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How Cybersecurity Helps Control Crime

Recently, I saw a statistic that made me want to cheer. According to Microsoft’s Security Intelligence Report (SIR), ransomware encounter rates declined by approximately 60 percent […]

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What’s New With Windows: Windows 10 Updates; Windows 7 End of Support

It seems like not all that long ago I was writing about the end of support for Windows XP and extolling the virtues of Windows 8. […]

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2019’s Top Email Trends

Happy New Year! As I returned from time off for holiday celebrations and a ski vacation, I was greeted by that bane of the modern office […]

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Cybersecurity Tips for Holiday Shopping

LET THE HOLIDAY SHOPPING SEASON BEGIN! It’s November. Like many of you, this means I’m looking forward to my annual Thanksgiving traditions – a morning Turkey […]

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IT Tips for Natural Disasters

As Hurricane Florence approaches, Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia have each declared a state of emergency. Thankfully, current forecasts predict that the brunt of […]

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Do You Know What GDPR Stands For?

If you’re like me, you were recently bombarded with a slew of emails from companies that you do business with telling you all about their wonderful […]

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Is Someone Spying on Your Cellphone?

You may have seen the news earlier this month. For the first time, the Department of Homeland Security publicly acknowledged the existence in Washington, DC of […]

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Spring Cleaning – Time to (Securely) Dispose of All That Old Computer Equipment

As I travel to different customer sites, I often notice a lot of old computer equipment lying around, getting in the way, and generally taking up […]

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Meltdown and Spectre: The Bogeymen in Your Computer

In early 2018, computer researchers released findings about a hardware design flaw that affects the main chip in most modern computers—the CPU and impacts the security […]

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Take Control of Your Passwords

The answer is to start using a password manager, and I must say that this is going to be something that you rely on and use every day. Not only will this help you begin to setup unique passwords for all the site you logon to, but this gives you the ability to logon to sites you have not visited in years, places you forgot you even had an account.

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