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Posts Tagged ‘Business Advice’

Update Netgear Routers Firmware Or Risk Password Compromise

It hasn’t been a good time for Netgear. In recent months, security researchers across the industry have identified several critical security flaws that could leave your network exposed and vulnerable to attacks. ...

Lego Creates New Social Network For Kids

Here’s’ an interesting and inspiring story about corporate inventiveness and good citizenship. If you grew up playing with Legos, then you know that half the fun of them is in sharing your ...

Not Even Police Can Avoid Ransomware – Back Up Regularly!

How’s your network security? Is it on par with police departments, which, you’d have to imagine, have fairly robust security? If so, you’re still not safe. Recently, police in Cockrell Hill, Texas, ...

Stolen USB Drive Gets Insurance Company $2.2 Million HIPAA Fine

The Department of Health and Human Services is off to a busy start in 2017, having just levied their second hefty fine for HIPAA violations. In this instance, the company in question ...

Data Breaches On The Rise – Customers Are Blaming Breached Companies

The year of 2016 saw more high-profile data breaches than at any time in the history of the internet. 2017 stands to break the record. With data breaches on the rise, the ...

Samsung Cameras Latest To Get Hit By IoT Security Issues

Another day, another type of smart device proven vulnerable to hacking. In this case, the latest IoT (Internet of Things) devices to fall victim are Samsung SmartCam cameras. These cloud-enabled security devices, ...

Adobe Users Should Download Latest Security Patch For Multiple Products

By now, almost everyone is aware that Adobe Systems’ Flash Player is in trouble. Critical security issues are being reported faster than the company can fix them, but kudos to Adobe for ...

Seriously – If 123456 Is Your Password, Change It Now!

Given the number of high profile data breaches that occurred in 2016, it’s hard to believe that anyone would still be using obvious or insecure passwords. But that’s is what the latest ...

One Billion Yahoo Accounts Were Breached

This is a world record, although the honor of holding it is a dubious one. Yahoo recently announced that it was the victim of the largest data breach of all time, in ...

Watch Out For Emails Asking To Do A HIPAA Audit

There’s a new phishing email making the rounds that your firm needs to be aware of if you deal with protected health information (PHI) in any way and are subject to HIPAA ...