“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” originated
in 1736 by Benjamin Franklin to educate the citizens of Philadelphia about fire
prevention and awareness. The phrase was used to convince the citizens of the
city that it is better to prevent fire than fighting a fire and rebuilding
attacks are one of the most common attacks that cybercriminals will use to gain
one’s login credentials or gain access to a network. According to the FBI
phishing attempts nearly doubled from 2019 to 2020, and these attacks are
steadily on the raise. The most popular phishing method is t ...
live in a new digital age where we see both our personal and work lives become
increasingly more dependent on our computers. The things we once did
traditionally such as, banking, taxes, mail, etc., we now do virtually through
our phones and computers. This has become a great convenience for our ...
seems like we hear about a new major network infiltration, data leak, or
ransomware attack almost daily. But unlike the TV image, most hackers are not
executing complex code or exploiting vulnerabilities in unpatched systems. On
the contrary, the most easily exploited weakness in modern cyber in ...
Cyber security is a fast-moving target, and therefore, I
regularly recommend and implement new and improved security protocols to my
client’s IT and network infrastructure. Most clients agree to the new and
improved security protocols to protect their IT, company information, and
client data, but ...
People the world over have begun to fundamentally change how
they live their lives due to the far-reaching effects of the Coronavirus. We
have had to change how we learn, how we shop, and how we conduct business. As
we adapt, so do cyber-criminals. Malicious actors online have begun preying on