Cybersecurity in the Age of Remote Work

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When the COVID-19 pandemic sparked stay-at-home orders across the country, employers had to reconfigure how many workers did their jobs. Similarly, IT administrators had to adopt new strategies that could support remote work while maintaining the required level of security to keep business and customer data safe in expanded and off-site workspaces. These were temporary measures in response to an … Read More

Financial Targets See Escalating Cyber Attacks

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As the world grappled with its response to the global COVID pandemic over the last 14 months, cyber criminals looked for new opportunities to turn the chaos and uncertainty to their advantage. Attacks on healthcare providers and government agencies escalated. IT admins struggled to implement new security protocols as greater numbers of employees began working from home. As COVID-19 threatened … Read More

World IP Day Showcases Small Business

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In his proclamation marking World Intellectual Property Day, President Joe Biden praised the “innovators and creators who enrich our lives and create the products, services, companies, and industries of tomorrow.” This year’s commemoration shines a spotlight on the outsized role small businesses play in the economic growth of the country “and the ways intellectual property can help support their continued … Read More

HR Not Worried About Tech Safety as Businesses Reopen

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Cybersecurity Return to Office

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused more than 60% of employees to begin working from home. While the pandemic is far from over, many Americans have adopted health and safety protocols into their daily life, resulting in many businesses re-opening and employees returning to an office environment. However, the technology in the physical workplace much like our everyday interactions with other … Read More

US Secret Service Attacks Cyber Fraud with New Task Force

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Secret Service Cyber Fraud Task Force

The United States Secret Service has decided to take a proactive approach to combating the latest threat to national security: cybercrime. According to a report from Microsoft, attack volumes spiked to almost one million a day during the first week of March. While the number of attacks has decreased since the initial outbreak of the COVID-19 virus, specific sectors have … Read More