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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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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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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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Do You VPN?

Do You VPN? If you travel for business, it is highly likely you’ve connected to the free Wi-Fi in the airport terminal, local coffee shop or even on public transit. Have you ever connected to that free Wi-Fi in your hotel room and gotten a

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Email Phishing Attacks – Part Duex

As we posted last March, email phishing attacks continue at record levels. Those who seek to commit fraud keep getting more innovative in their efforts. Many people have become savvy enough to recognize the common tell-tale signs. Whether it’s a tragedy or a fake IRS

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Urgent Windows 7 Patch

Microsoft Release Urgent Security Patch Unpatched Windows 7 Systems Exposed to WannaCry Style Worm As part of its May 14 Patch Tuesday, Microsoft released an urgent security fix for several older versions of Windows. For users still running Windows 7, Windows XP or Windows Server

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Barracuda Email Spoof

What the Barracuda Email Spoof Means for Your Business Elaborate Scheme to Steal O365 User Credentials The email spoof remains one of the favorite tools used by cyber-criminals to phish information. A recently uncovered scheme moved the bar up in terms of sophistication. As if

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Latest Facebook Data Breach

Facebook Data Breach Exposes User Data 540 Million Facebook Users Impacted User ID’s, Friends Lists and Photos Among the Data Exposed Two separate databases that stored Facebook user profile details on unsecured Amazon AWS cloud servers were discovered this week by cybersecurity research firm Upguard.

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Business Email Compromise Tops $12B

Internet Crime Complaint Center Releases Business Alert Report cites 136% increase in lost business assets On Friday the 13th, the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) released a Public Service Announcement. The announcement warns of the risks businesses face from Business Email Compromise (BEC) and Email

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