Don’t Miss It! I am a featured speaker next Tuesday at Joule Cram Day

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Joule U . CRAM DAY

Tuesday . September 26 2017

SIX 60 MINUTE CLASSES
Learn something new! Attend one, some or all.

My presentation, Shields Up for WordPress Websites and Blogs is from 2:30 to 3:30.

I know many of the other speakers and this looks like a terrific lineup.  Block out the day and get some valuable information you can ...

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Phishing Protection In Outlook and Office 365

There are four ways that a typical business user on a Microsoft Outlook/Exchange/Office 365 platform can utilize.  While these may not be perfect, and all of them have issues, applying these solutions will help prevent your users for falling victim to phishing emails.  These solutions are additive, and each additional solution deployed provides a further layer of protection.

Junk Mail Filter – Outlook comes with a built-in Junk Mail filter that, while ...

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Ten Easy Steps to Getting Hacked

Here is a quick little survey to help you determine how likely you are to be the victim of a cyber-attack or cyber-criminal exploit.  Give yourself a point for each “Yes” answer.

  1. Security is generally a waste of time and money.
  2. I am too small or uninteresting to be a target of a cyber crime.
  3. Passwords are a hassle, so I keep them short and easy to remember.
  4. I like to use the same password ...
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The War for Your Inbox

I recently gave a presentation titled “Email Security – Resist That Click” on May 23 2017 at the Phipps Theatre in Hudson WI.  This event was sponsored by First State Bank and Trust of Bayport MN.  I was also asked to present this topic at the MnCCC Conference (Minnesota Counties Computer Consortium) in Alexandria MN on Wednesday June 7, 2017.  This presentation was titled “The War for Tour Inbox.”

First State Bank and Trust had my presentation video recorded, and it ...

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Cybersecurity Top 10

cybersecurity_436x270As we approach year-end, many small and medium sized business owners and managers are coming to the realization that their best intentions for creating a cybersecurity program in their organization have fallen short.  This was the year, you promised yourself, that we get a handle on computer and network security.

Well it is not too late to get a start, and here is a short ...

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More Notes from the Cyber Security Summit 2016

cyber-security-summit-2016On Wednesday we looked at several of the important takeaways from this year’s Cyber Security Summit.  Here are a few more.

  • Small businesses need to stop using public email services such as Gmail, Yahoo, or Hotmail for their business email.  User credentials for 500,000 Yahoo email accounts have been stolen, and it could happen to the others.  If you have a domain name you are using for a web site, then you should ...
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Notes from the Cyber Security Summit 2016

cyber-security-summit-2016A couple of weeks ago I attended the Minneapolis Cyber Security Summit 2016 at the J.W. Marriot Hotel in Bloomington Minnesota.  There were two days of presentations on cybersecurity issues, and here are a few of the takeaways for small and medium sized business owners.

  • There are 28 million small businesses in the United States.  The Small Business Administration classifies a business with fewer than 500 employees as a small business.
  • Small businesses account ...
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