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March 10, 2017

Don't be fooled by this new pop-up malware masquerading as a Chrome error message for a missing font. Watch this Daily Security Byte with Corey Nachreiner at Secplicity http://bit.ly/2m9uSBR

March 06, 2017

Congratulations to our own Lorri Haney who received the Businesswoman of the Year “Q Award” at Charlottesville Regional Chamber’s Annual Quadruplicity Women’s Conference. Quadruplicity, the largest women's conference in Central Virginia, is a day-long professional event focusing on the success of women business leaders. The Q Award was specifically designed with a focus on recognizing the unique strengths, capabilities and contributions of women in our local community. Q Award nominations were submitted for women who best exemplify the following criteria: those who inspire others by exemplifying leadership, success, community service, and who demonstrate support for the Chamber and for other women http://bit.ly/2mxwNQl

February 23, 2017

New cybersecurity risk regulation goes into effect March 1 in NY. Which states will follow next? If your organization is regulated by New York State’s Department of Financial Services, your chairperson of the board or senior officer(s) will be required to submit a certification confirming cybersecurity compliance. http://bit.ly/2ltW4K3

February 21, 2017

29,000+ taxpayers have already been affected by latest W-2 Business Email Compromise attacks. The IRS says that the latest round of W-2 email scams coupled with wire transfer fraud are some of the most dangerous the agency has seen in a long time. http://bit.ly/2lHtTYY

February 13, 2017

How do you know it’s time to get outside support for your IT security needs? Here are the top 5 signs you need to contact a Managed Security Service Provider like us: https://www.helpnetsecurity.com/2017/01/30/mssp/

February 06, 2017

A Managed IT Security Service Provider can help organizations struggling to keep up with systems complexity, cost and cybersecurity talent. It’s one of the most effective ways to secure physical hardware, networks, data and information; and it's now a viable option for businesses of any size http://bit.ly/2jU907K

February 02, 2017

Should employers worry about their employee’s personal info security habits? This study suggests they should. Even after being hacked, most Americans are still using weak passwords across multiple sites, sharing passwords, not using screen locks and using unsecured Wi-Fi. Are these risky behaviors also taking place with their company network credentials? http://bit.ly/2kwvJLi

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