cybersecurity

Understanding Cyber Threats: How Your Company Is at Risk Today & How to Protect It

Brett Harney Network Security

It can seem so legitimate. You get an email from a service you use asking you to change your password. You click on the link, which takes you to a website that looks authentic. You input your current login credentials and suggest a new password. Success! It says you’re done. But you’re not done. In fact, you haven’t achieved what …

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Is Your Business Compliant With Cybersecurity Laws?

Brett Harney Network Security

Cybersecurity used to be considered “an IT issue.” Keeping data and files safe was the domain of the CIO, and no one else paid much attention as long as operations were running smoothly. Because data has become an enormous business driver for all types of companies, and cybersecurity laws have become stricter and more specific to address the growing risks …

Hacker Convention Warns: Don’t Allow Your Network to Be “Faxploited”

Brett Harney Network Security

There are plenty of access points for a hacker, and they’re often tied to our very high-tech devices – all the pieces of hardware with “smart” in front of them for one example. But sometimes our dinosaurs, the work-horse predecessors of our fast-paced IT, are the ones holding open a back door for security weaknesses. At Def Con 26, an …

5 Network Security Pitfalls Putting You at Risk

Brett Harney Network Security

Security is rightfully at the forefront of most business owners’ minds. There are new breaches reported on every day and no size business, from major enterprise to SMB, is safe from being targeted. There are many options for hardware and software that provide protection, but a network security policy is just as critical. Many times, though, we find that these …

The 3 Perils of Your Cyber Security Process

Brett Harney Network Security

It’s easy to understand why businesses are increasing their security budgets after a year like 2017. We’ve seen an unprecedented level of cyber crime, from Equifax to WannaCry. While the cyber crime stories made the headlines, there were no doubt even more losses that occurred as a result of simple human error, many of which were never reported. Many companies …