Zero Day Microsoft Exchange Server Hack

If your company still has an on-premises Microsoft Exchange Server, your environment is at risk. Microsoft announced critical vulnerabilities requiring immediate patches released March 2, 2021 and is urging users to download software patches for the four vulnerabilities that were discovered. In addition, the DHS Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) issued Emergency Directive 21-02…

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Microsoft MFA (Multi-Factor Authentication)

You may have seen the recent Microsoft MFA warning and been a bit confused. After all, multi-factor authentication (MFA), also known as two-factor authentication (2FA) or two-step verification, is considered a cornerstone of good cybersecurity practice. In fact, last year Microsoft said that users who enabled multi-factor authentication could block around 99.9 percent of automated…

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Would you know what to do if you fell victim to a ransomware attack? Download this free printable Ransomware Response Checklist that covers: Rapid response measures Analysis-based measures Business continuity measures Preventing future attacks And more! This simple one-pager is a great resource for the office. Print it and post it in a common area,…

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Cybersecurity for Municipalities

As a cyber security expert and a city mayor, Intrust IT’s own Dave Hatter is in a unique position to share insights on cybersecurity for municipalities. Even before the COVID-19 crisis increased ransomware attacks, municipalities were prime targets. Atlanta and Baltimore are just two municipalities that had to pay hefty ransoms because their data was…

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Chinese Network Equipment Ban

The battle to ban Chinese network equipment and Chinese IT equipment is ongoing and not likely to be resolved quickly. As of the moment, there is a ban in place but it is being challenged by some states and the legal process can take years. So what does that mean for your business? What Is…

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Cyber Security Tech Gift Ideas

Yup, it’s that time of year again and you’re wondering what to give to your employees. You could go the food route, or maybe get pens or flash drives or even portable hubs. But why not use the opportunity to show how much you value cybersecurity with one of these tech gift ideas: USB Data…

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SIM Jacking

You’ve probably experienced the frustration of a smartphone that suddenly dies; usually following a hard drop or software update. But what if only part of it stops working, like the ability to make phone calls and send texts? The problem might not be your phone at all, but cyberthieves who’ve stolen your phone’s identity through…

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Edge vs Chrome, What is the Safest Browser?

What is the safest browser? Is there even a difference? When was the last time you thought about your browser?  Most people don’t. They use whatever came with their computer (or smartphone or tablet). Or, maybe they tried a bunch of different ones years ago, picked one they liked and stuck with it. But the…

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watch for COVID 19 scams

Adding to the list of “Things We Do Not Need Right Now,” various U.S. Government agencies including the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) the Federal Communication Commission (FCC), the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Secret Service have all advised people to beware of coronavirus and COVID-19 scams.  Email and Online COVID-19 Scams Now, as…

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Say you go out to lunch or happy hour with your co-workers. That nice guy, Gary, from accounting picks up the tab and everyone pays him back through Venmo. Everybody appreciates how easy it is–especially Gary from accounting.  All good, right? Maybe not. Using Venmo–with co-workers or anyone else–could expose you and your employer to…

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