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    Small Business, Big Security: How Small & Medium Size Business Can Prepare for Incidents

    Small Business, Big Security: How Small & Medium Size Business Can Prepare for Incidents Thursday, June 09, 2022 at 09:00 AM EDT NetDiligence

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    No Deal Is Worth Identity Theft: Ways to Prepare for Secure Holiday Shopping

    By Kevin Baker The holidays are upon us and with them often comes a mad rush to “Act now!” to score the best online deals “before it’s too late!” Unfortunately, competitive, hurried Black Friday-type shopping can translate to distracted shopping,…

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    Dear Ramey: Security Awareness Must Be Continual Awareness

    ANSWERING BURNING QUESTIONS FROM VICTIMS OF CYBER EVENTS. DEAR RAMEY: Last year during the holidays, I remember seeing a lot of articles about breaches. As we move towards this holiday season, should we expect the same? What can we do to protect…

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    Dear Ramey: Company Boards Bring Security to the Forefront

    ANSWERING BURNING QUESTIONS FROM VICTIMS OF CYBER EVENTS. DEAR RAMEY: Our board’s top priority is cybersecurity. We have a large information security organization led by a chief information security officer (CISO) and we’ve also sponsored…

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    Dear Ramey: Tips to Improve the Security of Data Sharing

    ANSWERING BURNING QUESTIONS FROM VICTIMS OF CYBER EVENTS.  DEAR RAMEY: The more I read in the news about cyberattacks, the more I worry about all the information that could wind up in the wrong hands. Social media sites, law firms, and…

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    Dear Ramey: What Can We Do to Minimize the Target on Our Back?

    ANSWERING BURNING QUESTIONS FROM VICTIMS OF CYBER EVENTS. DEAR RAMEY: We haven’t experienced a breach or unauthorized access — at least not that we know of — but recent news headlines have my company concerned and wondering how we can minimize our…

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    Teach a Man Not to Be Phished

    BY KEVIN BAKER  Email phishing scams are rampant. And to help you avoid falling victim to one, I’m offering five easy to-dos. 1. STAY ALERT. When it comes to defeating cybercrime, awareness is step number one. While deceptive emails aren’t the…

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    Fundamentals of Ransomware: What to Do Before and After Ransomware Strikes

    By Raj Sivaraju   Amid the pandemic and as more people began working from home via unsecure networks, India saw a 31 percent rise in ransomware attacks.[i] What’s more, according to the Sophos “State of Ransomware 2020” study, of 300…

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    Black Kingdom Returns to Exploit Zero-Day Vulnerabilities in Unpatched Microsoft Exchange Servers

    By Steve Ramey You know what’s fun about zero-day exploits? Nothing, especially when ransomware is involved. Earlier this month, Microsoft released a statement notifying the public of a zero-day exploit that affected its on-premises Exchange…

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    Risky Business: Securing a Remote Workforce Comes with Its Challenges – but Also Solutions

    In the past year, businesses around the world have had to fundamentally transform how they work and communicate. And not that work from home is new, but it’s certainly never been done at the current scale. To maintain productivity, organizations have…

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    Six Decrees of Kevin Baker: Top Tips to Improve Cybersecurity Today

    When I work with clients, I mention a good many things they can do to improve their security. Sometimes I’ll advise on an area I think they need to understand about their company. Sometimes I’ll suggest implementing specific security controls. Some…

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