November 30th is Computer Security Day. Today is a great day to remind your team members to continue to be extra vigilant as they watch for spam email messages. Continue reading ‘Happy Computer Security Day!’
If someone ever impersonates you via email, you may stop receiving legitimate email messages too. Computers belonging to people who received a fake email message may automatically send all new messages to the phony address instead of yours. Senders don’t realize what is happening, and you stop receiving essential email messages. Continue reading ‘You Might Stop Receiving Essential Email Messages, and What to Do About It’
The 3 minute Tesla car stealing video is fun, and keep reading the next paragraph about your organization’s security too. Continue reading ‘Stealing Tesla Cars, and Stealing Your Network with Agent Tesla’
If you place a call to tech support for your online accounting software or any program, and if the technical support representative on the phone asks you to download a diagnostic program to test your computer, think twice.
Continue reading ‘Can you Trust the Kindness of Tech Support Strangers?’
Imagine that you have a fleet of dozens of expensive vehicles, and you keep all of their keys in a locked cabinet. There is a master key that opens the cabinet.
We audited a company last week and discovered that their web filtering tools, designed to stop users from accidentally landing on malicious websites, was not blocking dangerous sites. In these days with ransomware and bad actors tricking users into clicking on dangerous links, it is essential to have web content filtering in place. Continue reading ‘Ask IT Pros to Check Your Routers and Firewalls’