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Phishing Works - Here's Why It Works and Why You Should Care

Your business runs on communication. Without digital communications, your processes grind to a halt, and your profits dry up.

But what if your communications – the very lifeblood of your company – could be turned into a weapon against you?

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Which of Your Employees Should Do Regular Security Training & Why?

Employees have a love/hate relationship with cybersecurity training. They love to get away from the tedium of their daily work, but cybersecurity best practices aren’t necessarily #1 on their “fun things to learn about” list, right?

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Employee Exit Checklist for Microsoft 365 – in 4 Screenshots

Depending upon which source you believe, somewhere between 30 percent and 50 percent of ex-employees retain access to their previous employer’s cloud systems after terminationAnd while most ex-employees are trustworthy, this represents a huge security (and legal) risk for your companyIf no one is actively monitoring the account, bad guys could go unnoticed and have full access to the same data as that ex-employee

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Valuable Business Data Bad Guys Can Easily Steal

Dark web marketplaces are full of deals selling data from businesses like yours. What are they offering? Read on to find out...

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What You Should Know About the Ongoing SolarWinds Government Cyber Breaches

This is a developing story...Latest Update 12/17/2020: Microsoft has changed Windows Defender’s default action against this malware from “Alert” to “Quarantine,” This action could cause systems to crash but will effectively kill the malware when it discovers it. On Sunday, December 13th, 2020 it was discovered that a large-scale cyber breach has infected U.S. government agencies, including the Department of Treasury and the Department of Commerce.

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