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Real Defense against Lightning

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Real Defense against Lightning

Lightning can go right through power strips and uninterruptible power supplies, destroying your computers and appliances. On average the risk is 1 in 8.5 that a house will be struck one or more times in 25 years. Installing a whole house surge protector ...

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2FA Hacked - Backups Even More Critical

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2FA Hacked - Backups Even More Critical

Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) is designed to protect you by sending you a text message or calling you when you are logging into a website. A new hacker trick can defeat 2FA.

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New Computer Flaws Discovered

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New Computer Flaws Discovered

Newly discovered flaws allow attackers with access to a computer the ability to bypass passwords and read protected data.

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Worst Year Ever

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Worst Year Ever

2017 marked another "worst year ever" in data breaches and cyber incidents. Here's what to watch out for and what you can do about it.

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Onsite Backups Are Not Enough

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Onsite Backups Are Not Enough

Even high-tech companies with multiple onsite backups are vulnerable. Just yesterday ransomware called Mamba struck a firm in Cologne, Germany.

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