Are You Being a Little Ridiculous with the Cyber Security for Your Biz?

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As business owners Cyber Security needs to be near the top of our business concerns.  I am going to repeat that not near the top of tech or I.T. concerns but near the top of business concerns.  A breach can and will close your business. Are you being Ridiculous When it Come to Cyber Security for Your Biz? Do you have real #CyberSecurity measures in place for your business or are you being a little ridiculous? It's time to get nerdy!! 😎💻🖱️⌨️#DenverComputerSupport #TalkNerdyToMe Posted by Code Blue Computing – Broomfield, Colorado on Wednesday, October 3, 2018 As business owners what are we doing that might be a little ridiculous? Do you think it won’t happen to you? This is a … Read More

Facebook Messenger Messages About Hacking and Cloning of Accounts

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So, Facebook went a little crazy over the weekend with all of the messages and posts flying about “My account has been hacked” or “All accounts are being cloned.”  Personally, I received so many messages it was insane.  I have seen different variations of these Facebook Messenger messages over the last few years but the rate they were flying this weekend was astounding. The is a security feature within Facebook that we all should have activated now with the current environment.  It is double factor authentication.  What is double factor authentication?  It is exactly what the name implies in addition to your password there is a second code or action to be taken when someone tries to access your account … Read More

What Can Your Business Learn From The Ransomware Attack on Mecklenburg County

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As you heard last week, Mecklenburg County in North Carolina is the latest to fall prey to a Ransomware attack.  The attackers demanded a $23,000 ransom from the County.  The County refused to pay the ransom. These ransomware accounts are significantly increasing month after month.  If you are a business owner of any size, there are things that you can learn and solutions you can implement to protect your business. What Should Our Company Do? Employee Training: When it comes to ransomware attacks this is the biggest issue.  Most of these attacks are being spread through phishing emails. This case is no exception.  An employee clicked on an attachment in an email and this spread the encryption virus throughout the … Read More