Posted By: Paige N. on October 24, 2019 in Acuity
Most cyberattacks in the news are in the news because they’ve hit a big company. This leaves small businesses with a false sense of security, but the reality is that small businesses are just as much a target as larger companies. If you have any presence on the Internet, you could be a target.
Posted By: John L. on October 17, 2019 in Contractor
You might think construction businesses are less susceptible to cyberattacks than other industries. However, construction companies collect a large amount of data that is attractive to cyber criminals, including employee information, client data and intellectual property, specifications, and more.
Posted By: Michael S. on October 10, 2019 in Manufacturer
Michael Rothschild has more than 20 years of experience in security. Prior to his role at industrial security vendor Indegy, Michael worked in product management and marketing roles with Thales, RSA, Dell, Juniper Networks, and Radware. He taught marketing at Yeshiva University and currently occupies a board seat at Rutgers University. In his spare time, Michael volunteers as an emergency medical technician.
Posted By: Addie B. on October 3, 2019 in Home
If you are like many, you are more connected today than ever before. From cell phones to digital personal assistants, our homes are wired to the max. Our phones are smart, our TVs are smart—even our appliances are often connected to Wi-Fi. While these connections bring many conveniences, they may also introduce additional cyber threats into your home.

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