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Category: Security

NTELogic.com | Email security

What Is Email Security, and Why Should You Care?

Email is one of the most often used communication channels in business. It’s a fundamental part of modern communications. Email is also a medium that’s “always-on,” and people have access to it from anywhere. While it’s a necessity, it’s also a channel ripe with risk.

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How Does Email Archiving Work?

Email is likely a critical communication channel for your business, both internally and externally. However, you may have concerns about security, accessibility, and storage. The best solution to address all of these is email archiving. In this post, we’ll explain what it is, how it

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Is Your Email Exchange Secure and Compliant?

Email is a critical channel for communication for any business. In highly regulated industries, the security requirements for email differ depending on the information it contains. That means you need a secure email exchange to meet compliance. But how do you know if your email

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NTELogic.com | Protect Your Employees Against Vishing

Protect Your Employees Against Vishing

Cybercriminals are always looking for new ways to scam users. Attacks continue to be more sophisticated and common. Organizations must remain vigilant against vishing, which uses the telephone as the channel for scamming.

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NTELogic.com | Essential IT Services for Small Business

Cybercriminals Exploit QR Codes

The growing use of QR codes – those funny looking square bar codes showing up everywhere – makes mobile transactions more efficient. It also presents a growing cyberthreat. I guess I’m not surprised. Sadly, cybercriminals gravitate to highly successful and useful tech tools to perpetrate

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NTELogic.com | Secure Exchange Email

Exchange Email Environment Top Tips for Security

Exchange email is an essential tool for any business. By leveraging the cloud, organizations no longer have to house email servers on-premises, lowering costs and improving accessibility. While many Exchange environments offer the same features and functionality, they don’t all have the same security. If

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