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  1. Cybersecurity, Simplified: Cybersecurity Awareness Posters

    Cybersecurity awareness posters help to build a cyber-smart culture. They are an easy and effective way to keep cybersecurity best practices top of mind in the workplace.

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  2. All About IT for National Cybersecurity Awareness Month

    This October marks the 16th annual National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM), an effort founded by the National Cyber Security Alliance and the Department of Homeland Security to provide Americans with the knowledge and resources they need to stay safer and more secure online. This year’s NCSAM theme is “Own IT. Secure IT. Protect IT.”, focusing on personal accountability and proactive behavior in security best practices.

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  3. Defendify Co-Founder Talks Small Business and Cybersecurity with ISACA

    Rob Simopoulos, Defendify Co-Founder, recently hosted a presentation at the ISACA New England Chapter’s Maine event in Portland, Maine on September 27th. The event brought together cybersecurity and risk management professionals from all over New England for a day of education and networking.

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  4. Defendify Co-Founder Speaks at PSNI Global Alliance Member Meeting

    Defendify Co-Founder Rob Simopoulos was recently featured as a speaker at the PSNI Global Alliance Member Meeting, held in Philadelphia, PA on September 17-20th. PSNI Global Alliance is an alliance of elite technology integrators, manufacturers, distributors, and service providers around the world. The annual Member Meeting is the alliance’s official gathering, offering networking opportunities and topical discussions of interest to the members.

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  5. Do Your Users Make the Grade?

    It may be back-to-school season, but it’s far from back-to-business: you’ve been hard at work all summer working on your customers’ networks, managing their updates, and helping improve their cybersecurity posture. While it’s important to pay attention to the programs, software, and hardware you have in place, the educated provider knows that there’s more to cybersecurity than just technology. Back-to-school season is a great reminder as to the importance of end-user education and training in cybersecurity.

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  6. Knowing is Half the Battle

    Cybersecurity news, breach announcements, emerging threats, and new vulnerability warnings come from hundreds of sources every day. For the modern provider and small business, it’s good there are so many sources spreading the word, but it can be tough to filter through the sheer volume of notifications to stay informed on issues that matter to you. Here are a few insights on how to follow cybersecurity threat alerts, which ones to look for and share with customers, and what to do with those that are relevant.

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