Do You Know What To Do if Your Business Caught a Ransomware Virus Today?

Let’s talk about your business data (financial, business, operations, employee, and customer data + intellectual property, etc.). What would happen to your business if one of your employees caught a ransomware virus and not only they but your entire company became locked out of all of your data today, halting all business operations? How much downtime, frustration, and financial burden would that cost your company? On average, small businesses lose around $8,500

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Utilizing a Remote Workforce? How Are You Protecting Your Computers and Networks Outside of Your Office?

Let’s talk about Computer and Network Privacy. Do you know if your computers and networks are strongly defended? Do you have a Firewall, AntiVirus, and AntiSpam? Do you know what tools your business uses for these? Do you know if they routinely updated, maintained, and tested for quality? If the answer is no or you’re not sure because an internal I.T. person or outsourced I.T. Guy or I.T. Support company manages

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2 Questions to Determine If You Can Trust Your IT Support Company

Your business has a lot of sensitive data about your operations, your partners, and your customers. You are likely (hopefully) doing everything you can to protect that information from hackers who want to steal it and make money off it. You’ve even hired an I.T. support company to make things more secure — unless your I.T. provider is inadvertently making you vulnerable to attack! Many businesses, especially those too small

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A Year of Massive Security Breaches – Who Was Hit in 2018 and How It Affects You

This year, some of the most popular companies faced massive security breaches, affecting millions of users and exposing private and financial information. This data was either acquired for malicious use by the hacker themselves or sold off to the highest bidding cyber-criminal organizations. For companies with the largest budgets for cybersecurity, they may suffer some backlash from their once trusting user and customer base, but nothing compared to what a

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IT Horror Stories – Law Firm Liability

Imagine that you are the Managing Partner of a large law firm. One day in the middle of a big case, one of your attorneys is complaining about not being able to access an important case file on the network. A call into your outsourced I.T. Company and a scan through their computer verifies that there is in fact, an issue. The I.T. company’s anti-virus scanning software confirms that the attorney’s PC has been

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If You’re Considering Hosting Your Operation on Vendor Servers (AKA the Cloud), Ask Yourself These 5 Questions

Deciding between hosting information on an internal server or an external one (the cloud) can be difficult, even for technically savvy owners. Many factors make the decision personal and specific not only to each industry, but also to each company and office. Internal hosting often carries a higher upfront price tag and capital expense, while external hosting will likely require monthly fees. With internal hosting, businesses can exhibit tighter control

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