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5 Keys to Disaster Recovery Planning

Backups - Disaster Recovery Plan

According to “IT Pulse” when IT Systems fail, and employees are unable to access their files, 552 employee work-hours are lost annually. That is more than a quarter of the year for a single employee of a typical small business! So how is your Disaster Recovery Plan? How do you define a DISASTER? Disaster doesn’t […]

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Ransomware: How Can I Protect My Business?

At the cost of $5 Billion in 2017, ransomware is taking center-stage attention in the news. Especially since it’s so destructive and affects a vast range of entities. If you’re unsure if your business needs to take action to protect itself from this type of attack, the answer is yes. This affects everyone, everywhere. Windows […]

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Trojans – Devious computer viruses

Trojans

Trojans – Inspired by the art of war Most know the story of the Trojan Horse used by the Greeks to enter the city of Troy and win the war. After 10 years of siege and nothing to show for it, the Greeks constructed a giant wooden horse and hid a small force inside. Pretending […]

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Keyloggers – Watching everything you type

keyloggers

Keyloggers are programs or devices that record every keystroke you make. It can be used on anyone to watch and record everything they type on their PC. It is arguably the most dangerous tool in any cybercriminals arsenal. Used to obtain logins, passwords, emails, credit card numbers, banking information, and other sensitive data. Keyloggers have […]

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Ransomware – Could you get hit?

The short answer is yes. Everyone can be a victim of a Ransomware attack. Small businesses, mid or large sized companies and many other organizations are susceptible. However, your vulnerability can depend on how appealing your data is, how vulnerable your security is and how current your employee training is with regards to email scams […]

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