Incident Response Checklist

Part 1 Do you have an incident response checklist?  An attack can happen at anytime and you need to be prepared.  I’ve often said in my blogs, the best way to handle a ransomware attack is to prepare for it.  … Read More

Plan For Your Security Assessment

It’s that time of year again!  Time to plan for your security assessment.  There are a few things you need to get into place now to insure that you will be able to have your security assessment completed by the … Read More

5 Hackers That Are A Threat

Malicious hackers are motivated by different things. Some do it for fun, some want money, and others just want to end your business. Getting to know how they behave and what drives them informs how you must defend your organization … Read More

Cybercrime Is Getting Easier

Cybercrime used to be for geniuses.  Not anymore.  Cybercrime is getting easier and easier.  Cibercrime has evolved into a very lucrative business, both hacking and selling the tools to hack.  They even sell you the targets you can hack.  They have … Read More

Perform A Cyber Security Assessment

Would you know how to perform a cyber security assessment?  Have you had one done?  The definition of a cyber security assessment is:  A process that analyzes your organization’s cyber security controls and their ability to remediate vulnerabilities.  This allows you to … Read More

Need an IT Department?

Do you need an IT department?  If your first thought is “we are too small” then you need an IT department!  A good, strong, secure, stable network is not just for large practices.  A small practice will suffer from downtime … Read More

Recognized Security Practices

Reprinted from the National Law Review On January 5, 2020, President Trump signed into law H.R. 7898. This new statute amends the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act to require the Department of Health and Human … Read More

Cybersecurity Tips 10, 11 and 12

As we are nearing mid October, we are finishing up cybersecurity tips 10, 11 and 12 before we move into 15 myths for cybersecurity month.  If you have not seen tips 1-9, go ahead and read my previous posts. Cybersecurity … Read More

Tips 7, 8 and 9 for Cybersecurity Awareness Month

Enjoy Tips 7, 8 and 9 for Cybersecurity Awareness Month Tip #7: Security Awareness Training should be ongoing Cybersecurity threats are constantly evolving as cybercriminals continuously learn new ways to trick their victims. Security training must be ongoing to keep employees … Read More

Break Fix IT Support

Why Break Fix IT Support is No Longer Good Enough Back in 2005 when I started this company, all we did was break fix IT support.  For those that are not sure what that is, it is simple.  Your computer … Read More