Tech Tip: Set Up Bank Alerts Now!

March 2, 2020

Many banks will send you an email alert whenever money is withdrawn from your account via check, debit card or transfer.

Tech Tip: Work Computers and Devices Are for One Thing Only

February 24, 2020

If you want to check your Hotmail account or Facebook page, do it during your lunch break and on your own personal device. More than 600,000 Facebook accounts are hacked every day.

Tech Tip: Don’t Go on Public WiFi Until You Read This …

February 18, 2020

Whether it’s at the coffee shop, the hotel or the airport, the temptation to check email and surf the web is just too strong to resist.

Tech Tip: The Dangers of Dropbox (and Other File Sync Apps)

February 10, 2020

Over seven million (!) Dropbox accounts have been hacked, giving cybercriminals a path into company networks.

Tech Tip: What to Do Before You Go to Starbucks

February 3, 2020

An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. So make sure you’re engaging your IT people to encrypt and back up your data.

Tech Tip: Remove That Unwanted Freeware

January 27, 2020

Clutter is the enemy of a speedy PC. If you’re not using a particular software on a regular basis, it’s best to remove it completely.

Tech Tip: If You Installed It, You Must Update It

January 21, 2020

Once a known vulnerability is announced via a patch, hackers get to work like crazy trying to figure out how to use the vulnerability and access those users who are lazy about installing updates.

Tech Tip: Bookmark the Websites You Frequently Visit

January 13, 2020

Here’s a sneaky trick used by many hackers. They purchase and set up a fraudulent website that is a close misspelling of a legitimate one.

Tech Tip: Never Use Personal Devices to Connect to Company Data

January 6, 2020

Since most malware is designed to operate in total stealth mode, undetected, you won’t know that some hacker is watching you log in to your company’s file server or key cloud application.

Tech Tip: How to Spot a Phishing Email

December 30, 2019

Often these emails look 100-percent legitimate. They show up in the form of a PDF, a UPS or FedEx tracking number, a bank letter, a Facebook alert, a bank notification, etc.