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Cyber Security Statistics
July 27, 2017

Cyber Security by Warwick Most commonly, cyber security breaches are caused by an exploitation of gaps in the network. Security gaps are created by outdated software. This occurs when a patch is not promptly installed, or from users not keeping their software up to date. Each time a software update is ignored or forgotten, the […]

Migrating from a Toshiba System
June 6, 2017

Get the inside scoop on system selection to maximize return on investment. Toshiba unexpectedly announced the closing of its Telecommunications division on March 21st. This means parts replacements are dependent upon existing inventory and software updates have come to an end. For businesses that have invested in a Toshiba system, equipment will become outdated and […]

The WannaCry Virus & Managed IT Services
May 19, 2017

What we can do for you: Our services for cyber attack protection. As you may have learned over the last couple of days from national news coverage, a cyber attack using the ransomware known as “WannaCry” (or WannaCrypt) has impacted organizations and businesses of all sizes. According to the latest reports, the attack was discovered […]

WannaCry Virus Cripples Computers Across The Globe
May 18, 2017

The WannaCry virus, also known as WanaCrypt0r and WCry, struck over 150 countries around the world in an unprecedented attack. WannaCry is a ransom computer worm that spreads across local networks and the Internet. It targets computers running Microsoft Windows that have not been updated with recent security updates. An organizations’ private files and data […]

Actions Required to Protect Microsoft Machines from WannaCry Ransomware Attacks
May 17, 2017

Which patches should you look for and where can you find them? If your systems are up-to date with the March 2017 Security patch, your machines should be protected. Additionally, because of Microsoft’s cumulative patch rollup model, if the April 2017 or May 2017 Security patches are installed, your machines should be protected as well. […]