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  • Multi-Factor Authentication
    20 Jan, 2020

    Multi-Factor Authentication

    Introduction Here we are at the beginning of 2020 where users and organizations still don’t understand the importance of multi-factor authentication and the associated risks of neglecting to implement it. The ignorance could be for one of a million different reasons. Improperly trained IT staff, application limitations, laziness, user experience, ...

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  • How Small Businesses Can Benefit from Managed IT Services
    15 Jan, 2020

    How Small Businesses Can Benefit from Managed IT Services

      Many small businesses are simply not large enough to have their own IT departments. This can pose quite a challenge, especially with technology constantly changing and new cyber threats popping up every single day. Thankfully small businesses can work with managed IT service providers like Unified Network Group which ...

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  • 4 Ways to Stay Safe While Shopping Online
    10 Dec, 2019

    4 Ways to Stay Safe While Shopping Online

    With the holidays quickly approaching, you’re likely gathering your list of gifts to purchase and like many of us you probably are planning to purchase most of your items online this year. This is a great way to save time and often money, but there are a variety of security ...

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  • Samsungs Serious Security Vulnerability Revealed For Galaxy S10 & Note 10
    21 Oct, 2019

    Samsungs Serious Security Vulnerability Revealed For Galaxy S10 & Note 10

    Our Cyber Security team is constantly active identifying, thwarting possible vulnerabilities within our clients networks, but this is a partnership with our clients and their employees.   Personal devices typically fall outside of our net of protection, but we actively monitor and advise our clients when there is a vulnerability. ...

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  • October is Cyber Security Month
    17 Oct, 2019

    October is Cyber Security Month

    Keep These Tips in Mind to Stay Safe Online October is a time to start thinking about football season and cooler weather, but it also is cyber security month. Running a business can be a somewhat dangerous endeavor at times, which is why it’s always important for you and your ...

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  • What you need to know about juice jacking
    18 Sep, 2019

    What you need to know about juice jacking

    We’ve come to rely on our smartphones to help complete daily tasks, and this has resulted in the need to recharge our phones multiple times a day. But when you’re far from your charger, public charging kiosks can seem like a good substitute. However, this can lead to an incident ...

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  • Some ransomware strains are free to decrypt
    03 Sep, 2019

    Some ransomware strains are free to decrypt

    Over the last few years, different versions of ransomware have sprung up, all aimed at extorting money from your business. Before you even consider paying for the release of your data, the first thing you must always check is if there’s a free cure for the ransomware that infected your ...

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  • Protecting your Facebook and Twitter from hackers
    16 Aug, 2019

    Protecting your Facebook and Twitter from hackers

    The Facebook worldwide privacy scandal should have been a wake up call for all of us to revisit our social media privacy settings. We should be vigilant in keeping our personal information safe. Here are tips to keep your Facebook and Twitter accounts well-secured. Lock screens exist for a reason ...

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  • Protect your network from watering hole attacks
    30 Jul, 2019

    Protect your network from watering hole attacks

    With evil elements continuously developing novel ways to infiltrate networks and steal user data, it is more crucial than ever to stay one step ahead of the curve. Protect yourself from cybercriminals by learning more about their methods. Here are some tips to deal with the threat of watering hole ...

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  • A new kind of attack: Distributed spam distraction
    15 Jul, 2019

    A new kind of attack: Distributed spam distraction

    Every day, you receive dozens of email messages, including spam, which is usually harmless, unless there’s a malware attached to it. But even the harmless ones can become more than just an annoyance if you have thousands of them flooding your inbox. Learn how a new spam attack called distributed ...

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