‘Nuff Said!

‘Nuff Said!

As Stan Lee would say, “Face front, true believers!”

Cybersecurity can be hard to digest, which is why we’re turning to lessons from cartoons to make very technical topics more accessible to everyone. Verizon estimates that up to 90% of data breaches trace back to social engineering related attacks, such as phishing emails and carefully crafted scams.

My Grown-Up Christmas List

My Grown-Up Christmas List

You might recall the 1992 song, “My Grown-Up Christmas Wish” written by David Foster and his then wife, Linda. Natalie Cole was the first to record this holiday standard, but it was Amy Grant’s version that became the big hit. The lyrics showcase an adult writing to Santa and asking for much more than material things: the end to war, friendship for all and love that would never end.

Be Smart and Protect the Halls

Be Smart and Protect the Halls

While you’re decking the halls, why not protect them at the same time! We talk a lot about business security and how the internet can spell trouble if the right precautions aren’t put into place. As we swing into the holidays this year with Christmas and the new year right around the corner, it’s worth considering your home network.

Run, Run Rudolph

Run, Run Rudolph

Few songwriters have enjoyed hits with two songs about the same character. However, Johnny Marks did. He wrote “Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer” a 1949 hit for Gene Autry as well as “Run Rudolph Run” a 1958 hit for Chuck Berry. Both were based on the fabled reindeer created for Montgomery Ward in 1939.

Rudolph suggests you avoid the “reindeer games” that hackers use in phishing emails sent to scam you out of your data and financial resources.

You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch

You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch

The famous Dr. Seuss published How the Grinch Stole Christmas in 1957. The children’s story, written in rhymed verse chronicles how a solitary creature tries to steal Christmas by pilfering holiday items from the residents of Whoville. About a decade later, in1966, when the book was turned into a children’s holiday TV special, the song “You’re A Mean One, Mr. Grinch” debuted.