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7 Tips to Avoid Being “the Catch” of a Phishy Email

92.4% of malware is delivered via email, and with the influx of holiday emails, it's no wonder that this time of year is a favorite for hackers. In between the hustle and bustle of the season, it is easy for a phishy email to slip right through the cracks -- that...

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School Districts and Cybersecurity

School Districts and Cybersecurity

Between interrupted zoom calls, to phony emails, this year is gearing up for a higher than ever rate of cyber attacks on school districts. Cybersecurity has been rapidly increasing and in fact, effective September 2019, Governor Greg Abbott signed a bill that would...

Remote Work and Cybersecurity

Remote Work and Cybersecurity

How to make sure that your remote work is as safe from hackers as possible.  As our country has shifted to remote work following the outbreak of Coronavirus, this new way of productivity is also having its own risks. In March of this year, the National Cybersecurity...

iPhone Launch Leads To Increase in Scams

iPhone Launch Leads To Increase in Scams

With the launch of the iPhone 12 approaching, reports have shown scams related to "free trials" have surfaced The Identity Theft Resource Center has reported that there is a scam going around concerning a "free trial" of the iPhone 12. Scammers are targeting mobile...

Avoiding Medical Identity Theft

Avoiding Medical Identity Theft

What classifies as medical information? Medical history including past illnesses, surgeries, ongoing conditions, major diagnoses, healthcare insurance and coverage, and prescriptions. Why is medical information stolen? Your medical information is one of the most...

7 Tips to Avoid Being “the Catch” of a Phishy Email

7 Tips to Avoid Being “the Catch” of a Phishy Email

92.4% of malware is delivered via email, and with the influx of holiday emails, it's no wonder that this time of year is a favorite for hackers. In between the hustle and bustle of the season, it is easy for a phishy email to slip right through the cracks -- that...

Don’t fall for holiday scams this year

Don’t fall for holiday scams this year

This year's holiday shopping is unique in that it will be a cyber-shopping holiday year. This leaves people at an increased risk of fraud. With the COVID-19 outbreak, many more will be shopping online and hackers know this. In fact, as of March, Americans had already...