The holidays are behind us now, and many of us have made (and possibly broken) resolutions to reign in our appetites and make better decisions regarding our personal health and fitness. This New Year is also a great time to assess your company’s IT fitness, curb your “Risk Appetite,” and resolve to tighten up loose cyber security controls.
With so much going on with ransomware and data breaches, RESULTS Technology has decided to focus yet another monthly newsletter solely on cybersecurity education. At the time of this writing, there are at least 3 high-profile cybersecurity incidents in the news, including attacks on hospitals, retailers, and political groups.
Join RESULTS Technology for a Small Business Webinar as we present Cyber Security for businesses with remote employees. We will discuss why a secure remote connection is important, the types of remote connections, safety requirements for remote connections and the risk levels associated with each.
As a boy, I used to watch the old Dracula movies on Saturday nights. Dracula and other vampires in these movies couldn’t enter a house unless they were invited in. The fearless vampire hunter heroes knew this, but somehow there was always someone in the house that defeated security by extending the invitation.
More and more, ransomware has emerged as a major threat to individuals and businesses alike. It’s distributed in a variety of ways and is difficult to protect against because, just like the flu virus, it is constantly evolving.
If your business is running on a Windows 10 operating system (OS), you should be careful of Snatch, a new strain of ransomware that can easily bypass its security protocols. Discovered by a research team in Sophos, this malware can slip through Windows 10’s security software by rebooting your computer in Safe Mode and disabling […]
Join RESULTS Technology for our final Small Business Event of the year and enjoy lunch on us as we present Cyber Security for the Kansas City Business. Our speaker for this event is FBI Special Agent George Schultzel. He will discuss topics on what cyber crime looks like, how small businesses are targeted, and what you can do to make sure your company is not the next victim.
We hear a lot of talk about data security because of the constant threat of cyber attacks and hacking. News of data breaches are extremely common. You may find yourself dwelling on the threat ... what would you do in the event of a disaster? How would you access your data? Luckily, there is a broad range of solutions available, some of which can be money-saving, that can help mitigate risk.
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 systems.
If you’ve been reading the news lately, you know that more than 20 Texas municipalities were recently infiltrated by hackers demanding, collectively, a $2.5 million ransom causing some of these entities to temporarily cease all operations and pay the demanded ransom.