Think you’re too big to be hacked? Think again

No organization is too big to be hacked. It seems there are almost daily reports about large companies that have fallen victim to hackers. In most circumstances, the hackers will gain access to the account and set up rules and additional folders through the settings that will automatically forward emails containing financial data to an […]

Don’t be too busy to fall for this tax scam

An employer’s life is almost always busy, but it is even more so at the first part of the year with the added responsibilities of preparing documents for filing taxes for both themselves, their business and so their employees can file their taxes as well. Unfortunately, scam artists are counting on this hectic season to […]

Protect your family with one last password

Caring for an aging or ill family member or loved one is difficult work, but it can be even more challenging when needing to access their financial and medical information. With one last password, accessing critical information is much easier – and safer. As we all know, more and more of our daily business – both […]

It’s back: Ransomware continues to plague networks

A new ransomware attack has hit many targets in Europe and Russia, and could soon make its way to the United States.  The attack is a customized version of the WannaCry virus that hit a few months ago where hundreds of thousands of users were locked down and the data held ransom until the victim […]

Be vigilant to protect against ransomware

The massive worldwide cyberattack this weekend provides a good opportunity to revisit your IT security measures. Hundreds of thousands of users were infected with what is referred to as ransomware that locked down victims’ computers and held the data ransom until the victim paid money in bitcoins. Once the initial computer was infected, the virus, […]