Archive for 'data protection'

Critical Issue, Beware of Encrytption “Ransomware”

There are some extremely malicious software viruses that are rearing their ugly head in the Utah market.  “Cryptolocker” and “Cryptowall” are 2 examples of viruses that will lock up your entire system.  They demand payment to “unencrypt” your files and it is doubtful that even payment of this ransom will fully restore your thief 2

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Checking your Locks: 5 Myths About Safeguarding your Data

For Throwback Thursday (#tbt) we’re continuing our theme of Security and re-posting this blog where we discussed how to safeguard your data. Click here to read last week’s post on segmenting your network to protect your data.

If you are the one closing your restaurant for the night, a part of your routine is to physically lock up the property. That may involve arming a security system and, at the ...

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