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  1. Recognizing, and Defending, Small Business

    National Small Business Week is a tradition of more than 50 years recognizing the critical contributions of entrepreneurs and small business owners. But as you know, the increasing proliferation of cyberattacks can mean big trouble for Small Business.So as the provider of cybersecurity to the undercurrent of the economy, it falls on you to educate Small Business customers on the why and how of cybersecurity.

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  2. Put the Phish on ICE

    While it may be cold outside, phishing remains the hottest attack vector in business: Over 90% of all successful cyberattacks are said to start with a “phishing” email. And these attacks have become far more advanced throughout the years, with the potential to fool even the most vigilant. With this cold truth in mind, what should you be on the lookout for?

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  3. Your Computer Can't Take a Sick Day

    You may recall the old Benjamin Franklin axiom, “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”  Well, it’s true, for you and for your computer. As flu season is upon us, we remind you to protect your business from getting a “bad cold” by paying extra attention to its immune system.

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  4. The Kids are Learning, and So Is Your Computer

    School season is in full swing and the kids are back to learning. With all that hard work, they’re getting pretty smart, but they’re not the only ones. The rise of machine learning means computers are also honing their skills, especially when it comes to cybersecurity.Artificial Intelligence (AI) in cybersecurity can be complicated, but it’s also a valuable resource in many areas, from detecting intruders to preventing attacks. While AI may seem overwhelming for Small Business, there’s actually a fairly simple way to make use of it as a part of your cybersecurity arsenal in the form of Next-Generation Antivirus software.

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  5. Ransomware: Much More Than The King’s Ransom

    Ransomware is really a new take on an old crime. Ransomware is a type of malicious software that hackers install to encrypt your data and files, rendering systems unusable until you pay the ransom demand.Believe it or not, demands aren’t always egregious. Paying the ransom is only a fraction of the true cost. Hidden costs are what really hurt, like downtime and brand damage.

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  6. Ransomware: The Risk is Real (Cover Story)

    Exciting news…we were recently featured as the cover story in Security Dealer & Integrator magazine, also featured online on the industry leading website, SecurityInfoWatch. The article, titled “Ransomware: The Risk is Real,” was published in the June edition (Vol. 39, No. 6).

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