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Four Ways to Protect Your Business from Ransomware

Ransomware is malicious software designed to make your data inaccessible by encrypting files on your computers and network. The cybercriminal that sent the ransomware will then ask you for a substantial ransom to unencrypt your files.

Topics: Backups Ransomware cyber security Breach Malware

Why Your Organization Needs to Build a Cyber Security Culture

Many companies approach cyber security simply by using tools and technology to protect their networks. While this is an important step, it is also important to build a culture of cyber security.

Topics: Ransomware Phishing cyber security passwords Breach

How to stop an Insider Cyber Attack before it Happens?

(Updated from September 15, 2021)

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Top 5 Things Your Law Firm can do to Improve Cybersecurity

(This is a summary of an article written for TLOMA Today: 5 Things Your Law Firm Can do Right Now to Improve Cybersecurity)

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3 Common Myths About Ransomware You Should Avoid

(Updated from September 29, 2021)

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Why Would a Cybercriminal Want to Hack my Small Business?

If you believe your company is too small to be targeted by cybercriminals, think again. Due to their lack of substantial cyber security budgets, small businesses are often viewed by hackers as “low hanging fruit,” or easy targets. Statistics confirm this as well.

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Does my Organization Need Multifactor Authentication?

(Updated from September 10, 2021)

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Why Prioritizing Your Key Business Processes Important?

(Updated from November, 19th 2021)

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Is Business on the Internet Risky?

If you are starting a new business, you want to get on the Internet. Businesses like yours get on the Internet for many reasons, but the most basic one is that to gain and retain customers, you need to have an Internet presence. There is a risk associated with having an Internet presence. Whether you have an informational website, an eCommerce website, or are transferring data through the cloud, the benefits of being online do come with some risks.

Topics: Ransomware cyber security Breach

Why Your Business Needs a Cyber Resiliency Strategy

In general, resilience refers to the ability to bounce back quickly after adversity. Cyber resilience refers to being able to quickly recover from a cyber security challenge. In today’s cyber world, companies that are cyber resilient are the ones who will continue to thrive.

Topics: Ransomware cyber security Breach Digital Transformation