Tech Tip: Encryption and Vigilance Can Prevent Identity Theft

June 21, 2021

We’re seeing a new variant of an old scam. Here’s how it plays out: an administrative assistant gets an e-mail from her boss – who’s traveling – to please send […]

3 Rules for Keeping Your Data Safe in the Cloud

March 15, 2021

If you’re using any kind of cloud application — and these days, who isn’t? — you’re right to be concerned about data privacy and security.

Tech Tip: Make This Password Unlike All the Rest

February 8, 2021

You know you’re guilty of it: using the same password for everything. And yes, it’s annoying to try and remember all those passwords. But read on.

Tech Tip: Use Strong Passwords!

November 9, 2020

You know you need to have a better password than “password” or “letmein” to have any hope of keeping hackers out of your PC, but what does a “strong” password mean?

Tech Tip: Use Strong Passwords!


You know you need to have a better password than “password” or “letmein” to have any hope of keeping hackers out of your PC, but what does a “strong” password mean?

Tech Tip: New Quarter, New Passwords

September 28, 2020

Your IT department or provider can help you develop strong password policies. Changing passwords and maintaining separate passwords is a lot of work, but the cybersociety we live in demands it.

Tech Tip: 3 Rules for Keeping Your Data Safe in the Cloud

April 13, 2020

Most cloud breaches are due to user error. So it’s important that you, the user, are being smart about security.

Tech Tip: Make This Password Different From Everything Else

March 9, 2020

If an e-commerce site you’ve registered at gets hacked, and you’ve used your email password to register, you can pretty much bet hackers are going to gain access to your in-box.

Tech Tip: Use Strong Passwords!

December 9, 2019

Hacking software can guess a five-character password in under three hours. If you only use lowercase letters, it’s 11.9 seconds.

Tech Tip: New Quarter, New Passwords

October 28, 2019

If your social media account gets hacked, you don’t want the attacker to also be able to gain access to your Amazon.com and banking accounts simply because you used the same password for both sites.