Email Security For Your Business

Did you know that email is one of the top ways that criminals use to exploit businesses? You can't take this topic lightly in your business. When it comes to email-borne threats there are ways to reduce the likelihood and prevent most issues rather than spending...

Top 5 Cybersecurity Threats for 2020

It's almost time to make it into another year and another decade at that! I want it to be the best year for your business and keeping your assets safe. When it comes to cybersecurity, it's important for your business to stay ahead of the possible threats. You want...

Why Financial Firms are Being Targeted by Hackers

It's not surprising that financial firms are being targeted by hackers.  Cyberattacks on financial firms are up! According to the reports that come out of Threat Connect, a leading threat intelligence firm, companies in the financial industry are typically the most...

How to Avoid the “Say Yes” Phone Scam

Phone scammers are getting more clever by the day as they are adopting a tactic (well, has been used some in the past but now seeing a spike again) where they trick or try to convince you to say "yes" on the call. This "yes" can be the beginning of fraud. We are...

Cybersecurity for Kids Part 3- Video Games

All things must come to an end including our cybersecurity for kid's blog series. Did you know that 66% of Tweens aged 8-12 years old play video games for an average of 2.5 hours a day and 56% Teens aged 13-17 play video games 2.5 hours a day? With video games can...

Cybersecurity for Kids Part 2- Tablets

As tablets become more and more popular with our children, we need to make sure they are using them safely. According to Ofcom, more than one in three children aged 5-7 have their own tablet and this goes up to half of all children in the age group of 8-11 years...

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