Category: Network Security

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How (and Why) to Secure Your Cell Phone

You use your cell phone for everything. You store massive amounts of private information on it. So how do you keep it secure? Find out why you need to and how to do it here.
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Infinity, Inc. CEO Presents Cybersecurity Webinar

Join the SBDC's Tuesdays at Two with the Expert for a cybersecurity webinar to improve your business's protection and disaster response.
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Infinity, Inc. CEO Co-Authors Amazon #1 Bestseller

Hack Proof Your Business, Volume 2 is the bestselling book co-authored by Infinity, Inc CEO Chuck Brown. Find out more, and get his chapter for free.
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Do I really Need Antivirus Software?

As a safe, cautious Internet user, do I really need antivirus software on my computer? If I'm connecting to work remotely, won't that network be protected?
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Your Liability in the Digital Age

Running a business has always had risks. Today's digital world of data collection and privacy adds new layers of liability. Find out how to stay protected from our panel of experts.
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Top 10 Cybersecurity Misconceptions of SMBs

Get the truth about the 10 most common cybersecurity misconceptions held by SMBs today. Plus learn how to take action on each one to better protect your business and your clients.
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The One Human Trait Guaranteed to Make You a Victim of Cyber Crime

Ever wonder how cyber criminals choose their targets? This common characteristic could make you the next victim of a cyber crime attack.
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3 Tips for Stronger Passwords You Can Actually Remember

You need a password for everything now, so how can you make sure you’re secure enough? Use our 3 tips for stronger passwords you will actually remember.
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Phishing, Part 2: How to Spot an Attack

Moving beyond the basics of Phishing 101, learn how to recognize the red flags of an email designed to steal your data, install ransomware on your network, or corrupt your system.