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3 Malware Cautionary Tales (and how to Avoid Becoming the Next one)

Malware attacks. They’re no good. We shouldn’t have to point that out. But it doesn’t mean plenty of companies haven’t learned the hard way. Here are three recent examples of malware attacks and their disastrous results, as well as how you can avoid becoming the next cautionary tale.
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Cybersecurity: The Definitive Guide to Getting it Right

To implement the best cybersecurity solutions for your business, you’ll first need to answer the following question:  “What is cybersecurity?” When building a cybersecurity solution, you will want to protect against several threats, including cyberattacks, insider threats, and human error.
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Simple Cybersecurity Tips For Your Business Users

Here at TFE, we really want you to stay safe when you are online. If you ever have any questions about safe internet practices, here are a few tips I learned teaching my mom about the challenges of cybersecurity.
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3 Reasons to Add a Huddle Space in Your Office

Huddle rooms in business function in the same way that the “reading rooms” work in university libraries. You can use the space for a small work group or for individual employees to cordon themselves off for mental marathons and power hours.
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The Surprise Benefits of Unified Communications in Your Business

Ensuring that your company is able to collaborate in real time will have a positive impact on your productivity and workflow. Unified communications create a real-time work environment where it is easier than ever to share information and work together on a common goal.
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Busted! 3 Videos that Prove You Need Video Surveillance

The benefits of video surveillance are twofold. First, with video surveillance you can record external and internal threats, either watching them live or keeping the footage for future review. The second is that cameras on-site are physical deterrents.
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Ancient Tombs and the Art of Access Control

Securing your network is similar to how the ancient Egyptians and Chinese secured their tombs, but with fewer crossbows and poison rivers. Essentially, you want to couple physical deterrents with ongoing monitoring.
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Is Your Security System Physically Protecting Your Organization?

It’s important not to put all of your eggs in the “cybersecurity” basket. Having an effective physical security system in place can offer protection that is measurably valuable in its own right.
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Your Secret Weapons for Successful Business Growth

Yes, we have a secret. Here are 3 ways to utilize technology to make sure your business changes with the times and not despite the times.