Secure Wi-Fi Resources and Enable Your Remote Workforce with eMazzanti’s Cyber Security Workshop Replay

NYC area IT security consultant makes 2021 Secure Wi-Fi Workshop available to anyone online—in virtual cyber security workshop replay Hoboken, New Jersey – eMazzanti Technologies, a specialist in cybersecurity, is replaying on demand a workshop promoting secure Wi-Fi for your remote workforce. The informative virtual replay session addresses the landscape of 2021 Wi-Fi cyber-threats featuring Wi-Fi security experts from WatchGuard and eMazzanti Technologies. 2021 Wi-Fi Cyber-Threats Workshop On-Demand The virtual event, “Enable Your Remote Workforce – Secure Your Wi-Fi Resources to Prevent Cyber Risk,” is available any time for replay on demand. Here, Jim Steinbacher, WatchGuard Technical Evangelist for Wireless,…

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Ten ways to keep your data private

The Internet has blurred the lines between real world and the virtual one. Technology is barreling into our hands through smartphones at an unbelievable pace. This is good for productivity and progress, but it makes it easy for thieves to do their job. The anonymity and location independence that comes with the Internet muddles the moral character of even the most ethical person. There’s no assuming your phone and the information it stores is safe from the malicious intentions of the human mind. Remember, the first line of defense in protecting your data is you. Learn about new threats, stay…

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eMazzanti Technologies Urges Customers to download KRACK Wi-Fi Vulnerability Patch

NYC area IT security consultant also warns the public to take extra precautions to avoid data loss from new KRACK Wi-Fi data security threat Hoboken, New Jersey ­- (Cision) November 2, 2016 — eMazzanti Technologies, a NYC area IT consultant and MSP, issued a warning today regarding several recently revealed WPA/WPA2 encryption protocol vulnerabilities that affect countless Wi-Fi enabled devices worldwide. The company urges customers with WatchGuard network security hardware and others to download patches to fix the vulnerabilities in their equipment. They also urge all business and home computer users to take extra precautions to avoid being victimized by…

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Cyber-security for Business: Lessons from Equifax

Equifax, one of the three major credit reporting agencies, announced last week that hackers had potentially accessed personal data for 143 million American consumers. In addition to a wakeup call for consumers, the hack offers important lessons in cyber-security for business owners. The wealth of names, credit card numbers, social security numbers and more constitute a gold mine for identify thieves. An increasingly complex cyber landscape requires organizations to educate themselves on emerging threats and best practices for securing data. Equifax Primer – What Happened? On September 7, Equifax announced a critical breach to their system, the third in just…

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