All Posts Tagged: malware

Held hostage: Be alert for ransomware

David Pollino
Security
Closeup of a laptop keyboard with a padlock on it connected to 4 chains, thus preventing the computer from being used.

It’s important to remember that paying the ransom does not guarantee the encrypted files will be released.

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Decluttering your email inbox may boost your security

David Pollino
Security
Young male worker at his computer in a small workspace, with 2 coworkers visible in the background.

We all get too many emails, and it can be easy to just go with the flow. But there are very good reasons to do a virtual declutter now and then.

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Share with care: Protect yourself and your business online

David Pollino
Security
Business woman sitting on steps looking at her laptop while 2 businessmen on higher step try to peer over her shoulders to her laptop.

Protecting yourself and your business online takes time and thought. But the effort you put in may keep you from being a victim, saving you stress and potential losses.

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Protecting your point-of-sale devices from malware

David Pollino
Security
Female server

A newly disclosed threat is capable of recording keystrokes and syphoning off information from a business’s transaction terminals.

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