The Ransomware Gamble

Being on guard can be exhausting in any situation.  Learning behaviors that can offset the risk of danger can help, but it isn’t always a failsafe

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Getting the Message Out There

The three largest network morning news shows are often what Americans have on in the background as we get ready for work or school. You’ll find the

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Cyber Insurance

As an adult, it is likely that you’re at least carrying one insurance policy.  Life, renters, auto, home…. In fact, it is very likely that

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Not Much to Smile About

SmileDirectClub (SDC) is a business that offers teledentistry services throughout the world.  They produce and sell transparent retainers that fi

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Updating Software

It’s that little alert on your desktop.  The “upgrades available” indicator when you check your computer.  Or when your smartphone tells you t

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Normalizing Breaches

In August of 2019, Facebook was the victim of a data breach that compromised information from 533 million people from 106 different countries.  Why

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Mobile Threat

Verizon recently released their 2021 Mobile Security Index report, and in it they summarize their research findings by looking at 856 IT profes

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Check Yourself

At this time of year, we all risk resembling Charlie Brown waiting on his Valentine in the mailbox.  Has my check arrived?  Is it in the mailbox

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Hoop Hack Attack

There’s a March Madness of a different kind that happens each year during this time of tournaments: the onslaught of phishing emails that users

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Ring a Ding Ding

Your phone rings once.  The number looks familiar, same area code, same exchange as your local area, so you pick it up.  Hello? No one responds

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