Security & Privacy

Security & Privacy

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Joe and Chad give a live demonstration of Microsoft Teams. They show viewers how Teams works and all the possibilities that come with it. To…

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Stay Secure on Zoom

While social distancing is still in order, many are using Zoom for video conference calls and meetings. With the recent increase in Zoom’s popularity, hackers…

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Is your Netflix account safe?

With more than 148 million subscribers globally, Netflix is one of the most popular streaming services. Like anything else, where people and money are, criminals are as well.

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Start using two factor authentication – like yesterday

Two-factor authentication is an authentication mechanism to double check that your identity is legitimate. Not a week goes by that we don’t receive a frantic phone call from someone with a compromised account. A bad actor has cracked their email password and sent out thousands of spam emails. Each one of these phone calls could have been avoid if they would have enabled two-factor authentication for their account.

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Critical Windows Security Update!

Earlier this week Microsoft released fixes for a critical Remote Code Execution vulnerability in Remote Desktop Services that affects some older version of Windows and Windows Server. So, why should I care?   Well, if you have a Windows 7 or heaven forbid a Windows XP computer, you need to worry.  If your company runs a Windows 2008 Server or for some reason still a Windows 2003 Server, you better take this warning serious.

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