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Best Practices To ‘Celebrate’ National Change Your Password Day: How Does Your Password Stack Up?

February 1st, 2024 by admin

Password Protection

Each year on February 1st, we celebrate Change Your Password Day. While it’s not a holiday that gets you off work, it serves as a good opportunity each year to do a quick check-in and make sure you’re using strong passwords that will keep your accounts...

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Posted in: Cyber Security

When Your Facebook Or Other Online Account Gets Hacked, Who’s Responsible For The Losses?

December 12th, 2023 by admin

Hacker in green wants to hack your accounts

Recently, the CEO of a very successful marketing firm had their Facebook account hacked. In just a weekend, the hackers were able to run over $250,000 worth of ads for their online gambling site via their account and removed the rightful owner as the...

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Posted in: Cyber Security

College-Age Kids Are A Prime Target For Cybercriminals – Make Sure Your Students Are Safe At School

September 15th, 2023 by admin

Safe Students

College has changed since many of us were students. Years ago, we’d be shuffling from class to class, holding a single notebook and a pencil for scribbling down notes. There wasn’t as big a risk of photos or data being stolen online. That’s no longer...

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Posted in: Cyber Security

Is It Illegal To Track Your Employees’ Activities When They’re Working From Home?

July 12th, 2023 by admin

Man working from home

Along with the surge of people working from home or in hybrid situations over the last few years, there has also been an increase in employers looking for ways to monitor their employees’ work activities to ensure they actually ARE working when remote....

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Posted in: News

Facebook Owes You Money!

June 8th, 2023 by admin

Businessman handing cash to another man

How To Apply For Your Share Of Facebook’s Recent $725 Million Privacy Lawsuit Here’s a shocker: Facebook is being forced to pay a whopping $725 million in a settlement following a number of lawsuits claiming they violated users’ privacy. This is...

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Posted in: Cyber Security, News