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Staying Safe on Social Networking Sites

Social networking sites, sometimes referred to as “friend-of-a-friend” sites, build upon the concept of traditional social networks where you are connected to new people through people you already know. The

Recognizing Fake Antiviruses

Fake antivirus is malicious software (malware) designed to steal information from unsuspecting users by mimicking legitimate security software. The malware makes numerous system modifications making it extremely difficult to terminate

Good Security Habits

Always minimize the access other people have to your information. It’s simple to identify people who can gain physical access to your computer, but it is much more difficult to

June is Backup Awareness Month

Being Cyber Aware—Backup, Backup, Backup Losing all of your files, photos, videos, and music is scary. Regularly sync your mobile devices with your laptop or desktop. One dead drive, misplaced

June is Backup Awareness Month

A Little Mistake that Could Cost you a Fortune Many businesses assume a tape is an adequate form of data backup. ALL tape backups fail at some point in time!

Secure Your Wi-Fi

Make sure any Wi-Fi network that employees use for work is encrypted and secure. If you offer free Wi-Fi to customers, keep a separate network for the public and a

Traveling with Personal Internet-Enabled Devices

The Internet is at our fingertips with the widespread use of internet-enabled devices such as smartphones and tablets. When traveling and shopping anytime, and especially during the Memorial Day holiday