It’s Not Too Late for Spring Cleaning! Brush up with These Cyber Security Best Practices

Summer might be right around the corner, but if you’re feeling guilty about skipping out on spring cleaning, it’s not too late! Brush up with cyber security best practices. Now is the perfect time to clean up your network security, sweep away the bugs, and keep your most sensitive data where it belongs—away from prying eyes. Considering that cyber-crime costs the global economy hundreds of billions of dollars, this is one area of spring cleaning you don’t want to neglect. New malware and worms are released “into the wild” on a daily basis, and they could be headed directly to…

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Top-to-bottom Cyber Security Policy Needed

In the digital economy, almost all businesses depend on computers, smartphones and the Internet to function. Thus, most are now potential targets for cyber-criminals. Clearly, modern companies need an effective cyber security policy. Attacks continue to increase in number and severity because bad actors are getting rich from the market for stolen data. As will be shown, a lack of awareness among entry-level employees and the need for top leaders to get behind security policies leaves many companies dangerously exposed. Entry-level Employees Unaware According to the February 15, 2018, article, Employee Awareness of IT Security Threats, appearing on the business…

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5 Tips to Secure Your Home Office Network

You may be a busy, travelling executive, a telecommuter or multi-tasking parent. More than likely you have multiple devices that connect to your home Wi-Fi. With cyber-criminals getting more sophisticated and attacks more frequent, you may want to do more to secure your home office network. If you are concerned about identity theft and the security of your accounts and personal information, here are our top five recommendations to secure your home office network: 1.  Use 2FA for Bank Accounts, Social Media and System Access Cyber-criminals now use a variety of methods to guess or steal passwords. Simply put, a…

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Manufacturing Cyber Security Presentation at NJMEP

Hoboken, New Jersey ­- (Cision) January 31, 2018 — eMazzanti Technologies Vice President and Co-founder, Carl Mazzanti, will be the featured speaker at a Manufacturing Cyber Security Program organized by the New Jersey Manufacturing Extension Program (NJMEP) on Thursday, February 1, 2018. The Manufacturing Cyber Security Program is scheduled to run from 9:30 to 11:30 am at NJMEP Headquarters, 2 Ridgedale Ave., Suite 305 in Cedar Knolls, New Jersey. As announced, Mazzanti’s topic will be, “Secure the Manufacturing Product Line.” “Manufacturing has recently jumped to number two on the list of industries most vulnerable to cyber-attack,” stated Mazzanti. “As industrial technology…

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eMazzanti Technologies Offers Updates to Patch Meltdown and Spectre Security Flaws

Hoboken, New Jersey ­- (Cision) January 9, 2018 — eMazzanti Technologies, a NYC area IT security consultant and MSP, issued emails over the weekend warning customers about the recently publicized Meltdown and Spectre security flaws that affect countless personal, business, cloud and mobile computer processors worldwide. In the urgent communication, the company explains the nature of the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities and countermeasures that software giants Microsoft and Apple are undertaking to prevent exploitation of the flaws. eMazzanti then offers to help customers “patch, backup, and install the latest software” to keep their environments up and running. The email notice…

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