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Is your business at risk from cyber threats? The answer is yes, and they’re coming from your emails. See our tips to learn how you can defend your business.
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Every business is vulnerable to cyberattacks and data breaches, and data loss can severely damage any company's reputation and financial bottom line. Although cybersecurity comes in many shapes and sizes, there are a few things that no small business should be without.
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Security in schools is a pressing concern for the American public as the number of school shootings each year continues to rise. Physical security is the front-line defense for schools. Here are some ideas that can increase physical security in schools and save lives.
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The possibility for scary times at schools these days is an unfortunate reality. Schools need great security as more things in the sphere of education are done online. Technology is used for good in schools when it is used during difficult moments, and it can enhance physical security.
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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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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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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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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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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.