Home Network Security & Remote Users

Home Network Security & Remote Users

As much of America continues to work from home, cybersecurity remains a top concern for businesses. In a perfect world, we recommend that businesses provide all remote employees with company-issued laptops. These would come loaded with anti-virus protection, a...
Do I need an SSL certificate for my website?

Do I need an SSL certificate for my website?

Don’t have an SSL Certificate? Google is going to flag your website as not safe. We turn to the internet for everything. From selling to buying, With this dominating trend, online security has become a necessity. Undoubtedly, Google loves its users and therefore, is...
URGENT – Windows 10 Update E-Mail Scam

URGENT – Windows 10 Update E-Mail Scam

If you get an email claiming to be from Microsoft about a Windows update, don’t open it. Microsoft pushes Windows updates ONLY through its operating system and never through emails. Targeted users first receive an email with either the subject line...
Cloud Protection Against Malware & Ransomware

Cloud Protection Against Malware & Ransomware

In today’s day and age, malware is a common sight to see in our devices. These infections can cause thousands or even millions of dollars worth in damages and extortions that it’s worth investing in a great antivirus. But what happens when you upload your...
Don’t fall for the “Microsoft Support” scam

Don’t fall for the “Microsoft Support” scam

We receive many calls from customers inquiring about a strange pop-up that locks their screen and instructs them that their computer has been compromised. The pop-up gives instructions to call a toll-free number immediately. These warnings might appear to be part of...
New Ransomware Threat – Sodinokibi

New Ransomware Threat – Sodinokibi

Sodinokibi ransomware, also known as Sodin and REvil, is almost three months old, yet it has quickly become a topic of discussion among cybersecurity professionals & MSP’s alike because of its apparent connection with the infamous-but-now-defunct GandCrab...