Mitigate your business' online security risk
“When your employees are educated about the threats to watch for and the steps they should take to help prevent an attack, it gives you peace of mind as a business owner. It helps me sleep better at night.”
-Shawn Bryant, CEO of The Wellsboro Hotel Company
FBI issues credential stuffing attack warning
The FBI is warning U.S. organizations about credential-stuffing attacks that are being automated and concealed with the use of configurations and proxies....
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Don't Trust Links Sent in Email Messages
A common method cyber criminals use to hack into people's computers is to send them emails with malicious links. People are tricked into opening these links because they appear to come from someone or something they know and trust. If you click on a link, you may be taken to a site that attempts to harvest your information or tries to hack into your computer. Only click on links that you were expecting. Not sure about an email? Call the person to confirm they sent it.