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Digital Literacy

Digital Literacy is a Bigger Problem Than Ever Despite Constant Threats to Private Information

Most U.S. adults who took Pew Research Center digital literacy survey got more than half of the questions wrong, including cybersecurity and privacy issues.

technology managed services contracts, pitching service contracts

Common Objections to Managed Services Contract and How To Respond to Them

Common reasons a typical customer might be reluctant to invest in a managed services contract… and how to respond appropriately.

industrial control system security

These are the Top Vulnerabilities in Industrial Control System Security Protocols

Stuxnet Worm & Target Data Breach squashed some myths about industrial control system security, and the networks attached to it.

USB Killer

Attack of the USB Killers: Coming to Your Clients’ Classrooms

What are USB Killers, and what does their existence say about the security behind your classroom/higher ed tech installations?

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5 Steps to Better Cyber Risk Management

Cyber risk management isn’t a business accessory — now more than ever, your firm needs a comprehensive cyber risk management approach. Here’s how to do it.

cybersecurity for businesses, Data Leaks in 2017, cybersecurity training clients, AV integration cybersecurity sales

Your Lack of Cybersecurity Diligence Is Costing You Business

IT directors protective of their networks aren’t likely to work with vendors that don’t demonstrate cybersecurity measures in their digital interactions. That probably means you.

cybersecurity for businesses, Data Leaks in 2017, cybersecurity training clients, AV integration cybersecurity sales

What Data Leaks in 2017 Teaches Integrators About Cybersecurity for Businesses

As more businesses make the decision to store customer data in the cloud, multiple threats surround cybersecurity for businesses.

data privacy, AV integrators

If AV Integrators Don’t Follow These 4 Data Privacy Guidelines, They Should be Held Accountable

AV integrators are at least partially responsible for their customers’ data privacy. Here are lessons learned from Facebook’s Cambridge Analytica debacle.

Hackers Creating Opportunities for Security Offerings

CompTIA webinar outlines need for workforce education, security as standalone offering and how fake phishing can help gauge your level of security.