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Dec, 2016

How to Protect Your Firm from Spam & Malware

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Just when you think your firm is safe from cyber criminals, you could fall victim to a data compromise. Many companies don’t have the proper level of IT security services to protect their information, which makes them easy targets for hackers. Protecting your firm from spam and malware can take a little time, depending on the approach you use, but it is critical to protecting your business’s confidential information. Here are a few tips on how to better protect your firm. Make Your Firm a Difficult Target It’s not too difficult […]

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Dec, 2016

Hackers Are At It Again, Phishing for Information

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Thousands of businesses and individuals fall victim to cyber attacks every year. The one thing most victims have in common is thinking they would never be targeted by hackers. The reality is hackers don’t care if your company is large or small or if you’re just an individual with not much money in your bank account. They will take anything they can get so they cast their nets far and wide. Without a complete managed IT support service, your company could be at risk of losing everything. Who Are Hackers? Hackers […]

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Dec, 2016

Does Your Company Have a Poor Physical Security Plan?

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Because of the state of modern technology, many companies focus more on their cyber security through IT security services but tend to neglect physical security. Physical security includes having surveillance cameras, padlocks, access controls and maybe even a security guard patrolling the area. Physical security and cyber security go hand-in-hand. Both types of security will protect your assets and keep your employees safe. When you have cameras and other technical equipment installed, you need a good IT company to manage and monitor those components. Secure the Right Areas The main […]

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Nov, 2016

Does Your Firm Have BYOD Security Policies in Place?

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There are many reasons companies today have implemented “bring your own device” (BYOD) policies for their employees. It allows employees to be more connected with work at all times, whether it’s after hours or while they’re traveling. While this is a convenient option for increasing productivity and employee satisfaction, there are also some security risks involved. The importance of a proactive IT management strategy can’t be understated when it comes to BYOD security. Here are some of the most common security measures companies take in regards to BYOD so you can […]

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