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What Goes Into A Healthcare Organization’s BCDR Plan?

Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery (BCDR) planning should be front of mind for every healthcare organization. As cybersecurity experts, the team at WareGeeks Solutions understands that running a healthcare organization or medical office is stressful enough without adding worries about a cyber attack. As a savvy healthcare administrator though you need to understand that BCDR…
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3 Ways To Prevent Ransomware

According to a report published by Datto on the state of channel ransomware which surveyed more than 1,400 MSPs around the world, it was found that more than 85% of all MSPs agreed that “ransomware was the most common malware threat to small to medium-sized businesses.” We know, from our talks with small to medium-sized…
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Why Your Law Firm Isn’t Safe From A Cyber Attack

Cyber Attacks Against Law Firms: Did you know – One of the best ways to protect your law firm from a cyber attack is to have: strong passwords, be up-to-date on antivirus software and all patches and to have implemented best practices for your small to medium-sized business? More than 60% of all data breaches…
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How To Protect Your Law Firm From A Ransomware Attack

Law firms can fall victim to a ransomware attack just as any other small to medium-sized business can. Ransomware attacks — it can happen to literally anyone. If you’re not working with a Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery (BCDR) specialist your firm and its sensitive client data could be at risk of a ransomware attack.…
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Law Firms Need To Take Business Continuity Planning Seriously

Business Continuity Planning – Law firms are not protected from a potential cyber attack. In fact, cybercriminals are looking for easy targets for their ransomware, phishing and other criminal online activities and law firms are falling into those cross hairs. The reason law firms are being faced with more frequent cyber attacks is because many…
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Legal Firms Can Protect Accounts By Creating Security Passphrases

Does your legal firm require staffers and attorneys to use spaces in passwords? Does your legal staff use passphrases to create strong passwords? Is anyone at your legal firm still using “password123” as a password? If you answered “yes” to the first two questions, congratulations, you’re on your way to great password health. If you…
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How To Protect Your Business From A Ransomware Attack

A recent report uncovered startling trends in ransomware attack 2020: The frequency with which they occur The markets most heavily targeted and Its impacts on a business. In our work with clients to prepare business continuity and disaster recovery plans, we know the first line of defense is a good offense. We also know human…
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Business Continuity 101: Prepare A Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery (BCDR) Plan

You never know when disaster might strike your business. Whether in the form of a natural disaster or in a ransomware attack, your business needs to have a business continuity and disaster recovery (BCDR) plan in place. You don’t want to wonder IF a ransomware or other cybersecurity attack will occur, but WHEN and when…
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Is Your Company In Compliance With California’s New Consumer Privacy Regulations?

As we started off the new year, the California Consumer Privacy Act was getting underway. The Act, at its most basic, is a way to offer protection to consumers. It lets the consumer know what information will and will not be sold and to whom and offers the consumer the ability to opt-out of having…
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Security Breaches: Who Is At Fault?

“Ring” doorbells and other doorbell security devices were sold with the “promise” of making your home more secure, allowing you to see who was at your door whether you were home or not and to help protect packages left at your doorstep from “porch pirates.” Who, then, is at fault when these security devices fail…
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