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A new phishing attack was recently discovered using malicious Word documents. The important thing to know about this attack is simple. “Never open something from someone you don’t know or something from someone you aren’t expecting something from!” Also be confident before you ever click “ENABLE EDITING” on a document. While this treat is out

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False Sense of Security! Firewalls, System Backups, Anti-Virus, Complex Passwords, Dual-Factor Sign-On, Spam Filtering, etc, etc, is all great and necessary; but these areas can only give one a false sense of security.   91% of hacking starts with phishing emails.  That means security begins and ends with users.  Users need to be trained on what

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As many people have found out early this year there has been news of a security flaw in many modern-day processors. Even though the news recently broke out the vulnerabilities that where depicted in these news updates where already known by major companies since the middle of 2017. They were reported by Google’s Project Zero

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There have been recent articles depicting of an up and coming form of phishing known as brandjacking. The latest one gaining popularity is a phishing/brandjacking email spoofing as Netflix. The email starts out with the Netflix logo then states that your payment has been denied. It then asks you to update your payment credentials. Be

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During this holiday season, there was a spike in consumer smart products. You might know some of these products like the Amazon Echo, Google Home, and many other smart home technologies. What you might not have known is the possible security risks of having these smart products. This is what researchers at loT security firm

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