Tag: cybersecurity

Remote Desktop Services Remote Code Execution Vulnerability

Remote Desktop Services Remote Code Execution Vulnerability – URGENT WINDOWS UPDATE

Protect your business from cyber attacks Microsoft has released an update that fixes a security threat and they strongly advise that all affected systems be updated as soon as possible! Customer guidance for CVE-2019-0708 Remote Desktop Services Remote Code Execution Vulnerability How serious is this? All vulnerabilities are ranked on the CVE scale of 1-10.…
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Remote Desktop Services Remote Code Execution Vulnerability

Cybersecurity in 6 easy steps

6 steps everyone can take now to better cybersecurity With the end of Cybersecurity month upon us, it’s time to take a look at what you have done to increase awareness and secure your defenses.  Cybersecurity is a major problem for businesses and consumers these days with millions of people becoming victims. Their personal and…
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General Data Protection Regulation

What is GDPR and what it means for your business

General Data Protection Regulation             GDPR is a law that came into effect on May 25th, 2018. The General Data Protection Regulation is a law that gives people increased control over how organizations and businesses handle and use their data. The regulation was implemented with member countries of the European Union you can see their…
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Phishing Attack Prevention

Phishing Attack Prevention: How to Identify & Avoid Phishing Scams in Office 365 Email

If you rely heavily on e-mail you will have to know the basics of phishing attack prevention.  Even if a message appears to come from someone you know, spoofing a senders address in an email allows hackers to gain your trust.  If you treat that email as a request from a reputable source you are more likely…
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Email Security

Email Security Tips for your Small Business

Email Security Tips Be suspicious of email or calls asking for immediate action and personal data such as passwords, since they are usually scams.  If you’re not sure, contact the company in questions using the phone number on your account statement or credit card.