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Three Serious Trends to Watch Out for in Cyber Security

First, are your servers backed up to the cloud? The use of online backup will continue to grow. Organizations are finding out, sometimes the hard way, Continue reading ‘Three Serious Trends to Watch Out for in Cyber Security’


Recover Quickly if Ransomware Attacks at Remote Worker and Home Computers

Ransomware is a common problem. If an attacker encrypts all your files and demands that you pay ransom to unlock your files, you will want to be able to recover quickly. Regular backups are not enough. Continue reading ‘Recover Quickly if Ransomware Attacks at Remote Worker and Home Computers’


Delta Airlines Believes their Epic Technology Failure is like Painting a Bridge

On August 8, Delta had to cancel 2,000 flights due to a major technology malfunction. It could have been prevented. Continue reading ‘Delta Airlines Believes their Epic Technology Failure is like Painting a Bridge’


Be Secure or Be Compliant – Which Should You Do First?

If your organization meets requirements so that you are compliant with HIPAA, PCI DSS, SOC 2, or any other standard it does not mean you are secure. In fact, Continue reading ‘Be Secure or Be Compliant – Which Should You Do First?’


Disaster Recovery Planning – Important New Threat

Most executives know the importance of having, and testing, what they refer to as a disaster recovery plan. If you are serious about protecting your organization from a disaster, and you may owe it to yourself, your family, and your team members, know that PBS released a NOVA video that highlights a real danger we all face. The show is less than an hour long, is available online from PBS, and it is called Continue reading ‘Disaster Recovery Planning – Important New Threat’