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Does Incognito Mode on Your Browser Actually Keep Your Web Searches Private?

The common belief is that Incognito keeps your web life a secret. While this might change by the time you read this article, I’m posting it to show that you don’t really know what’s going on behind the scenes – it’s a matter of trust. Is your data, activity, life…really a secret and really secure. You just don’t know. Security is a funny thing – it’s impossible for the average user to tell what software companies do, what’s on their computer, who has access…etc. Regular risk assessments are one way to at least check for symptoms of compromise. Don’t go on without at least checking regularly…

And here are some steps you can take with Incognito mode to tighten things up…

P.S. Have you seen my free livecast with CISSP and security expert David Stelzl? Watch it here and find out the one big mistake that most small business leaders are making. https://troe.clickfunnels.com/stelzl-business-strategy-webinar

Attention Small Business Owners…You’re A Target (and a big one for today’s hacker).

Small business attacks are increasing. It’s tempting to think, “Our business is to small to hack” or the common, “No one’s even heard of our company”. This is especially true if your business is out in a rural area. People become complacent with security when their physical surroundings seem so calm and unaffected by rising crime rates.

The truth is, more than half of small businesses are affected by cybercrime each year…find out what hackers are doing to gain access to your data without actually knowing your company by name.

https://www.techrepublic.com/article/smbs-at-higher-risk-of-sophisticated-cyberattacks-here-are-the-top-threats/

P.S. Have you seen my free livecast with CISSP and security expert David Stelzl? Watch it here and find out the one big mistake that most small business leaders are making. https://troe.clickfunnels.com/stelzl-business-strategy-webinar

Hackers are Stealing over a Million Dollars Every Minute!

1861 – that’s how many people are impacted by cybercrime every minute of every day! While I hear people all the time saying, “We’ve got it covered…” They can’t possibly be right. There are businesses out there spending big money on security, yet they still get hacked. The average company is an easy target.  This is why detection technology is so important. It would be short-sighted to think your security defenses (such as a firewall) are more effective than the other 1861 businesses being hit while you read this short post. We recommend regular security assessments and ongoing security monitoring to make sure you’re not one of the victims in this minute or the next.

https://www.pcmag.com/news/363217/more-than-1-1m-lost-to-cybercrime-every-minute

P.S. Have you seen my free livecast with CISSP and security expert David Stelzl? Watch it here and find out the one big mistake that most small business leaders are making. https://troe.clickfunnels.com/stelzl-business-strategy-webinar

Here’s What The Experts Think About Securing Data

Note the one thing that keeps coming up in this article, and it’s an easy one to fix…

Blackhat is a hackers conference – hopefully it’s the White hat hackers who are meeting to build skills to stop data theft…in a recent conference, several were interviewed to see what companies like yours should be doing to stop data theft…guess which idea keeps coming up!

Passwords! Not just better passwords, but a change in our approach. Two factor – something you know (like the password you used this morning), and something you have … like having debit card, your computer and data are a whole lot more secure when the system requires both the card and the pin! Today’s 2-factor technology has come along way, and it turns out, 2-factor can be easy to use. Give us a call and let’s review some options!

https://www.cnet.com/news/black-hat-and-defcon-cybersecurity-experts-share-tips-on-how-to-protect-yourself/?ftag=COS-05-10aaa0b&linkId=55668438

P.S. Have you seen my free livecast with CISSP and security expert David Stelzl? Watch it here and find out the one big mistake that most small business leaders are making. https://troe.clickfunnels.com/stelzl-business-strategy-webinar

Phishing – You’ll Be Surprised To Hear Who Gets Duped The Most!

Phishing attacks are not new – however they’re getting smarter every day – and therefore more effective. What’s the solution? Phishing will continue – these scams are effective and almost impossible to stop. The first stop is training, the second, technology. 

Who is most likely to be targeted? Who is most likely to fall – executive management and business owners. You see, the hacker knows their audience…senior management owns the keys to everything. Get the business owners / executives, and the hacker can get to the money (and secrets worth a fortune). 

Training can help you spot scams and evade tricks by putting procedures in place to verify the sender before damage is done. Technology can often detect malware used to steal data once the user of a given computer has mistakenly clicked on the hackers phishing email link…you’ll need both. To get more insights on this, check out this article…

https://www.techrepublic.com/article/why-phishing-remains-a-critical-cyber-attack-vector/

P.S. Have you seen my free livecast with CISSP and security expert David Stelzl? Watch it here and find out the one big mistake that most small business leaders are making. https://troe.clickfunnels.com/stelzl-business-strategy-webinar

Does Incognito Mode on Your Browser Actually Keep Your Web Searches Private?

The common belief is that Incognito keeps your web life a secret. While this might change by the time you read this article, I’m posting it to show that you don’t really know what’s going on behind the scenes – it’s a matter of trust. Is your data, activity, life…really a secret and really secure. You just don’t know. Security is a funny thing – it’s impossible for the average user to tell what software companies do, what’s on their computer, who has access…etc. Regular risk assessments are one way to at least check for symptoms of compromise. Don’t go on without at least checking regularly…

And here are some steps you can take with Incognito mode to tighten things up…

P.S. Have you seen my free livecast with CISSP and security expert David Stelzl? Watch it here and find out the one big mistake that most small business leaders are making. https://troe.clickfunnels.com/stelzl-business-strategy-webinar

Attention Small Business Owners…You’re A Target (and a big one for today’s hacker).

Small business attacks are increasing. It’s tempting to think, “Our business is to small to hack” or the common, “No one’s even heard of our company”. This is especially true if your business is out in a rural area. People become complacent with security when their physical surroundings seem so calm and unaffected by rising crime rates.

The truth is, more than half of small businesses are affected by cybercrime each year…find out what hackers are doing to gain access to your data without actually knowing your company by name.

https://www.techrepublic.com/article/smbs-at-higher-risk-of-sophisticated-cyberattacks-here-are-the-top-threats/

P.S. Have you seen my free livecast with CISSP and security expert David Stelzl? Watch it here and find out the one big mistake that most small business leaders are making. https://troe.clickfunnels.com/stelzl-business-strategy-webinar

Hackers are Stealing over a Million Dollars Every Minute!

1861 – that’s how many people are impacted by cybercrime every minute of every day! While I hear people all the time saying, “We’ve got it covered…” They can’t possibly be right. There are businesses out there spending big money on security, yet they still get hacked. The average company is an easy target.  This is why detection technology is so important. It would be short-sighted to think your security defenses (such as a firewall) are more effective than the other 1861 businesses being hit while you read this short post. We recommend regular security assessments and ongoing security monitoring to make sure you’re not one of the victims in this minute or the next.

https://www.pcmag.com/news/363217/more-than-1-1m-lost-to-cybercrime-every-minute

P.S. Have you seen my free livecast with CISSP and security expert David Stelzl? Watch it here and find out the one big mistake that most small business leaders are making. https://troe.clickfunnels.com/stelzl-business-strategy-webinar

Here’s What The Experts Think About Securing Data

Note the one thing that keeps coming up in this article, and it’s an easy one to fix…

Blackhat is a hackers conference – hopefully it’s the White hat hackers who are meeting to build skills to stop data theft…in a recent conference, several were interviewed to see what companies like yours should be doing to stop data theft…guess which idea keeps coming up!

Passwords! Not just better passwords, but a change in our approach. Two factor – something you know (like the password you used this morning), and something you have … like having debit card, your computer and data are a whole lot more secure when the system requires both the card and the pin! Today’s 2-factor technology has come along way, and it turns out, 2-factor can be easy to use. Give us a call and let’s review some options!

https://www.cnet.com/news/black-hat-and-defcon-cybersecurity-experts-share-tips-on-how-to-protect-yourself/?ftag=COS-05-10aaa0b&linkId=55668438

P.S. Have you seen my free livecast with CISSP and security expert David Stelzl? Watch it here and find out the one big mistake that most small business leaders are making. https://troe.clickfunnels.com/stelzl-business-strategy-webinar

Phishing – You’ll Be Surprised To Hear Who Gets Duped The Most!

Phishing attacks are not new – however they’re getting smarter every day – and therefore more effective. What’s the solution? Phishing will continue – these scams are effective and almost impossible to stop. The first stop is training, the second, technology. 

Who is most likely to be targeted? Who is most likely to fall – executive management and business owners. You see, the hacker knows their audience…senior management owns the keys to everything. Get the business owners / executives, and the hacker can get to the money (and secrets worth a fortune). 

Training can help you spot scams and evade tricks by putting procedures in place to verify the sender before damage is done. Technology can often detect malware used to steal data once the user of a given computer has mistakenly clicked on the hackers phishing email link…you’ll need both. To get more insights on this, check out this article…

https://www.techrepublic.com/article/why-phishing-remains-a-critical-cyber-attack-vector/

P.S. Have you seen my free livecast with CISSP and security expert David Stelzl? Watch it here and find out the one big mistake that most small business leaders are making. https://troe.clickfunnels.com/stelzl-business-strategy-webinar

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