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Data Privacy

Privacy by Design

By Andy Curtis-October 25, 2018 -No Comments

It’s easy to be overwhelmed when you think about the risks of failing to protect personal information. But we

Safety on the road

Safety on the Road

By Andy Curtis-October 17, 2018 -No Comments

Common sense practices can help keep our organization’s information secure when you’re traveling or working remotely. In a recent

Clean Up Your Act

Clean Up Your Act

By Andy Curtis-October 9, 2018 -No Comments

A messy desk, sloppy security habits, and lost mobile devices put company data at risk. Nearly 637,000 laptops are

Knowing More Than Half the Security Awareness Battle

By Andy Curtis-September 28, 2018 -No Comments

Educate yourself to reduce security threats. Who needs hackers or malicious insiders?! You can do just as much damage

Trojan Horses

Trojan Horses

By Andy Curtis-September 19, 2018 -No Comments

Avoid Trojan horses that bring unwanted “gifts” to your computer. According to the Microsoft security intelligence report, Trojan horses

laptop safety

Keep It Covered

By Andy Curtis-September 12, 2018 -No Comments

Learn how working on your computer or mobile device in public places can put company data at risk. In

Dont Get Hooked

Don’t Get Hooked

By Andy Curtis-September 4, 2018 -No Comments

Use these practices to avoid handing your personal information to a criminal. Scam artists often go “phishing” for private

Cyber Hacking


By Andy Curtis-August 29, 2018 -No Comments

What you can do to help our organization become cyber-smart. The most haunting part of 2015’s cyberattack against healthcare


Safe Data Destruction – Delete is Not Enough!

By Andy Curtis-August 21, 2018 -No Comments

Make sure what you throw away doesn’t fall into criminal hands. How do you dispose of sensitive paper documents?

Data Breaches

Data Breaches – More Than Just Dollars and Cents

By Andy Curtis-August 14, 2018 -No Comments

Target’s 2013 data breach reportedly cost the company $252 million; Sony pictures will spend an estimated $35 million in