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How to transfer files securely

The Best Way to Transfer Files Securely

For most people, the first choice for sending files is by using email or sharing links with file storage apps like DropBox, Box or Google Drive or unsecured large file apps, like WeTransfer. Whether you’re sending passwords, contracts, financial documents, or any other confidential information, one believes that their files

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Types of Phishing and How to Recognize It

Phishing, a cybercrime in which a target is contacted by email, social media direct message, telephone, or even a text message, is on the rise. Victims, unaware that the criminal is fraudulently posing as a legitimate institution, will often give up their identifiable information, passwords, bank and credit card information

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Data Privacy & the Dark Web

The internet is a great place to connect with people, buy a car, learn something new, and even order dinner delivered to your door. To say it’s made things easier would be a tremendous understatement. We’ve made it a part of our daily lives so much that we depend on

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It’s Really Not OK to Send Sensitive Information Over Email

There’s something about email that makes people think it’s secure. They send passwords, social security numbers, and yes, even things like completed direct debit forms with full credit card information ripe for the taking. But why? Probably the only “good” reason is that it’s “easy.” It’s just as simple to

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Vault Door - IT Security

Trust Everyone. Trust No One. IT Security Awareness.

When it comes to your company’s network security, there are many common vulnerabilities that should be prioritized in order to protect your valuable assets. You can start by asking yourself a few questions about your business’ IT Security, specifically the protection of your data, work product, and productivity software to

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