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The Importance of Financial IT Security

The Importance of Financial IT Security

When it comes to financial services, such as financial advisers and financial planners, cyber security, i.e. IT security, is critical. Not only is your own business and profit on the line, but so are the finances of all of your customers. A break in security could be the downfall of your entire business, with no immediate comeback available. Financial service providers are often victims of…

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How To Create Great Passwords

How To Create Great Passwords

How many times today will you type in that same old password you’ve been using for the last 2 years? Be honest! As an IT Service Provider, we often find ourselves reminding clients that they should change their passwords. We get it, it’s such a pain to change our passwords all the time! We agree, however… Regardless of how we feel about changing our passwords, IT Security…

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How to Not Be the Next Victim of Social Engineering

How to Not Be the Next Victim of Social Engineering

A few weeks ago there were a couple homes in my neighborhood that were entered illegally. During the night, as people slept in their own beds, criminals entered their homes and stole wallets and purses from kitchen counters and coat racks. Once outside the homes the thieves rummaged through the items, taking only the cash and leaving behind the victims identifications and credit cards. Thankfully! We are…

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Don’t Go Off the Grid: How to Avoid a Network Security Breach

Don’t Go Off the Grid: How to Avoid a Network Security Breach

Network security breaches are a dime a dozen and they can happen to even the most high-profile organizations. From the State Department to Yahoo, it might seem unlikely that organizations that emulate the utmost in security preparation would be victims of network breaches, but they are… and they are often. While it’s easy to see why a nefarious so-in-so might want to gain access to these…

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