Cyber Security for Small Businesses

Posted by Sean McCabe on November 6, 2017 at 1:55 PM

Cyber security is no longer a luxury item for small businesses. Phishing, ransomware, data breaches, lions and tigers and bears, oh my! It shouldn’t come as a shock anymore that hackers are attacking business websites in various ways, all in order to create operational disruptions and snatch sensitive info.

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Topics: cyber security, small businesses

Five Computer Viruses To Keep An Eye On

Posted by Sean McCabe on September 28, 2017 at 3:45 PM

Five of the most common computer viruses can put a damper on your day-to-day work environment. If you are unprepared for such an event, then you could face a severe virus that can cause chaos to your system. This means headaches such as file deletion, loss of data, and a widespread infection to every device you might use for work.

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Topics: cyber security, viruses

Small Businesses Learning Cyber-Security is Number One Priority

Posted by Sean McCabe on September 25, 2017 at 3:20 PM

During a data emergency at your office, all you want is peace of mind knowing that everything will be back to normal. Protecting your workstations and network storage devices, is the number one priority for any IT department. This no longer only applies to major corporations.

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Topics: Backup for Businesses, cyber security, hackers

Cyber Threats Ramp Up For Law Firms

Posted by Sean McCabe on July 17, 2017 at 4:26 PM

The WannaCry attack has company. Late last month, the DLA Piper attack reminded legal professionals that they’re all major ransomware targets. DLA Piper is a multinational law firm located all over the world, including North and South America, Asia, Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. So it’s not really a wonder why cyber criminals would see a bullseye on DLA’s back.

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Topics: hacking, cyber security, law firms

Who Was Behind Ukraine Ransomware Attack?

Posted by Sean McCabe on July 3, 2017 at 11:45 AM



GoldenEye is no longer just known as Pierce Brosnan’s best James Bond movie. The GoldenEye strain of the Petya ransomware was designed to wipe out tons of data from Ukrainian companies. The Ukraine’s SBU security service says it found evidence suggesting that Russian government-sponsored hackers were involved.

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Topics: hacking, cyber security

The World of Hackers

Posted by Sean McCabe on June 19, 2017 at 3:42 PM

If you’ve been paying attention to the news for the past six months or so, you would know that hackers have a spotlight on them like never before. They are being talked about by everyone from government officials, to reporters, to even your friends, family and coworkers. But before you start labeling yourself a hacking expert just because you have Mr. Robot on “season pass”, you need to understand where they are, why they do it, and most importantly… how to protect yourself from network threats.

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Topics: Malicious Software Protection, hacking, cyber security


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