As people across the world are dealing with various aspects of the pandemic, the onslaught of cybersecurity threats has, unfortunately, continued in some cases. Cybercriminals targeted the U.S. Health Department in a recent attack and victims in the UK have been scammed out of nearly $1 million. We are certainly not here to alarm you, only to remind you to remain vigilant and ensure you continue to follow the typical cybersecurity best practices. The FBI…

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Act today to take advantage of our best Windows ever. Windows 10: •Is the Windows you already know, only better•Starts up an average of 28% faster** than Windows 7•Is designed to work with software and hardware you already own•Provides the most personal and productive experiences across a range of versatile devices  Protect your business from modern security threats. Windows 10: •Provides enterprise-grade security, not available in Windows 7•Is the most secure Windows ever, from power-on to power-off,…

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The federal government is trying to force Apple to create a backdoor into the iOS system for iPhones. The FBI is using the guise of security to take away security from all of us. While it is important for us to be kept safe from attack it is not worth giving up our privacy and possibly our individual information security to outside forces. With this request by the FBI they would effectively render the security…

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In case you have been practising the Luddite lifestyle, participating in an experiment simulating life on Mars, here’s a news flash for you. Windows 10 is about to ship, and you may already be entitled to a copy. To help you get ready for the big day, which by the way is July 29, we wanted to prepare a little list of the top 10 things you should know about Windows 10. Users with a…

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Another reason to keep your computers up to date… As reported in the NY Post… Arianna Huffington spread around a virus — or at least her website did. Some nasty ads hit visitors to The Huffington Post and other sites in recent days, according to reports. The malicious ads infected unwitting users with a form of malware that puts their machine in lockdown. Hackers then demand money in exchange for unlocking the PC, according to cybersecurity…

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After April 8, 2014, your XP computer will no longer receive automatic updates that help protect your personal information. Even if you have anti-virus software, your computer will still not be fully secure. What this means for you…If you continue to use Windows XP after support ends, your computer should still work, but it will become five times more vulnerable to security risks and viruses. And as more software and hardware manufacturers continue to optimize for…

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