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Read these tips to stay secure during the holiday season!

9 tips you don't want to miss

  • 14 December 2015
  • Author: Amber Schmitt
  • Number of views: 2352
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During the holiday season, being secure is most important! Read these tips to make sure you're doing everything right!

Apple's OS X Security Honeymoon Is Over

Apple OS X is under more scrutiny than ever

  • 20 October 2015
  • Author: Amber Schmitt
  • Number of views: 2812
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Due to Apple’s increased market share, it’s now apparent that OS X wasn’t as secure as people thought, and it was a simple matter of malware writers not targeting Apple. Now, the honeymoon is over and there is a large increase in attacks against Apple operating systems, so the same security measures that Windows users take and Apple users have ignored, will have to be used.

Feb. 1 - Happy Change Your Password Day

Enjoy Responsibly...

  • 1 February 2012
  • Author: Sheri Mora
  • Number of views: 2314
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Mardi Gras ain't got nothing on today's festivities!

Infected Android apps can hijack your texts

  • 15 May 2011
  • Author: Sheri Mora
  • Number of views: 2313
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11 Android apps have been found to contain malware that is rigged to automatically send text messages from your Google Android smartphone to phone numbers in China.

Cloudy, With A Chance of...

The Integrity of Your Data

  • 27 March 2011
  • Author: Sheri Mora
  • Number of views: 2480
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Security, liability, connectivity, disclosure (data location and if/when it is moved), backup and recovery procedures, and more should all be reviewed closely.

Computer Security Updates

  • 17 March 2011
  • Author: Sheri Mora
  • Number of views: 2494
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Security Alert

Zbot (a.k.a. Zeus) Wants to Steal Your Financial Data

  • 6 March 2011
  • Author: Sheri Mora
  • Number of views: 1825
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A recent security threat called Zbot, (a.k.a. Zeus) has been causing quite a buzz, particularly in the finance industry. In addition to sending spam, executing denial-of-service attacks, and distributing malware, its primary purpose is to steal financial information from infected computers.

Mobile Device Security

Smartphones, netbook, e-reader vulnerability

  • 3 January 2011
  • Author: Sheri Mora
  • Number of views: 1699
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As technology becomes more efficient and interconnected it also becomes more vulnerable.
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