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  • Common Data Backup Mistakes You Might be Making

    Common Data Backup Mistakes You Might be Making

    Keeping your data protected continues to be of paramount importance, Why, you might ask? Because there are many ways we can lose our information via hard drive failures, physical damage, and hackers, who continue to disguise clever ways to steal data. While creating a data backup is a good start, it’s important to refrain from […]

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    A New SamSam Ransomware Campaign Attacks 67 Businesses

    A New SamSam Ransomware Campaign Attacks 67 Businesses

    ZDNet reports a new SamSam ransomware campaign targets organizations within the United States. So far, the ransomware attacked 67 companies, with one of these companies being an administer of the upcoming midterm elections. How Does This SamSam Ransomware Campaign Work? Typically, ransomware variants cast a wider net such as using phishing email schemes to find […]

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    The 3 Easiest Ways Hackers Can Access Your Business Data

    The 3 Easiest Ways Hackers Can Access Your Business Data

    Businesses can take many shapes from traditional models to small businesses you operate from the confines of your home. In all instances, your company contains financial, contact, and other sensitive information hackers want to have access to. And depending on the method of attack, this could cost your company money, result in stolen identities and […]

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    Facebook Data Breach: How to Know if You’re Affected

    Facebook Data Breach: How to Know if You’re Affected

    Recently, Facebook announced it discovered a security flaw that could affect as many as 50 million accounts. The security issue concerned the “view as” feature. In this feature, hackers were able to gain access to digital keys that would allow them to take over the user’s account. This digital key is similar to a pin […]

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    Email Malware: Impersonation Becomes Primary Deployment Method

    Email Malware: Impersonation Becomes Primary Deployment Method

    When you receive emails from friends or work colleagues on your phone, how much attention do you give to their email addresses? If you’re like some, probably none whatsoever. After all, with mobile email, it doesn’t show the person’s email address just their name. And this is what hackers want to bank on. Now, they […]

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    What Are SIM Card Attacks and How Can You Stop Them?

    What Are SIM Card Attacks and How Can You Stop Them?

    There’s no doubt scammers are becoming inventive in their quest for personal information. One of the more uncommon ways they can gain access to your data is through SIM card attacks. What Are SIM Card Attacks? Thieves gain access to your information through SIM card swaps. How do they do it? By contacting your cell […]

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    3 Ways to Prevent Targeted Ads from Tracking You

    3 Ways to Prevent Targeted Ads from Tracking You

    Say you’re on Amazon looking for a toy for your dog. You decline to buy at the time, closing out your web browser. Then something sort of creepy happens: you start to see ads for that very same pet toy on other websites. You might even receive emails promoting it. This is targeted ads and […]

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    Scammers Are Using Copycat Fortnite Apps to Spread Malware

    Scammers Are Using Copycat Fortnite Apps to Spread Malware

    Fortnite has become one of the most popular games in the world. And with that attention, many hackers are hoping to cash in. Wired recently found there are websites advertising Fortnite, however; when you go to download it, you’ll receive malware instead. A Golden Opportunity When Epic Games made Fortnite available on the Android platform, […]

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    What is Email Spoofing and How Can I Stop It From Happening to Me?

    What is Email Spoofing and How Can I Stop It From Happening to Me?

    You’re checking your email like you normally do when you receive a strange message from your friend or loved one. The message usually implies that you’ve been hacked. Naturally, your first thought might be to panic. After all, if your friend is sending you this warning, this might be legit. However, this is more likely […]

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