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COVID-19 and Cybercrime

FBI Warns of Email Phishing Attacks in COVID-19 Pandemic Several of our clients have reported an increasing amount of phishing email messages showing up in their Inboxes and those of others in their organizations. The global efforts to combat the COVID-19 pandemic have understandably diverted

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Techronym Tuesday for 3/17

Double whammy! Tuesday + #StPatricksDay = 4-leaf clover Techronym Tuesday! You won’t need your lucky charms to decode this weeks Techronyms: VGA – VGA is Video Graphics Array, which is a standard for a computer’s video display controller. It was first introduced with the IBM

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Statement to Our Clients Regarding Coronavirus

March 14, 2020 Statement to Our Clients Regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19) The health and safety of our clients and our team members is always our utmost concern. During these increasingly anxious and uncertain times, this is especially true with the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). We

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Techronym Tuesday March 10th

It’s Tuesday and that means it’s Techronym Tuesday! Skip the decoder ring, we breakdown those pesky technology acronyms. Here’s this week’s Techronyms… HDD – A HDD (HD) is the computer’s Hard Disk Drive. A hard disk drive is a non-volatile storage device. That means that

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Five Simple Ways to Spot Phishing Emails

Five Ways to Spot Phishing Emails Did you know that 9 out of 10 data breaches today involve a phishing attack? These attacks typically consist of fake emails designed to look like they’re coming from a brand or institution that you trust or do business

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Techronym Tuesday

Today we’re kicking off a new weekly feature we’re calling Techronym Tuesday. Each week we’ll pick one or two of the many acronyms that are commonly used in technology. Hopefully you’ll find this interesting, fun and informative. If there’s a particular technology acronym you want

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