Data Safe?

We all use passwords, however, they’re not the best security. And in the future I expect to see passwords replaced. We’re already seeing cloud providers and enterprise companies moving to something called “Dual Authentication”…this simply means, having something and knowing something…the simplest way to do this seems to be getting a text to your phone (Something you have to have on you at the moment) – a one time password you know, which lasts for just a few minutes…Read This Article that explains where passwords came from and why they don’t work.

P.S. Have you seen this free eBook? Download it Here now.

 

We all know what Ransomware is now – what about Cryptojacking?

If you don’t know what this is, it’s important – cryptocurrency mining malware is what hackers use to steal (mine) cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin. Why is this important? Because these unsuspecting thieves need lots of computing power to mine these digital dollars, and they’re using your computer to do it. At least two problems result – one, your computer is involved in stealing and you might be held accountable if you can’t prove it’s not you doing it. Second, it will take your computer’s performance from good to its knees in no time. Next time you hear someone say, my computer’s slow today – pause to consider if you really want them working on your stuff. Read the article Here.

P.S. Have you seen this free eBook? Download it Here now.

Great Article on how hackers get in – and why they do what they do…

Knowing how hackers operate can help you put in the right security strategies, policies, and training to keep you and your team (and all your data) safe! I like this article because it’s not super technical. Find out in simple terms what’s going on – the stuff you can’t see, but really want to stop. Read the whole article Here.

P.S. Have you seen this free eBook? Download it Here Now!

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