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    Managed Print Services Are Not All the Same

    By: Jay Brown
    August 26, 2022

    Demand for managed print services has skyrocketed in recent years as more organizations find out just how much time and money an excellent Managed Print Services (MPS) provider can save them.

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    Why You Should Invest in Email Protection

    By: Jay Brown
    July 29, 2022

    In films, cybercriminals are primarily depicted as some sort of genius-level keyboard ninjas, feverishly typing away and sending out a string of attacks in real-time to paralyze an organization or combat another hacker. In reality, most cybercrime is far more mundane, and sadly, …

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    How Cybercriminals are Bypassing Multi-factor Authentication

    By: Jay Brown
    July 26, 2022

    In addition to using strong and unique passwords, Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) is vital to maintaining account security as it requires users to prove their identity in more than one way, which we call factors.

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    How to Protect Your Business From Toner Pirates and Other Scams

    By: Jay Brown
    May 27, 2022

    As cyberattacks continue to skyrocket, organizations around the world have been focusing on improving their cybersecurity and training their staff on how to recognize and report common phishing scams. That work is tremendously important, but in securing your data and infrastructu…

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    OCR Director Urges Healthcare Providers to Strengthen Cybersecurity

    By: Jay Brown
    April 22, 2022

    Cyberattacks and IT incidents haverisen sharply in 2021, and if the first few months of 2022 are any indication, cybercriminals are becoming bolder and far more dangerous. Just this past January, hackers infiltrated Broward Health’s network via a third-party provider tosteal info…

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    Network Printer Security

    By: Jay Brown
    April 19, 2022

    When most people think about cybersecurity, they tend to think about every device that's connected to the internet except for one: the office printer. It's a common blind spot and one that hackers have been exploiting in the last few years. Although a Dutch TV channel grabbed a f…

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    How to Navigate Gmail Changes Affecting Scan to Email Functionality

    By: Jay Brown
    April 13, 2022

    Google has announced that as of May 30th, 2022, it will disable control over Less Secure Apps on free Gmail accounts. If your organization uses free Gmail accounts, some of the apps you're using in connection with your email may no longer work. This change is part of a step-by-st…

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    Microsoft Vulnerability ‘PrintNightmare’ Remediation Recommendation Notice

    By: Jay Brown
    July 2, 2021

    0-Day Critical Vulnerability: PrintNightmare Exposes Windows Servers, Requires Additional Action to Remediate Update 07/02/2021 at 1:02pm CST: Microsoft has released an update today acknowledging this new vulnerability and it has been assigned CVE-2021-34527. Additional workaroun…

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    Print Security Report reveals 8 Need-To-Know Stats

    By: Jay Brown
    March 4, 2021

    "Dealing With Permanent Change," that’s the title Quocirca gave to its conclusion paragraph in this year’s iteration of their annual report on printer security. It’s, yet, another reflection of how COVID-19’s grand (and unwelcome) entrance not only stunned the world, but actually…

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