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Do you take credit cards? PCI DSS 4.0 Should Be On Your Radar in 2023

Protecting customer data is crucial for any business that accepts online payments. The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) ...

Cybercriminals Are Deploying Powerful AI-Powered Tools To Hack You – Are You Prepared For What’s Coming?

An Arizona family was recently in the news warning others about how they were the target of a ransom call in which scammers used AI (artificial intelligence) to clone their daughter’s voice ...

Facebook Owes You Money!

How To Apply For Your Share Of Facebook’s Recent $725 Million Privacy Lawsuit Here’s a shocker: Facebook is being forced to pay a whopping $725 million in a settlement following a number ...

CEO or Scammer? Is That a Real Text?

Is That Really a Text from Your CEO... or Is It a Scam?   Imagine you’re going about your day when ...

Cool Windows 11 Features That May Make You Love This OS

Microsoft released the Windows 11 operating system (OS) over a year ago. It was largely well-received as stable and user-friendly. ...

6 Ways to Prevent Misconfiguration and Breach of Your Cloud

Misconfiguration of cloud solutions is often overlooked when companies plan cybersecurity strategies. Cloud apps are typically quick and easy ...

Mitigate the Costs of a Data Breach with 4 Proven Steps

No business wants to suffer a data breach. But unfortunately, in today’s environment, it’s difficult to completely avoid them. ...

Stanford University Data Breach

The recent Stanford University data breach is causing businesses to reevaluate their security practices. The way the university handled the breach can serve as a guide for business owners. But it is ...

National SLAM THE SCAM Day - March 9th

National Slam the Scam Day on March 9th was started in 2020 as an initiative to raise public ...

LastPass Reveals Details of Attack

LastPass recently revealed more details of the second malware attack targeting its infrastructure.It also disclosed the company’s actions to prevent similar attacks in the future. By learning more about the attack, business ...

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