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Get Better at Catching Phishing Emails Using SLAM

Get Better at Catching Phishing Emails Using SLAM

Phishing emails remain one of those persistent cybersecurity problems that never go away and continue to get worse. Phishing is responsible for a large majority of malware infections and data breaches, and it only gets more sophisticated, with scammers using automation and personalization. This attack method continues to run rampant, with a surge of 281%…

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Free Resources for Cybersecurity Awareness Month to Boost Your IT Security

Free Resources for Cybersecurity Awareness Month to Boost Your IT Security

Every October since 2004 has been designated by the Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) as Cybersecurity Awareness Month. Cybersecurity has become one of the major risk factors that businesses of all sizes must consider. Just one ransomware attack can take a business out for days, and many smaller companies lack the resources to recover…

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How to Successfully Manage Your Remote Workforce

How to Successfully Manage Your Remote Workforce

Coming through the pandemic has dramatically changed the business world. Pre-pandemic, companies were going through strategic cloud adoptions and had most employees working from the office. Before the pandemic, only 17% of the U.S. workforce worked remotely full time. This of course has all changed post the COVID lockdowns, and companies are now completely reliant…

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6 Never Dos for Your Work Computer

6 Never Dos for Your Work Computer

It’s easy for the line between personal and work to get blurred when using your company-issued computer. This is especially true if you work remotely and have access to the PC 24/7. It becomes more convenient to just use your work computer for everything, especially if it’s more powerful than your own personal computer. But…

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ZTNA Is Possible for Small Businesses

ZTNA Is Possible for Small Businesses

When you see the letters ZTNA, you may not immediately think cybersecurity, but you should, as those letters stand for zero-trust network access. This article explains what ZTNA is and why it is advisable for securing remote access. Globally, work environments are re-opening to employees. Yet remote work is here to stay. The consulting firm…

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