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How Companies Save Thousands With The Right Cybersecurity Strategy.

54% of companies will be increasing their cybersecurity spend this year, but if they don't pay attention to this one money saving tip--they could be allocating funds in the wrong place. Read on to discover the secret to saving money with the right cybersecurity strategy. 

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Fake Social Media and Amazon Phishing Scams to Watch Out For

Fake email notifications are one of the common attacks hackers use to target small to midsize businesses with phishing attacks. These fake security emails are meant to try to scare you into taking action with messages like “Your account will be suspended in 24 hours.”

These attacks rely on getting you to believe these messages were actually sent from the real platform. 

Because of social engineering efforts, hackers are getting much better at mimicking the tone and word choice companies use to alert their customers. Which means that readers must take extra precautions in order to not get duped. Let's look at a few recent examples of this. 

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Five Things to Include in your 2020 Technology Budget

This time of year is budgeting time for many companies. With technology continuing to evolve, there are almost too many options when it comes to deciding what to include in your budget—especially when you throw considerations like virtual meetings and remote work into the mix. Here are some critical items you'll need to have.

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Things to do in Office 365 BEFORE you get breached

Cloud-based services, including Office 365, Google Drive, DropBox, and many more, are a big target for cyber criminals. Since the services are not behind your firewall, anyone with access to the internet can try to target your account and access sensitive information. 

Fortunately,  there are some easy—and free!—things you can do make your Office 365 environment more secure. Unfortunately, almost no one wants to do these things until after their account gets compromised.

 

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When Your Password Isn't Enough to Protect Your Identity

Ten years ago, it wasn’t that hard to protect your online accounts – a simple password would do just fine for the most part (along with the knowledge that the Nigerian prince emailing you wasn’t really a Nigerian prince). In today's advanced cybercrime world, protecting your identity is a lot harder than it used to be.

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