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(Tech) Cloud-Office 365

#QuarantineReady – Work from Home Tool Kit

Unexpected changes can be challenging to manage. If you are finding the transition into social distancing and remote work hard to navigate, we’ve collected some resources and tools that you may find useful during these times. As always, you can call upon our team to start #makingtecheasy for YOU. Remote Toolkit Resources: • LinkedIn Learning

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#QuarantineReady – Work from Home Tool Kit

Unexpected changes can be challenging to manage. If you are finding the transition into social distancing and remote work hard to navigate, we’ve collected some resources and tools that you may find useful during these times. As always, you can call upon our team to start #makingtecheasy for YOU. Remote Toolkit Resources: • LinkedIn Learning

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(Tech) Security

Practical Steps to Help Prevent Identity Theft

[img src=”/wp-content/uploads/sites/1097/2019/04/img-ProvidenceConsulting-PracticalStepstoHelpPreventIdentityTheft-Blog.jpg” class=”aligncenter”] The recent exposure of 763 Million records containing personally identifiable information (PII) made me reflect on a blog post I wrote a few year ago on the importance of freezing your credit. The information is even more important today that it was in 2017. My best advice is to take action for

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Practical Steps to Help Prevent Identity Theft

[img src=”/wp-content/uploads/sites/1097/2019/04/img-ProvidenceConsulting-PracticalStepstoHelpPreventIdentityTheft-Blog.jpg” class=”aligncenter”] The recent exposure of 763 Million records containing personally identifiable information (PII) made me reflect on a blog post I wrote a few year ago on the importance of freezing your credit. The information is even more important today that it was in 2017. My best advice is to take action for

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(Tech) Apple Mac OS

What we are doing about the Meltdown and Spectre security flaws

Here is what WE are doing to address the Meltdown and Spectre global security threats: Performing disciplined patching of everything that we have control over.  This includes any Windows or Mac device that we have a TechCare agent installed on. Monitoring the industry news daily regarding the flaws and risks associated with them. Advising and

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What we are doing about the Meltdown and Spectre security flaws

Here is what WE are doing to address the Meltdown and Spectre global security threats: Performing disciplined patching of everything that we have control over.  This includes any Windows or Mac device that we have a TechCare agent installed on. Monitoring the industry news daily regarding the flaws and risks associated with them. Advising and

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Equifax – what we must do now!

The September 7th 2017 announcement of the Equifax data breach is a wakeup call that should be heeded not just by those whose data may have been stolen, but by ALL Technology Users worldwide. This attack was predicted, but only in the general sense, like the predictions that California will suffer a massive earthquake sometime in the future. 

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(Tech) Security

Equifax – what we must do now!

The September 7th 2017 announcement of the Equifax data breach is a wakeup call that should be heeded not just by those whose data may have been stolen, but by ALL Technology Users worldwide. This attack was predicted, but only in the general sense, like the predictions that California will suffer a massive earthquake sometime in the future. 

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National Cyber Security Alliance Statement on recent Ransomware Attack

Washington, D.C., May 13, 2017 – The world was hit with a widespread ransomware attack starting Friday morning (BBC, NYT, WSJ). Preliminary reports suggest at least 75,000 computers in 99 countries were affected. The ransomware attack locked the files of impacted systems and demanded payment – $300 in bitcoin – to release the data. Ransomware is

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National Cyber Security Alliance Statement on recent Ransomware Attack

Washington, D.C., May 13, 2017 – The world was hit with a widespread ransomware attack starting Friday morning (BBC, NYT, WSJ). Preliminary reports suggest at least 75,000 computers in 99 countries were affected. The ransomware attack locked the files of impacted systems and demanded payment – $300 in bitcoin – to release the data. Ransomware is

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