Multi Factor Authentication: What the Microsoft MFA Warning Really Means
Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) Options Multi-factor authentication simply means that to log in to your account you need at least two factors: something you know (like a password) and something you possess (like your smartphone). When you use your credit card at a retail store or at a gas station and you are required to enter…
Download the Ransomware Response Checklist 2021
Would you know what to do if you fell victim to a ransomware attack? Download this free printable checklist. The Ransomware Response Checklist 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…
2020’s Worst Ransomware Attacks and Why Backups Should Lead the Protection in 2021
Imagine what would happen if: A patient headed for a hospital for trauma or emergency care was diverted to a hospital that possibly did not offer that kind of care. An entire city government ‘s computers were shut down and the cybercriminals wanted $7 million to put them back on line. Higher and lower educational…
Intrust IT Expands Employee Ownership by Acquiring Hard Warehouse Technologies
Intrust IT brought Hard Warehouse Technologies into its corporate umbrella on January 1, 2021. The move presented a unique opportunity for Intrust IT founder, Tim Rettig, who was once an intern with Hard Warehouse Technologies as a college student long ago. Since opening their Blue Ash location in the 1980s, Hard Warehouse Technologies (HWT) has…
Cybersecurity for Municipalities: Making Yourself a Difficult Target
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 hacked, encrypted and made inaccessible. In fact, 2019 saw a 60 percent increase in ransomware attacks against municipalities. When a town, city or county government system…
Easy and Cost Effective Small Business IT Support
Often small businesses think they are too small to consider outsourcing IT services. The truth is, no business is too small. Even a business of fewer than 20 people can benefit from having the right IT partner. It really depends on how many devices and users you manage and how sensitive the business’s data is.…
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