WannaCry Ransomware: Be Aware

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  • May 16, 2017
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Everyone’s talking about WannaCry, the new ransomware attack that has affected more than 200,000 users and businesses in 150+ countries. This malicious software is particularly aggressive and can spread rapidly throughout an organization crippling the business. Strong IT security is a combination of technology, process, and education all of which

Why Education is Your Best Cybersecurity Defense

  • May 11, 2017
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In a recent cybersecurity study, the Pew Research Center developed a brief survey designed to test user familiarity with secure cyber practices and related issues, such as strong passwords, phishing and two-factor authentication. Researchers conducted the poll online, submitting 13 questions to a random sample of adult internet users living

The State of BYOD in 2017: Concerns, Benefits and Conclusions

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  • May 9, 2017
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If your company is like most today, you concede that the practice of employees using personal devices to perform enterprise work tasks (BYOD) is widespread and growing quickly. It’s an easy conclusion to reach, given that there will be 12.1 billion mobile devices in service globally next year. What isn’t

3 Things That Make Millennial Workers Tick

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  • May 3, 2017
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It’s not hyperbole to say that millennials–and the ways companies have changed to accommodate them–have fundamentally transformed the modern workplace. Look no further than the overhauling of corporate BYOD (bring your own device) policies for proof. Such changes are inevitable and (arguably) necessary because this young, talented, tech-savvy cohort is

Business Continuity Basics: 8 Good Habits for Road Warriors

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  • April 27, 2017
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Every time you or one of your employees slings a laptop bag over a shoulder and hits the road for a business trip or remote working session, your company tempts disruption. Why? Because study after study confirms the human element continues as one of the largest risk factors involved in
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