Protect Your Atlanta Small Business Against Cyber Crime

Businesses often take the privacy and security of email for granted. But if there’s only one thing you take away from this information, it should be that email is the prime target for hackers and data thieves. There are hundreds of threats out there at any moment, and each of them have the potential to steal information,…

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Email Security Can Save Your Small Business Big Money

Businesses often take the privacy and security of email for granted. But if there’s only one thing you take away from this information, it should be that email is the prime target for hackers and data thieves. There are hundreds of threats out there at any moment, and each of them have the potential to steal information,…

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Email- The Gateway to Cyber Attacks

Many cyber attacks that are attributed to “hacking” or “malware” first enter the organization through an old, reliable channel: email. Email is a door into the network. With a cleverly crafted message, hackers can convince employees to install malware, share access credentials, or perform any number of actions to open an entry point for a…

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Insider Abuse and Errors –The Biggest Threat to Healthcare Security

Insiders are among the biggest threats to data security in healthcare. Research suggests the problem has reach epidemic proportions – with staff members snooping, stealing, or otherwise leaking sensitive data on a scale much broader than in other industries. The trend is consistent: Insiders caused 58% of the healthcare security incidents reviewed for the 2018…

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No Personal Email Accounts for Company Business!

The Yahoo! Data Breach of 2013 may seem like old news, but 2017 revealed it was far worse than reported. After Verizon acquired Yahoo! in June 2017, they discovered the 2013 breach affected every Yahoo! customer account – three billion in total! That mind-boggling number is three times more than Yahoo! reports when they first…

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No Personal Email Accounts for Company Business!

The Yahoo! Data Breach of 2013 may seem like old news, but 2017 revealed it was far worse than reported. After Verizon acquired Yahoo! in June 2017, they discovered the 2013 breach affected every Yahoo! customer account – three billion in total! That mind-boggling number is three times more than Yahoo! reports when they first…

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