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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Small Business IT Support

If you own a small business, it can be tough to know when to enlist expert help. But the right IT services partner can not only ensure your cyber security and small business IT support, but also enable it for future growth. Often small businesses think they are too small to consider outsourcing IT services.…

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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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Using MS Teams for Remote Workers

You probably have employees working at home now, and although you may not be using it, you most likely have access to a powerful platform for working together even when you’re apart. Here are a few tips for using Microsoft Teams for remote workers. First, some very basic information: In Teams, which is included in…

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What-is-cyber-security-insurance

Life, home and auto insurance have been around for decades. Even a gecko can explain what these policies cover. Cyber security insurance, which is relatively new, helps an organization or company recover from a cyber crime. Because it’s not as established, what it covers can vary from insurer to insurer.  When buying cyber security insurance,…

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It’s that most wonderful time of the year when we cheerfully pay Uncle Sam what we owe. Unfortunately, not only do we have to deal with the stress of filing taxes, we have to watch for ways cyber criminals can take advantage of us. Here are tax security tips: Phishing in HR and Accounting Throughout…

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A new simulation has revealed weaknesses in “smart” manufacturing, Threat Post recently reported. The simulation created a “honeypot” to attract cyber criminals and show that manufacturers can be ripe targets. This kind of targeting is one reason we’re excited to take part in a free bootcamp for Cincinnati area manufacturers on February 5, 2020. Today’s…

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