Cyber-Security Brings Peace of Mind to Business Owners and their IT Networks

January 4th, 2019 by admin

San Mateo, CA – We are excited to announce the launch of an awareness campaign on recent advancements in cyber security. As technology has become even more central to business operations, hackers have grown in proficiency and are posing several new threats to business owners. We are actively...
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Posted in: Cyber Security,

Identifying the Top 4 Network Security Risks

November 15th, 2018 by admin

Security for your business is crucial. Everyone knows that, but settling for any old security system won't give you the protection you need against modern-day cybercriminals stealing sensitive data and monitoring operations. MPA offers great network security solutions for your business, no matter the...
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Posted in: Cyber Security,

Unique IT Challenges Financial Services Providers Face Today

June 19th, 2018 by admin

Financial services providers find their IT challenges list is always growing because of security issues, employee needs, customer protection, regulatory laws and business requirements. Keeping up with IT concerns is important not just because failing to do so means lost business opportunities — but also,...
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Posted in: Cyber Security, Industries,

Which Industries Are Most Likely to be Targeted with Cyber Security Threats?

May 21st, 2018 by admin

To understand why some industries are targeted in cyber attacks more often than others, it's important to understand what drives hackers and what makes a target appealing. Of the two, hackers are easier to understand: According to a Verizon data security report, roughly 70 percent of attacks are financially...
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7 Ways to Keep Work Secure on Employee Personal Devices

May 14th, 2018 by admin

Technology improvements have made it easy for employees to get work done on their personal devices from anywhere. However, that freedom comes with additional security risks and requires extra diligence to keep data secure. Safeguarding information is a combined process of utilizing technology and educating...
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10 Cyberattacks Your Business Should Defend Against

March 29th, 2018 by admin

Cyberattacks are a major security concern for any business that uses the Internet. Even if your company doesn't have a website, hackers can go after your email address and business service accounts. Though they represent one of the more severe risks of a cyberattack, a data breach costs an enterprise...
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Cybersecurity and C-Level Execs: Protecting Data While On the Go

March 26th, 2018 by admin

While all employees need to be mindful of security, the nature of C-level executives makes them more attractive targets for hackers. That means it's necessary for them to take greater precautions. According to TechRepublic, C-level executives are more vulnerable than other employees because of the mobile...
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The Mirai Botnet Returns — and Why You Should be Concerned

March 13th, 2018 by admin

The Mirai botnet refers to a massive-scale network of Linux-running Internet of Things devices turned into remote-controlled bots through a malware infection. Hackers can use the network to run a distributed denial of service, or DDoS, by having the infected devices overwhelm a target with data traffic....
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Posted in: Cyber Security,

Spectre and Meltdown: Valuable Lessons for Your IT Security Team

February 12th, 2018 by admin

At the end of 2017, the world learned about Spectre and Meltdown: two far-reaching security threats that exploit how CPUs work to expose protected information on nearly every recent PC, server and smartphone. Hackers can use these exploits to do things like steal passwords and other protected private...
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Posted in: Cyber Security, Data and IT Security,

Do You Have a Crisis Management Plan for a Cyberattack?

February 8th, 2018 by admin

A cyberattack crisis management plan is your business's best defense for minimizing cyberattack damage after technology-based preventative measures have failed. Unfortunately for most businesses, cyberattacks are not a matter of if, but a matter of when. Establishing a crisis management plan can help...
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Does Fintech Pose a Threat to Cybersecurity at Financial Services Companies?

January 29th, 2018 by admin

Financial services companies should embrace a healthy dose of caution when implementing new fintech in their business. Fintech, or any technological innovation in the financial sector, is not inherently more or less secure than any other new technology, but because it works with substantial sums of money,...
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Four Security Threats Your Company Could Face in 2018

January 16th, 2018 by admin

Hot off the tail of the massive 2017 Equifax breach that exposed personal information of 143 million customers, businesses are on high alert concerning IT security in 2018. While the IT security industry has been successful in mitigating and cracking down on many common threats, hackers are finding new...
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Posted in: Cyber Security,

New Phishing Technique Hijacks Legitimate Conversations

October 24th, 2017 by admin

A new spear phishing technique, being used in a hacking campaign called FreeMilk, takes advantage of a Microsoft Office vulnerability in order to hijack existing email conversations to spread malware to high-profile targets. This new technique phishing technique is particularly bothersome because it...
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Posted in: Cyber Security,

Equifax Breach: What does it teach us about IT security?

October 3rd, 2017 by admin

The 2017 Equifax hack is teaching a painful lesson about the necessity of businesses keeping up with software patches for IT security and to avoid catastrophic damage. The hack, which resulted in potentially exposing the financial information necessary to steal a person's identity for 143 million U.S....
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Posted in: Cyber Security,


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