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What to Do If Hackers Try to Phish You

We recently published an article on how to respond if your computer has been exposed to malware. Every professional needs to have their version of this process. We are all at risk of targeting from hackers or automated hacking programs. This is not just true of malware infection. Phishing is just as common, and often used as a method to trick professionals into opening or downloading malware files. Continue Reading

5 IT Risks Your Company Faces When an Employee Leaves

Cybersecurity writer Sue Poremba recently shared an experience that shows how blind many companies are to the IT security risks they face when an employee leaves.

Weeks after quitting a job to take a new position, Poremba needed some information that she thought might be in her email inbox at her former company. Acting on a whim, she tried to log in to that old email account. To her astonishment, not only was she able to access her email, but she found that she still had access to everything on that former employer’s network, including sensitive employee records and company financial information. As Poremba notes, if she had been a vindictive ex-employee, she could have done untold damage to her former company. Continue Reading

7 Reasons Why Your Business Network Keeps Slowing Down

Your company depends on its network for everything from email and other internet services to your most business-critical applications. When that network begins to slow down, it can have a significant impact on your ability to carry out vital business functions, and ultimately, on your bottom line.

If it seems that your network is slower than it used to be, that’s a situation that merits immediate attention to identify the problem and correct it. Continue Reading

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