Summit Tech Blog

It’s a win-win for Maryland small businesses: Lower taxes and cybersecurity

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.

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Valentine’s Day Brings Out the Catfish.

Valentines Day brings out the best (and worst) in people. As couples scramble to book their dinner reservations and grab the last bouquet of flowers, singles are swiping and clicking to find last minute love. Yet in the search for love, many online daters are finding scams and fraud instead.

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It's National Data Privacy Day. Wishful Thinking?

Today, January 28, is National Data Privacy Day, the annual date devoted to raising awareness about the use (or misuse) of our personal data and the importance of keeping it private. Many would argue that ship has sailed.

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Donuts & Data Breaches

While Dunkin' may not have suffered a data breach to their own systems, the company notified everyone who has a DD Perks rewards accounts that cyber criminals may have accessed their personal information through the DD Perk profiles in October 2018. 

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Infographic: 5 Creepy Cyber Facts

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2018 Amazon Prime Day: The Scams are About to Begin

All Day Shopping Means Your Office IT Network is at Risk

“Your order cannot be shipped…”

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How Hackers are Using Your Address Book Against You

By Lee Snead| June 21, 2018 |

Tags: Security Awareness, Email, cybersecurity

D oes this sound familiar? A phone call out of the blue from a former co-worker, alarmed about an e-mail she said you sent her—only you didn’t.

 Janet, your former colleague, was clearly upset.  “I just got your email!Why are you sending me random links to these websites? I clicked the link and now my screen is filled with pop-ups that I can’t get rid of. I can’t use my browser at all anymore...

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Summit Rebrands and Expands Security Awareness Service

The Summit Security Awareness Service is becoming the Phishgoggles Security Awareness Service, a name that reflects the most common form of social engineering and the greatest cybersecurity risk to organizations.

With this rebrand, Summit also is enhancing the service with a new exclusive client portal that provides Phishgoggles Security Awareness customers with premier, curated content , from...

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A Cyberattack is Inevitable. Layered Security is the Best Defense.

Remember the 1990’s, when your new desktop computer came with Minesweeper, a full suite of productivity software – and an anti-virus program? Whether it was Symantec, McAfee or Norton, that icon on your desktop once meant that your office’s data and budding IT infrastructure was relatively safe and secure.

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Hacking March Madness - The Cybercriminal's Final Four Bracket Picks

The madness is about to begin…

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