Dr. Seuss and counting phish: how to avoid Covid scams

Dr. Seuss has a lot to teach when it comes to understanding the flood of phishing hitting the internet and your email box.  Just think of the immortal lines: One phish, two phish, red phish, blue phish, old phish, new phish – or something like that. Yes, there is a lot of cybersecurity information in

To securely and sanely manage your new home office, it’s time to ask yourself a question: Are you in the first or second group of home workers? With the coronavirus/COVID-19 virus raging outside, there are two basic groupings of people working from inside their home bunkers. The first group is of people whose employers have

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Finding out that a company you’ve done business with has been hacked can be unnerving to say the least. Unfortunately, dozens of companies, including LinkedIn, Target, Uber, Bank of America, and Home Depot have experienced data breaches in the past few years. A quick internet search brings up countless questions, concerns, and complaints about data