Category: Security-cybersecurity

It’s a Net, not a Harpoon | Why Ransomware Threatens Even the Smallest Businesses

 
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Navigating Remote Medical Admin | Embracing the Future of the Medical Office

Last year, many healthcare admin teams transitioned to remote work quickly, with little structure or planning. These ad hoc remote solutions kept
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Simple, Efficient, and Safe | Password Best Practices and Multi-Factor Authentication

Passwords are hard. They’re hard to remember, hard to create, hard to use. We’ve talked before about how a password manager can help your
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Security Alert: Critical Vulnerability in Microsoft Exchange

Microsoft recently announced the discovery of a critical exploit in its Exchange Server products: these vulnerabilities are simple for attackers of
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Catching a Phish | Simple Tips & Tricks to Keep Yourself Secure

Phishing attacks and spoofed email scams aren’t going away anytime soon – last year, they were responsible for 94% of successful malware
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Stop Using Internet Explorer

After 25 years, Internet Explorer is officially on its way out. Some end-of-life changes, like removing Microsoft Teams, have already
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Security Alert: Sophisticated Cybersecurity Attacks on US Healthcare Industry

The FBI, the Department of Homeland Security, and (unusually) the Department of Health and Human Services recently released a joint advisory warning
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A Single, Digital Keyring | Why and How to Implement a Password Vault

It’s time to delete that “passwords.xlsx” file on your corporate server or personal laptop. There’s no place in today’s threat landscape for
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Take the Pain Out of Passwords – Adopting Multi-Factor Authentication

The average employee logs into 10 different applications each day. That’s 10 different passwords, with 10 different password policies. And no matter
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"Why is Mytech trying to trick me?" | Simulated Phishing Tests

We're on your side, we promise.
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