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Google’s New Chrome Extension Gives Your Passwords a Checkup -Omaha NE

  In early 2019, white-hat security expert Troy Hunt and other researchers shared a massive database of breached passwords and usernames. The stolen data constitutes 25 billion records and 845 gigabytes of stolen data. While many of the collected records are from previously reported thefts, there are new records there, too. It’s a clear indication of regularity, scope and potential […]

6 Ways To Help You Become HIPAA Compliant – Omaha Nebraska

Tips for HIPAA Compliance (Questions/Answers) Need a little insight into strengthening up your HIPAA compliance efforts? Check out these 6 simple steps you can take to become more compliant and secure. No one said HIPAA compliance was easy. It’s a higher level of security and data governance that healthcare organizations have to follow – if […]

Important Warning From The FBI – Omaha Nebraska

Hackers Now Using HTTPS To Trick Victims Via Phishing Scams Everything you’ve heard about the safety of https sites is now in question. According to a recent FBI public service announcement, hackers are incorporating website certificates (third-party verification that a site is secure) when sending potential victims phishing emails that imitate trustworthy companies or email contacts. These […]

Are You Following Best Practices For HIPAA ePHI Security? 10 Steps To Follow

“Cybercriminals are actively seeking your electronic Protected Health Information (ePHI). It’s a profit-making resource for them and a valuable commodity on the Dark Web. How can your healthcare organization ensure you have the most robust data security protocols in place? By following these 10 best practices.” What Are 10 Best Practices To Follow For HIPAA […]

Size Doesn’t Matter: 7 Ways Small Businesses Should Think Big

  You may be a small business, but there’s no reason you have to think or act small. Today’s technology innovations offer small businesses all sorts of powerful tools that just a decade ago weren’t available or were only affordable to large firms. Technology can help small businesses think like big ones in all sorts […]

How Can Law Firms Use Microsoft Office 365’s E-Discovery Capabilities?

  According to the American Bar Association, it is crucial for attorneys and e-discovery professionals to define the rules of engagement instead of leaving those details to the IT department. Attorneys are being held to much higher standards of knowledge when it comes to technology, especially in terms of electronic discovery. ABA Model Rule 11 states […]

5 Ways Managed IT Services Is the Right Choice for Your Business-Omaha NE

  Choosing a managed IT services firm to handle your business’s IT is the right choice for many businesses. Here are our top 5 reasons why. 1. Focus on Your Business’s Core Competencies Here’s the bottom line: unless you are a managed IT services firm, your core competency isn’t IT services. It’s something else. Every resource you […]

Critical Update From Microsoft: Remote Desktop Services-Omaha Nebraska

Impacted Systems: Windows Server 2003 Windows XP Windows7 Windows Server 2008 Nonimpacted Systems: Windows 10 Windows Server 2016 Windows Server 2019 If you are still using Windows Server 2003 or XP, Windows 7, Windows 2008 R2, or Windows 2008 you could be in trouble. A wormable virus may be coming your way. The virus is […]

Four Amazing Tips on Using iPhones and iPads in Your Business

Coordinating interactions between office staff and remote workers can be challenging. One way you can cut through a lot of the confusion that arises when trying to keep everything in sync is by leveraging your worker’s iPad and iPhone devices. It is a way of using something that is already in their arsenal at a […]

Microsoft Accounts Targeted For Months, Hackers Serve A Security Reminder

Microsoft began notifying Outlook.com users of a 2019 security breach that occurred between January 1st and March 28th. Hackers were unintentionally given unauthorized access to some accounts, where they were then able to view subject lines, email addresses, and folder names. While no login details—including passwords—were directly accessed as part of this breach, Microsoft did […]

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