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Navigating digital transformation & cybersecurity

The digital transformation wave is here, we’re in the middle of it, and cybersecurity needs to adapt matching the urgency, pace, and the delivery of new or improved digital products. Businesses are transforming across industries, focused on improving the quality and engagement of customer-facing products. cybersecurity needs to be a pressing concern that is ultimately…

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Data privacy- how to make it practical

How to make data privacy practical Learning how to make data privacy skills practical can lead to better outcomes for your organization. What actions are you taking to move beyond simple data privacy awareness and actually start applying data privacy principals? Below are 3 practical examples of how you can move from awareness to skill-building…

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Cybersecurity for your home

Security in your home might be a daily activity for you – keeping the kids, the dog, and the secret stash of chips safe. But what about your digital security (or cybersecurity), including precious details about you and your family? The addition of more work and school happening at home makes cybersecurity an even higher…

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New identity. Same focus.

Welcome to our new brand! You will see that our look has changed, but our commitment, level of service, and offerings have not. We took a moment to pause in the midst of the crazy that is 2020 to do some soul-searching; we dug into our history and our message. As we did, we recognized…

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Cybersecurity tips for WFH connectivity

Since we are in the new normal, it is a good idea to adopt your own security practices. Here are a couple of tips to help you navigate cybersecurity in the new work environment. Routers In addition to the usual good security practices like strong passwords, never posting your password on a sticky note on…

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Have you updated your cyber policies for remote work?

We received a notice from one of our clients today detailing their expectations for vendors visiting their locations in this time of pandemic. It made me think about other policies that may need updating for the times. For instance, do your cybersecurity policies, standards, and procedures address remote work? If not, now is a good…

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Can virtual customer onboarding beat the onsite experience?

For most companies in the throes of the 2020 COVID pandemic, there’s no question of whether to onboard customers virtually. You may be thinking of virtual customer onboarding as a short-term fix, a band aid while you’re waiting to switch back to onsite onboarding when circumstances allow.  That sounds like smart business. But is it?   Even when onsite onboarding is possible again, you may want to continue virtual delivery…

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5 signs your project may be in trouble

5 signs your project may be in trouble

You’ve got a project underway, but something just seems…off. You’ve got all the elements – project plan, roadmap, resources – but it’s not progressing the way you thought it would, and you can’t really say if it’ll be delivered as planned. You think you need help, but you’re not certain where to begin or if…

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Cyber security training for work at home employees, can it make a difference?

Last year I was going to write an article about being squeezed up next to somebody else on an airplane and how easy it was to see everything they were doing on their computer. As a security awareness trainer I was curious what a bad actor might be able to discover and take advantage of in such…

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Upgrading to MS Teams? Avoid this common misconception

Like many organizations, you may have found that business trends or the current environment are driving you to adopt collaboration software. If you’ve chosen Teams, you’ve got a robust platform with a clean user interface. Don’t let that interface fool you, though. A common mistake in implementing Teams is seeing the high functionality and overlooking…

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[Webinar] Working from home – Securely

Google has detected a 350% increase in phishing websites since January. That’s just one of a flurry of threats your employees are facing at home. It will take proactive steps to stop these new threats. We’ll show you how. Find out about The new security threats facing employees in the wake of COVID-19 Training that…

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Security Tips for Remote Work

Security tips for a remote workforce during COVID19

With the increased need to work from home and a heightened sense of urgency during this pandemic, more and more organizations are being affected by security events. Follow these suggestions to mitigate risk and keep your company secure. 1. Increase your vigilance The recent remote workforce boom has many people adapting quickly to change and…

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