National Cyber Security Awareness Month: 5 Tips for Businesses

October marks National Cyber Security Awareness Month. Online safety in the workplace is a shared responsibility between all levels of employees, from the owners down to the interns. Use these...

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How to Identify a Spoof Email vs. a Real Email

We’ve all received spam emails before, and most of us are pretty good at identifying which messages are phony without even opening them. However, there is a sinister breed of spam emails that...

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What You Need to know about KeyPass Ransomware

KeyPass ransomware is a global cyberattack that has been gaining more and more traction over the few months. Understand how to identify and prevent this Trojan-style attack to keep your files from...

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How Botnet Attacks Cause Tons of Damage

The zombie apocalypse is all too real, but it’s not people who are having their brains overtaken by a cannibalistic disease. In what are known as “botnet attacks,” hordes of computers, smart...

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How to Prevent Man in the Middle Attacks from Stealing Data

A man in the middle attack is a type of cyberattack that’s becoming more and more common (see the latest Russian malware incident). Businesses of all sizes should be familiar with what they are,...

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3 Potential Flaws of Facial Recognition Technology

Facial recognition technology is the next aspect of biometric authentication to hit the mainstream. It’s now present on the iPhone X and a few Android phones, and we can expect the vast majority...

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A Brief Guide to PCI Compliance

The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) binds all organizations that accept, transmit or store cardholder data. Failure to maintain PCI compliance may result in hefty fines...

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What is a Zero Day Exploit, and why is it so Dangerous?

Regardless of how many steps you take to secure your company’s network, it can still be at risk. That’s because of a type of attack known as a zero day exploit. Learn about this dangerous malware...

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How to Avoid Social Engineering Scams

A 2017 Verizon study determined that 43 percent of cyberattacks were social engineering scams. Perhaps one of the scariest things about this type of attack is that firewalls, antiviruses and other...

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How to Avoid Ransomware Attacks in 2018

The frequency of ransomware attacks exploded between 2016 and 2017, and there’s no sign that they’re just going to disappear any time soon. Quite the opposite, actually: hackers are designing even...

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