Posts in Cyber Security
Joint Technical Alert and How to Protect Your Data

The joint Technical Alert  (TA18-106A) released April 16th, 2018 by the United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) reports that government-backed Russian hackers are using compromised routers and other network infrastructure to conduct espionage and potentially lay the groundwork for future offensive cyber operations.

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Developing a Security Breach Response Plan

Just as your business prepares for fire safety and other emergencies, so should you prepare for a security breach. According to recent statistics, over 9 million records have been lost or stolen since 2013 and that number is expected to grow continuously. A data breach can hurt your brand, customer confidence and reputation. Follow these steps to protect your business with a Security Breach Response Plan.

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Protect Yourself from Cyber Crime

Identity fraud is one of the fastest growing types crime in the U.S. and it can be devastating. When your identity is stolen, it usually takes a fair amount of time and money, and a considerable amount of frustration, to make sure the fraud is contained and you don’t suffer any more adverse consequences.

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Artificial Intelligence and the Future of the Workforce

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is woven into our daily lives but its influence on the future of the workforce has become an increasingly popular topic of discussion. Dubbed by Forrester as the “Cognitive Era,” the use of artificial intelligence in the next decade will be more influential than ever, estimating that 16% of US jobs will be replaced, while the equivalent of 9% jobs will be created — a net loss of 7% of US jobs by 2025.

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How to Reduce Risks with Wearable Technology

Trees are a great way to enhance your property and add shade but they need consistent care over time to ensure their continued health, proper conditions for growth and to prevent hazardous conditions that threaten surrounding property. Proper tree care and maintenance is the key to preventing loss and maximizing the value of your home.

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The Do's and Don'ts of Password Security

By now, most of us know the basics of making a password for an online account, but how do you gauge how strong it is? What can you do to strengthen your password? And how do you know if it’s secure? With cybersecurity under scrutiny recently, creating a strong password has become a top priority for anyone with an online account.

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Protect Yourself From Identity Theft

Identity fraud is one of the fastest growing types of white-collar crime in the U.S. It can be devastating, by affecting not only your name and reputation, but your ability to secure credit, and by compromising your medical or financial history, and in some cases your assets. When your identity is stolen, it usually takes a fair amount of time and money, and a considerable amount of frustration, to make sure the fraud is contained and you don’t suffer any more adverse consequences.

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