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Top Five Cyber Security Trends to Expect in 2020

Juan Fernandez - VP of Managed IT Services
December 10, 2019 at 9:15 AM

Cybersecurity is a hot-button issue for every individual, government, and corporation. Data must be secured, and the European Union’s 2018 General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is proving to have global implications. This is just one of the many strict laws that regulate the steps companies must take to protect their user’s data. Still, the last few years were filled with massive cyberattacks.

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5 Ways to Keep Your Information Off the Dark Web

Juan Fernandez - VP of Managed IT Services
December 3, 2019 at 9:00 AM

Over the last few years, corporate and personal data breaches have become a common occurrence. The 2019 Cost of Data Breach Report found that the global average cost of a data breach totaled $3.92 million, with the average size of data breach totaling 25,757 records lost and a cost of $150 per record stolen. You’ve probably read nightmare scenarios of individuals and businesses who’ve had their sensitive data stolen and then released on the dark web. Unfortunately, this is no exaggeration. The dark web is a perilous place where hackers can buy and sell your personal information, like social security numbers, health records, and credit card numbers, to the highest bidder.

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What Is the Best Data Protection Strategy for My Business?

Juan Fernandez - VP of Managed IT Services
March 26, 2019 at 9:15 AM

While customers are the lifeblood of every business, data is equally valuable. Of course, data and customers are closely related as businesses collect and mine massive troves of customer data.

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How to Improve Copier Security: A Step-by-Step Guide

Matthew Schotten - VP of Managed Print Services
January 8, 2019 at 9:25 AM

While modern printers are fantastic devices, they can be a serious cybersecurity risk. In most office environments, imaging equipment represents the easiest way to infiltrate the corporate network. This is because many office managers and print administrators leave their equipment unsecured. Many set office imaging devices to automatically accept all incoming transmissions, which makes them an easy target for cyber-criminals.

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