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Is the Cloud Secure? What About Your Other Connections?

What about your HVAC, your accountant, your legal advisor, your supplier…or anyone else you’re connected to…

The more your business moves to cloud, or connects with third party suppliers and partners, the more you need to be thinking about security outside your own firewall and workstation. Some good points brought out in this article…Read it Here.

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Did You Know Your Printer Can Let Hackers In? Something Most Never Think About…


This is important – Firewalls and antivirus software are necessary, but there are some holes no one is really thinking about…The printer is one of them. Is your printer letting hackers in?  Read the article here.

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You Need A Password Manager…

Writing them down isn’t working…

The age of digitalization is here, and that means everything is in the cloud. While some things are suddenly more convenient, another administrative nightmare has been born. Too many passwords! And now the experts are telling you you need lower case, upper case, special characters, and at least 8 characters!!!

The truth is, you really do need something better than your dog’s name followed by a number. It’s computers that try to guess your password, not some guy locked in a dark room. And computers can process permutations of numbers fast!

The solution? Well, the best solution is two factor authentication. However, that may not be available where you work or on all the cloud services you use.  The next best thing is a password manager…or password vault.

Take a minute today and Google “password manager”.  There are lots of great options. Some sync to your phone or across all of your devices. Password managers can store lots of information including driver’s license numbers, social security numbers for your family, and the thousands of passwords you carry in a notebook (or are you one of those who uses the same password for everything – which is a really bad idea).  Download one and start using it. A good one will allow you to easily generate new (complex) passwords in a moment, as well as storing links to the sites you use, and auto-filling them. The best part is, these programs encrypt your data so it’s a whole lot safer than writing them down or reusing them.

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App Traps – Think Before You Download!

This article was published in The Wall Street Journal – which you may not have access to (without a subscription), however the topic is important, and we are keeping an eye on this for you right here! App Traps: How Cheap Smartphones Help Themselves to User Data.

In this report, the author uncovers an interesting trend with burner phones – which may come with preloaded apps – written by who knows who. Lots of people use these for privacy,  travel, etc. However, today’s phones have the ability to listen to you, track you, and watch you! It’s only our trust in the vendor controlling that apps that gives us a sense of security…and when that disappears, there’s no telling what your phone is doing!   

My recommendation? Stick to known carriers, know brands, and make sure you phone security is set up properly – including malware protection (especially on Android).

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These New Cyber Attacks Have the Power to Destroy You…

Are you ready?

They’re called Gen V (generation 5) attacks…multi-vector, meaning they come in from different places all at once…including your cloud vendors! Mobile phones, wireless, home computers…simple firewalls and passwords don’t stop this sort of thing. However there are some things you can be doing. Most attacks take some time – so having a detection / response security program in place, much like monitoring the alarm you might use in your home with a service like ADT. When the hacker starts – detection alerts you, giving you (or your favorite 3rd party security monitoring company) warning to block their attempts. This is the new world we live in…

Read More About it Here…

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