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    Jon Roberts

    Jon Roberts is a Cyber Security Manager with Marco. Jon joined Marco as a Network Systems Engineer in 2017 and transitioned to the role of Cyber Security Manager in 2021. He has nine years of experience in the IT industry specializing in security and data center technologies. As a Cyber Security Manager, Jon works closely with clients to improve their security posture by performing assessments, designing and implementing solutions, and responding during security incidents. Jon holds multiple certifications including CISSP and CEH along with many from vendors such as VMware and Cisco.
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    How Cybersecurity Training Helps Mitigate Risk to Businesses

    By: Jon Roberts
    May 2, 2022

    Many organizations have undertaken admirable efforts to beef up their cybersecurity, but it may not be enough. According to a recent report, the average amount of time organizations take to detect and contain a data breach is 287 days…one week longer than the previous year.

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    30 Ways to Secure Microsoft 365

    By: Jon Roberts
    April 15, 2022

    Generally speaking, Microsoft 365 is a highly secure platform that helps organizations boost productivity and collaboration. Its data centers are almost impossible to breach directly, and it includes a suite of cybersecurity tools to further safeguard sensitive data. However, as …

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    Is Your Staff Vulnerable to Phishing Scams?

    By: Jon Roberts
    March 25, 2022

    "We've noticed suspicious withdrawals from your account. Click this link immediately to verify your information, or your account will be suspended." Would you ever fall for this common phishing technique, or perhaps another one like it? According to Avast, 61% of Americans are hi…

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    Cybersecurity Trends for Small Businesses

    By: Jon Roberts
    March 14, 2022

    If you have a small business and haven't yet been the victim of a cybercrime, that doesn't necessarily mean you're safe. It probably just means you've been lucky. In the last few years, cyber attacks on small businesses have been increasing in frequency and also severity. In fact…

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    How to Recognize SPAM and Phishing: Email Security and Beyond

    By: Jon Roberts
    March 2, 2022

    It's been a hectic day. You're multitasking as best you can, but you aren't at your best, and you can't focus on any one thing. And that's exactly when it happens. You skim over an email that says your HR department sent out incorrect W-2s, and you need to verify your information…

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    What is Cybersecurity for Business?

    By: Jon Roberts
    February 22, 2022

    You need your tools and your data to be accessible to everyone in your organization. But the more accessible they are for your employees, the more accessible they can be for cyber criminals. Cybersecurity threats have been increasing exponentially in recent years, and not just fo…

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    Protecting Your Organization from Log4j Vulnerability

    By: Jon Roberts
    December 17, 2021

    The race is on as security teams around the world work diligently to fix a critical security flaw named Log4Shell, which has put organizations across every industry at risk of exploitation.

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    Prioritizing Cybersecurity in a Hybrid Workplace

    By: Jon Roberts
    October 25, 2021

    The hybrid workplace is here to stay. For employees, this means working on personal or company devices at home that connect them to the office. For employers, this means data and networks can be more vulnerable to cyberattacks. Given today’s remote work culture, security needs to…

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    What You Need to Know About the Dark Web

    By: Jon Roberts
    July 19, 2021

    Chances are, the first things that come to mind when you hear the words, “dark web,” are illegal, mysterious and dangerous! 

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    Watch Out for These Four Methods of Business Fraud

    By: Jon Roberts
    July 7, 2021

    Nearly 165 million records containing personal data were exposed due to data breaches in 2019. When it comes to data breaches, businesses of any size can be vulnerable. Small businesses often don't have the resources to hire an IT staff, so they're a perfect target for business f…

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