Author: Lee Seidman October 2022 Using the latest encryption protocol WPA3TM (Wi-Fi Protected Access 3) or relying on the older WPA2 Personal is the standard to try to restrict unauthorized connectivity to one’s network (neither is perfectly secure, but they are better than predecessors WPA and WEP [Wireless Equivalent Privacy]). However, these measures are intendedContinue reading “Cybersecurity Awareness: Using Different Wireless Networks at Home/Work for Better Security”
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October is Cybersecurity Month!
Today is World Password Day!
Get Cyber-Savvy this World Backup Day with these 4 Easy Tips
March 31st is now recognized as World Backup Day. Emphasis is placed on how to be prepared against data loss and data theft. To understand why there is an emphasis placed on this day, we need to look at what backing up your data means, and why it is important… Read More
The Good and Bad News on Ransomware Trends
Art Gross highlights the good and bad news of ransomware trends based on a recent report from Coveware. To read article, click here.
US SEC Warns Investors of Ongoing Government Impersonation Attacks
By Sergiu Gatlan “The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has warned US investors of scammers impersonating SEC officials in government impersonator schemes via phone calls, voicemails, emails, and letters.” Click Here to Read Full Article
6 Tips To Keep in Mind for Ransomware Defense
“Ransomware is everywhere, including the nightly news. Most people know what it is, but how do ransomware attackers get in, and how can we defend against them?” Click Here For Full Article IT Health Partners can assess, identify security gaps, train and provide you with a solid security foundation. Let us help you make theContinue reading “6 Tips To Keep in Mind for Ransomware Defense”