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Securing Your POS Systems

In 2017, cybercriminals succeeded in installing malware on that targeted the point-of-sales (POS) systems of a large clothing retailer. This allowed them to collect payment information belonging to customers for a period of several months before the security breach was ...

Free Ransomware Risk Assessment

Free For A Limited Time Intelecis Wants To Give You A Ransomware Risk Assessment That Gives You The Answers You Want And The Certainty You Need After this Ransomware Risk Assessment, you’ll get answers to questions such as: If you ...

Cyber Security Threats on the Rise In Los Angeles

With many high-profile data breaches making headlines, 2019 was a bad year in cyber security for Los Angeles businesses, and there is no end in sight. Always going for the path of ...

A Guide on How to Protect Your Employee Data

All Companies store their employee data (addresses, names, W2 forms, and social security numbers) in databases. If not encrypted, such information can be stolen, and you may consequently face penalties and liabilities. With that in mind, it is vital to ...

How to Prevent Medical Record Loss

Almost 24% of 2017’s data breaches were related to healthcare and medical industries. Medical data is highly valued by thieves. Although this may seem odd, consider the wealth of personal data a medical record contains: Name Birthdate Address Insurance cards ...

Cybersecurity and Real Estate: What Realtors Should Expect in 2019

There was a time when cybersecurity was solely a concern for finance, big businesses, and retailers. Over time, technology advancement became more prominent in almost every industry, and information grew as a commodity of value. Even in the real estate ...

Why Having a Cyber Security Action Plan Is Essential

According to information from IBM, a cyber attack can cost a business an average of $3.6 million. Should your business be targeted in one, your operations could be disrupted and you’ll likely have a hard time gaining back your customers’ ...

Steps for Internal Cyber Security

Running a successful business involves taking measures to protect information; however, security measures often fall terribly short of their mark. Even though research shows that 60% of all attacks came from inside the business, most programs focus on protecting information ...

Business Continuity – What Does IT Mean For Your Business?

Is your data safe? It’s time to make sure it is and your downtime is very little. Most business run and depend on technology and computer systems to keep their businesses up and running smoothly. Having your systems down can ...

Keeping Your Business Safe During the Holidays

During the holidays, it’s important that you take the necessary steps to keep your business safe and secure. Here are some business security tips and best practices you can implement right away: Make Sure That All of Your Security Equipment ...