Posts Tagged "Cybersecurity"

Social Media at work…what could go wrong?

Social Media at work…what could go wrong?

By on Dec 11, 2020 in Security | 0 comments

As a business, there is no doubt today that you need to have a presence on major social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn. Even if social media doesn’t directly drive business to your door, businesses are required at a minimum to have a current presence on platforms. Those that don’t appear behind the times, outdated or too small to handle the extra work.

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Five Tips to Deflect a Ransomware Attack

Five Tips to Deflect a Ransomware Attack

By on Oct 21, 2019 in Security | 0 comments

Ransomware is malicious software designed to lock computers or data storage until a ransom is paid – keyword malicious. The cyber-criminals who write the code for these attacks mean business, to the tune of millions of dollars lost annually. Here are five tips that could help deflect a ransomware attack on your small to medium sized business.

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The Dark Web is Making Businesses Less Secure

The Dark Web is Making Businesses Less Secure

By on Jun 13, 2019 in Security | 0 comments

What many businesspeople might not understand is the role that the Dark Web plays in driving these threats. By providing criminals a safe place to exchange information and access the resources they need, the Dark Web helps perpetuate and spread many of the most dangerous threats sweeping the Internet, leading to direct financial damage on businesses in Ohio and elsewhere.

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