How to Prepare for Gen Z in the Workforce

Be Proactive and Update Your Cybersecurity Practices
In the next few years, the first generation to grow up with smartphones and social media will join the workforce. It might seem like Gen Z will be the most cybersecure generation, considering they’ve always had the Internet and other advanced technologies at the tips of their fingers; but this is not the case.

Cyber Intelligence: A “Duck” Tale of Two Incidents

Spear Phishing Is on the Rise!
Cyberattacks are one of the biggest threats that businesses face today. One popular tactic, spear phishing, is on the rise, so be alert!
88% of all data breaches are caused by employee actions.
Spear phishing is the act of sending emails from a known sender’s name to increase the chances of the recipient trusting and opening the email and taking action that unintentionally hurts the organization.

Expect the Unexpected and Plan for IT

Do You Have an IT Business Continuity Plan in Place?
Who could have predicted? How many times have you said or heard that over the last two plus years when discussing the implications of the Covid-19 pandemic? Well, few rewards are given for accurate predictions, but the smart business manager who is prepared for something he/she cannot predict actually reaps rewards.

Don’t Get Locked Out!

Keep Your Recovery Email Up to Date!
It happens to the best of us.  Sometimes when we type our password our finger strokes get jumbled up.  Or…  sometimes that darn “NumLock” key has unknowingly been pressed and we end up entering our password incorrectly too many times—reaching the maximum number of attempts—and finding ourselves locked out of our account(s).

Thankfully, we have a solution for getting back in—our recovery email!

This is all well and good, but what if your recovery email is invalid or no longer accessible?  Often, we forget what recovery email is even connected to our account.