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Two Factors are Better Than One

Fact: 73% of online accounts are guarded by duplicate passwords and 54% of people use five or fewer passwords across their entire online life. 68% of professionals share passwords across personal work accounts via their mobile device. Half of those surveyed had no password, PIN, or biometric security on their mobile phone. 39% of adults…

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TekTips: How to spot a phishing email

It’s an inevitability that you will one day receive a phishing email, if you haven’t already. The important part is not getting reeled in to the scam. Here are a few ways you can spot that phishing email next time it comes in. Are you expecting the email? If you’re not expecting something from someone…

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A Password is like a Toothbrush

When was the last time you thought about the password policy for your business?   This might seem like a small thing, but it’s one of your first lines of defense from outside attacks. When we audit businesses, we typically find multiple staff members whose passwords are set to never expire and have the account…

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Anitvirus Means Pro-Business

Fact: In 2017, 5.4 billion attacks by the WannaCry virus were successfully blocked. Today, 1 in 13 web requests lead to malware, up 3% from 2016. 2017 represented an 80% increase in new malware on Mac computers. The average cost in time of a malware attack is 50 days. TekTip: Use antivirus software and keep…

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