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Don’t Let The Pandemic Make You A Victim Of A Cyber Attack

April 30, 2020 | Cyber Security, Helpful Advice, Tips & Tricks, Logical Talk

Did you know that according to U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission – Sixty per cent of small companies that suffer a cyber-attack are out of business within six months? As the coronavirus continues to make us work from home, the cybercriminals are getting laser-focused at finding their next target. These hackers are mainly focused on attacking small and medium-sized businesses because the hackers know that SMBs are focused on surviving in this challenging time

If You Think Your Business Is Too Small To Be Hacked During The Pandemic… You’re A Cybercriminal’s #1 Target

April 23, 2020 | Knowledge Base, Logical Talk, Cyber Security

Many cybercriminals look at small businesses like blank checks. And, during the ongoing pandemic, thinking of cyber security is not on the priority list for business owners and HACKERS AND CRIMINALS KNOW THIS and they love those odds.And the attacks have increased exponentially. Don’t believe us? Read the frequent warnings from the officials.

Work From Home: Microsoft Teams Quick Guide

April 14, 2020 | Knowledge Base, Helpful Advice, Tips & Tricks

Working from Home due to coronavirus related stay at home orders? Here is a Quick User Guide for Microsoft Teams.

‘Zoom-Bombing’: Using ZOOM for virtual meetings while you Work From Home? You could be at risk

April 09, 2020 | Tips & Tricks, Logical Talk, Helpful Advice, Cyber Security

Everything you need to know about Zoombombing and how you can protect yourself from this new cyber attack.

COVID-19: Cybercriminals Are Counting On You Letting Your Guard Down During This Global Pandemic – Here’s How To Stop Them

March 26, 2020 | Helpful Advice, Tips & Tricks, Cyber Security

Cybercriminals and hackers know there’s no better time to strike than during a global crisis. While you are distracted and spending your time trying to make sense of this new normal, they are finding new ways into your IT network so they can steal data and passwords, compromise your clients’ private information and even demand large ransoms