Using a Password Manager is Essential for your Business

Breached or stolen passwords are the bane of any organization’s cybersecurity, passwords cause over 80% of data breaches. Hackers get in using stolen, weak, or reused (and easily breached) passwords. But passwords are a part of life, since you can’t get around passwords, how do you share them with employees safely? Our recommendation is using […]

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Posted in News client March 25, 2024

Be Careful with QR Codes!

QR codes are everywhere these days, you can find them on restaurant menus, flyers, and posters. They’re used both offline and online, QR codes are convenient and easy to use. You just scan them with your smartphone camera, then you’re directed to a link, a coupon, a video, or some other online content. With the […]

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Posted in News client March 20, 2024

Why is Multi-Factor Authentication so Important?

The Willits Way: Using MFA WHY SHOULD SMALL BUSINESSES USE MULTIFACTOR AUTHENTICATION? Small businesses should use Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) for several important reasons: 1.Enhanced Security MFA provides an additional layer of security beyond just usernames and passwords. By requiring multiple forms of verification, such as a password combined with a fingerprint scan or a code […]

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Posted in News client February 27, 2024

Are Our Smart Home Devices Spying on Us?

The integration of smart home devices has become synonymous with modern living, they offer convenience, efficiency, and connectivity at our fingertips. But a recent study has raised concerns about the darker side of these smart gadgets. It suggests that our beloved smart home devices may be spying on us. It’s natural these days to invite […]

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Posted in News client February 22, 2024

The Unseen Costs of a Data Breach

The First American Title Insurance Co. Case The 2019 cybersecurity breach at First American serves as a stark illustration, it reminds us of the far-reaching consequences of a data breach. In this case, the New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) imposed a $1 million fine. Cybersecurity sites announced the fine in the fall of […]

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Posted in News client February 21, 2024

The Gaming Boom: Growing Cybersecurity Concerns

Gamers haven’t really been the focus of cybersecurity for a long time. You mostly hear about attacks on businesses. Or stolen personal data due to phishing attacks. But gamers are not safe from hackers targeting them. As cyberattacks continue to escalate, gamers have become prime hacking targets. Malicious actors seek to exploit vulnerabilities in the […]

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Posted in News client January 29, 2024