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Ben Potaracke

Ben Potaracke

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Cybercriminals are Circling, but Cyber Security Companies have got your Back

In the remote working world, cyber resilience is essential. Because while we as business leaders may be overwhelmed by the challenges we face in this pandemic playing field, cybercriminals are in their element. Hackers..

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This collaborative platform may be right for your team environment

If you're wondering who should use Microsoft Teams or even what is Microsoft Teams, you're certainly not alone. Yet this collaborative team platform is getting a lot of buzz lately. The great news is, Microsoft Teams is a feature..

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Once again, Locknet – An EO Johnson Company (Locknet) has earned a Platinum MSSP Partner level certification from their partner Fortinet — a publicly owned and internationally trusted IT security software and appliance developer. Very few Managed Security Service Providers (MSSPs) have this..

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Business competition is intense, and there’s an explosion of technology to help companies stay ahead. Making it all work depends on the ability of employees to cope and adapt to the changes. That’s a tall order for any company with a diverse age range of employees.

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Hollywood’s Oscar nominations are out. Cybercrime has its own Oscar nominations—and they’re real nightmares for industries under the hacker lights. The script plots are simple, focus on the industries who can give the highest payouts and don’t worry about who gets hurt.

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A 2016 survey by the independent Ponemon Institute, shows that 56 percent of organizations have had a breach caused by one or more of their vendors.

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The Internet of Things (IoT) offers users advancements in technology through smart devices but opens the risk for cyber security concerns.

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Disasters and other big news events are “triggers” that move hackers to action.

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According to FEMA, almost 40 percent of small businesses never reopen their doors following a disaster because just a few inches of water can cause tens of thousands of dollars in damage.

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Like a dog with a favorite bone, cybercriminals are fully focused on small business. In 2015, the FBI warned of a potential rise in ransomware attacks by cybercriminals. That year businesses paid out $325 million to ransomware attackers and the volume increased exponentially in 2016. It has..

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