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Less Known Server Security Breaches

July 9, 2012

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This weekend I ran into an old friend whom I worked with many years ago. Back then we both worked at GE Capital, he as a service manager and I ran GECITS, Northern California business. He mentioned that he still dabbles a little in IT consulting and was having a some security issues with a […]

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Let the hacking begin…

July 5, 2012

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OK – maybe not hacking yet, but certainly mayhem. This coming July 9, 2012 marks yet another memorable date for the DNSChanger malware virus. Users have until next Monday (July 9 2012) to update and run their anti-virus and anti-malware programs to remove the DNSChanger malware. This will affect PC and MAC computers alike. The good […]

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Is your small business secure? Better think again.

June 21, 2012

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Small-to-medium sized businesses (SMB) assume because they are a small organization that hackers and cybercriminals will overlook them. This is an extremely bad thing to presume. Most SMB assume that have taken acceptable precautions to protect themselves. Security is an issue for all businesses. The challenges faced by SMBs are unique and significant. While larger businesses […]

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Data Protection – Protecting your data in the cloud

March 26, 2012

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Like many people, you probably store a lot of important information in your cloud applications. I log into my cloud daily (and stay connect almost all day long) and rely on having access to my data wherever I go. Our clouds are probably tied to lots of other services that help us manage our business […]

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A major Trojan Horse is lurking – coming soon to a computer near you

February 23, 2012

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Many of you may have heard about the Trojan horse called “DNSChanger” which is set to activate on March 9th. Hopefully – you have already taken action to remove it. The good news is the FBI has already shut the people behind this down and seized their servers, the bad news is when the FBI […]

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