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Tech Tip: Working From Home? Don’t! Until You Read This …

Unless your personal device is covered under a network security plan, you could accidentally introduce a virus to the company’s network.

At Thankgiving, All Is Quiet on the Evans Front

Another Council meeting with Evans is scheduled for December. Meantime, a majority of the Council has proposed that Evans resign, but the Council has not so far moved or indicated that it might oust him.

Tech Tip: This Will Shock You About Bank Fraud on Business Accounts

Many people think the FDIC protects you from fraud; it doesn’t. It protects you from bank insolvency, not fraud.

The Workings of Government in Our Own Backyard

We are experiencing one of those times when there’s an exposure of some of the more dramatic and historical workings of the process.

Tech Tip: Is My PCI Compliance Good Enough to Serve as a Network Cybersecurity...

While the PCI architecture and requirements heavily overlap network security issues, a network security audit is going to take a deeper look into how you utilize the technology you own.

Tech Tip: Is It Time for Cybersecurity Planning?

Take a look at fcc.gov/cyberplanner for a customizable guide to getting started with operational and organizational planning.

Calls Mount for Evans to Resign

Ordered up by the Council, the O’Melveny & Myers report is said to include allegations that Evans was paid thousands of dollars by private clients for services that constituted conflicts of interest.

Tech Tip: Should My Computer Be Encrypted?

With the hard drive encrypted, a thief can’t just pull it out of your laptop, hook it up and suddenly have access to all your files.

Our Nationals, Now and Forever

Here in Washington, Wednesday's game, we’re pretty sure, enveloped and drowned out the outside world, healed wounds and clamped down on the reality of political distraction and angry voices.

Tech Tip: New Quarter, New Passwords

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.