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Your Law Firm Data Security & Why You Need an MSP

law firm data security

As a law firm, you work with confidential information all the time. Everything that is said between you and your client stays between you and your client. While much of this is word of mouth, you and your staff likely have extensive records and research stored on computers. However, whether you store the data on local hard drives or in the cloud, it is critical you do everything in your power to keep this information protected. That is where law firm data security comes in. (more…)

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Smart Home Devices Security Options

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The Internet of Things (IoT) industry has exploded over the last few years. With the introduction of smart assistants like Amazon’s Alexa and Google Home, smart devices make it possible to control just about your entire house via a smartphone or voice control. From opening your window blinds to locking your front door, there’s no limit to the future of smart home devices.

However, lurking behind the corner of these fantastic home additions is the security risk each poses to your home. This is often out of sight out of mind, but therein lies the problem. Your home’s Internet security is only as strong as the weakest link, and there’s a good chance your home smart devices are not protected. (more…)

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Cybersecurity Predictions 2020

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The world of cyber threats is constantly changing. Menaces looking to cause problems for everyone from businesses to individual consumers are always looking for new ways to harass, bother, and steal. Because of this, the world of cybersecurity needs to remain ever vigilant and on top of these trends and cybersecurity predictions 2020.

As a small business owner, you need to do what you can to protect your company’s network and the data stored on it. Any kind of data leak may cause you to suffer a loss of clients, lawsuits, and potentially the closing of your business. By partnering with an IT service provider you’ll stay ahead of those looking to cause problems for companies such as yours. But what trends are expected to develop over the next 12 months? (more…)

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Data Privacy Best Practices for your Small Business

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As a small business owner, you might not realize just how at risk your company is to data thieves, hackers, and other Internet threats. While data breaches at large corporations steal most of the headlines, it is local small businesses that predominantly receive the brunt of cyberattacks. Why? Because small businesses tend to have weaker network defenses in place, which means it’s easier for cybercriminals to sneak past and siphon off all the important financial data saved up. Plus, a small business might never realize it was actually attacked, while larger corporations will identify these problems and generally make the necessary corrections quickly. To help protect yourself, your business, and your customers, you need to follow these set of data privacy best practices. (more…)

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Windows 10 Fake Update Installs Ransomware

Windows 10 Fake Update

Another day, another cyberattack making the news and potentially infecting our monitored workstations.

With the newest legitimate Windows 10 updates hitting desktops and laptops, evil minds are looking to capitalize in the form of prompting consumers to download infected “updates.” This new ransomware threat was discovered by top researchers at SpiderLabs, and they were able to determine that the update in question is being delivered via an attachment hitting inboxes. (more…)

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