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Back to School: Student Cybersecurity Tips

It’s back-to-school time, and no matter the age of the student, or the location of the school, there’s one class that everyone needs to pass. Smart cybersecurity habits need to be on all of our minds, and we can’t afford to fail. We’ve put together some reminders about staying safe online and with your technology. […]

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The Human Element

With regard to technology, the Human Race is in an actual race to have the latest products and solutions integrated into our lives. We will stand in line for hours to be the first to have a new phone when it is released.  Camp out on Black Friday to get a good deal on electronics and smart […]

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This ONE Person Can Sink Your Company

It’s not just cybercriminals who hack into networks and steal data. Most business owners erroneously think cybercrime is limited to hackers based in China or Russia, but the evidence is overwhelming that disgruntled employees, both of your company and your vendors, can cause significant losses due to their knowledge of your organization and access to […]

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Scarier than the Boogeyman

One of the common issues on the Dark Web – whether you use it or not – is the sale of passwords, bank account information, Social Security numbers, and other private data. Hackers can breach firewalls and software to obtain this information and then go to the Dark Web to sell it to other criminals. […]

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I Love When This Happens

I Love When This Happens! We had a client leave us a voicemail about a recent experience with their tablets not working efficiently. Here’s what she had to say: “Just calling to give you some kudos for when you came to our aid when our tablets were down and falling apart and not working to […]

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What Is Malvertising?

Oxford Dictionary defines malvertising as ‘the practice of incorporating malware in online advertisements.’  Short for malicious software, or malware advertising, this is the practice of attacking viewers or consumers with fraudulent information that is inserted into sometimes (but not always) legitimate advertisements. How Does It Work Malvertising works in conjunction with the online advertising ecosystem by initiating […]

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How Philadelphia Area Businesses Can Quickly Eliminate Tech Problems in Their Office

How Philadelphia Area Businesses Can Quickly Eliminate Tech Problems in Their Office Now more than ever, we depend on technology to run our business (and our lives). When the “internet goes down,” most businesses are at a standstill until they are back online, costing thousands in lost productivity and sales. It’s not just the BIG […]

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What is Vishing?

Cybercriminal activity has many terms that are part of the mainstream vernacular. The dark web, breaches, and most people have heard of phishing, even if they don’t know how to recognize a fraudulent email.  In fact, Google recently warned nearly 5 million people in a recent week about potentially harmful sites that they are about […]

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3 Shifting Priorities for Modern CIOs

Remote work and the acceleration of digital transformation led to a holistic expansion of the CIO role. CIOs’ responsibilities are continuously evolving in tandem with the technology landscape and there are new priorities compared to how their roles were defined in the past. Historically, this C-suite role has been tasked with supporting IT solutions. CIOs […]

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