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About Our Staff #1

Aug 6, 2019 1:30:00 PM / by Tyler Dugoni posted in Security, Cybersecurity, Computers, Staff, Small Business, Theft, Security tips

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Nicholas

Senior Service Technician

 

Hobbies / Spare Time:
  • Fishing
  • Camping
  • Hiking
  • Skateboarding
  • Cliff diving
  • Tinkering with new tech
  • Working out
  • Cars (muscle cars mostly)
  • Going to UFC events
  • Gaming

Life
  • Was in the Navy
  • Lived in Japan for 18 months
  • Loves helping at his grandfather's nursing home
  • Has been to 20/50 states
  • Loves cooking
  • Master griller
  • Personally trained his cousin, who had no previous experience in IT, and got him his first IT job.

 

Matt

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Top Phishing Email Subject Titles

Jul 31, 2019 1:00:00 PM / by Tyler Dugoni posted in Security, Cybersecurity, Computers, Staff, Small Business, Theft, Security tips

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With the rise of ransomware and sophisticated phishing attacks that target businesses, the time to educate employees is now. An uninformed employee is the weakest link in cybersecurity, even with the most advanced procedures and fail-safes in place.

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Phishing for Human Error

Jun 3, 2019 12:00:00 PM / by Tyler Dugoni posted in Phishing, Security, Cybersecurity, Computers, Small Business, Theft, Security tips

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Human error: the biggest flaw in cybersecurity.


Clicking links can be risky business. Don't be fooled! Check out our tips below to keep yourself safe while browsing the World Wide Web:
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Is Your Password Strong Enough?

May 23, 2019 9:30:00 AM / by Tyler Dugoni posted in Security, Cybersecurity, Computers, Small Business, Theft, Alert, PC shortage, Intel

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  When it comes to your online accounts, passwords can be the weakest link in security. Creating a unique password can be difficult for most users, but it is extremely necessary as passwords can be easily cracked if they are missing key components.

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Cyber Security Starts With Your Actions

May 14, 2019 3:29:00 PM / by Tyler Dugoni posted in Security, Cybersecurity, Computers, Password, Small Business, Theft, Alert, Intel, Security tips

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The majority of security attacks stem from human error. Your system is only as safe as you are. Don't be the weakest link in your cyber security!

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Shortage of Workplace PC's!

May 10, 2019 3:00:00 PM / by Tyler Dugoni posted in Security, Cybersecurity, Computers, Small Business, Theft, Alert, PC shortage, Intel

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New Google Tool Tells You If Your Password Was in a Data Breach

Apr 29, 2019 9:04:38 AM / by Tyler Dugoni posted in Data Breach, Google, Security, Cybersecurity, Hackers, Computers, Password, Small Business, Theft, Ransomware, Alert, statistics

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With all the recent data breaches and millions of passwords stolen, you might want to double check that your login information hasn't been compromised.


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Monitoring and Automation Make for a More Secure System

May 7, 2018 7:38:00 PM / by Chad Sublet posted in Managed IT Services, Automation, Security

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Information technology, in many ways, is a necessary evil. Sure, modern businesses more or less require it to remain competitive, but it also opens up your business to a multitude of threats. Maintaining your security is made much easier with automated monitoring tools. Today, we’ll discuss how to use these tools to protect your business.

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Three Give-Aways that Your Security Approach Needs a Change

Apr 6, 2018 7:58:00 PM / by Chad Sublet posted in Best Practices, Security, Network Security

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It only makes sense that you would want only the best security for your organization. It’s natural to want to eliminate risk entirely. However, this simply is not a realistic viewpoint to take where your security is concerned, and it can even contribute to greater security issues as a company holds out for the best solution.

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Encryption Helps Keep your Smartphone Secure

Mar 30, 2018 6:30:00 PM / by Chad Sublet posted in Smartphones, Security, Privacy

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These days everyone has a smartphone; and, they can do some pretty incredible things. One place that the average smartphone may seem to be a little loose is in the arena of data security. Today’s smartphones do, in fact, come with encryption by default, so there is some semblance of device security on every device. What does this mean? We’ll break it down.

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