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The Value of an Emergency Alert System

Emergencies happen, and when they do, the ability to immediately communicate with your team and emergency responders can be critically important. A natural disaster. A weather alert. A gas leak. Or, something darker. Regardless of the problem, having a communication … Read More ›

How to Create Your School Cyber-Threat Strategy

Cyber-threats are on the rise in our school districts, which often lack the resources to protect themselves, the training to use the resources they have effectively, and even the knowledge to identify which resources are needed. We wrote about the … Read More ›

Cyber Incidents for K-12 are Rising. Is Your Student Data Vulnerable?

Data leaks are becoming so commonplace it seems like we’re almost becoming immune to them. Another ransomware attack on a business. Another virus crippling a network. Another identity theft scam. But then something happens that shakes us up and reminds … Read More ›

Is Your Cisco Network Hardware Leaving You Vulnerable?

Recently, Cisco Systems made the news, but not the sort of news any Internet-related business wants to make. Their network hardware was hijacked, and hundreds of thousands of their customers were victims. As this blog post from Kaspersky Labs reported … Read More ›

Owt trap, noitneverp ssol atad fo tra eht dna noitpyrcne (Encryption and the Art of Data Loss Prevention, Part Two)

With cyberthreats on the rise, and hackers becoming more sophisticated, strategies to protect your files are critical—and encryption is a tool too important to ignore. In our last post, we explained the basics and importance of data encryption. Now, we … Read More ›

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Technology brings your staff closer, enables the sharing of files and information, and even allows off-site employees to work seamlessly together. But that convenience comes with a cost—with connectivity comes risk; with innovation comes vulnerabilities. Networks can be hacked, data … Read More ›

Phishing Part Two: Six More Techniques Hackers are Using to Steal Your Information

In the first part of this two-part post, we detailed some of the most common phishing techniques currently used by hackers, including email phishing, smishing and content spoofing. Here are some additional schemes you should be aware of. Spear Phishing … Read More ›