Imagine walking into the office on a Monday morning and seeing that your computer has nothing on it. That weeks’ worth of complex excel calculations? Gone. Your client project that needs to get out the door today? Disappeared. The long list of unread emails? Poof. (Even though you might not be so upset about that).
Every small company seeks to pay lower taxes to increase their profit margins on products and services that they provide. Now in Maryland that opportunity exists and with the added benefit of enhanced cybersecurity.
As a company that manages IT security and tech support, the new year is time to take stock of the cyber security landscape. Our own experience has taught us that cyber challenges will only increase, although the nature of those threats continually evolves. Here is what leading experts expect to emerge in 2019.
News Alert: Bad Rabbit Ransomware
This blog post is a continuation from The Beginners Guide to Securing Yourself in the Modern Digital World. Read Part 1.
Part 1: A Brief Introduction
Each time a major data breach, like the one at Equifax, makes news, the company offers identity theft protection. How do you prevent this happening again? And again? And again? Many people don’t know what to do to secure their personal lives, so we’ve invited guest blogger Zachary Cohn to share his six-step beginner’s guide to securing your digital life.
IRS and FBI Scam
The government has issued two different alerts to warn the public about new email and Internet scams.
It was Friday morning. The staff was trickling in, ready to wrap up the week's work, except for one problem. They were locked out of the network. Everything on the server-- client documents, financial spreadsheets, media plans and analytics, graphics, production software, and the most critical problem, the project tracking software at the core of their day-to-day business—all locked and held...