By Alisa Michael I am going to date myself here, but whenever I use a public Wi-Fi, the Rockwell song, “I Always Feel Like Somebody’s Watching Me” runs through my mind.   Who IS really watching where you are while you are surfing the net or paying bills on a public Wi-Fi?   Technology has evolved to…

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by David Gracey The bad guys never stop trying to figure out ways of separating people from their money.   The advancement of technology has given hackers the ability to steal from people around the world, not just from folks in their own community.  Hiding behind firewalls and slow-moving international police investigations has emboldened them to…

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by David Gracey Every week brings national news of yet another corporate security breach costing the company hundreds of thousands of dollars in damages and fines.  With the vast resources spent on protecting the IT infrastructure of Fortune 500 companies, how is the small business supposed to protect itself on a limited budget?  The answer…

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by David Gracey Researchers at Moscow-based security company Kaspersky just this week uncovered a computer virus that has infected thousands of computers around the world.  The virus, called “Flame”, has been quietly spreading to vulnerable computers for about 2 years.  It has been dormant all this time which has allowed it to spread undetected.  Recently…

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by David Gracey Unsolicited email, affectionately known as “spam,” is at best an annoyance and at worst an office productivity killer.  It can, however, be controlled with a few, relatively easy steps.  (Incidentally, the term “spam” is widely believed to have been derived from the classic “Monty Python” sketch which featured Vikings singing of the…

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