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Cyber security is a growing concern for small businesses across the country. Everything from mobile devices to the refrigerator in the company breakroom can be a potential pathway to a breach.

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The Internet of Things (IoT) offers users advancements in technology through smart devices but opens the risk for cyber security concerns.

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Hackers target small businesses with cybersecurity threats, but often times these type threats are not on a small business's radar.

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Disasters and other big news events are “triggers” that move hackers to action.

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Cybersecurity Month Preview
Posted by eojohnson

EO Johnson Locknet® is participating in National Cybersecurity Month to educate businesses on the risks of cybersecurity and to put steps in place to protect your organization.

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According to FEMA, almost 40 percent of small businesses never reopen their doors following a disaster because just a few inches of water can cause tens of thousands of dollars in damage.

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A few weeks ago, I stepped off a plane in Las Vegas. I barely noticed the 107-degree heat. The real “hotbed” that day was DefCon 25, the largest international hacker conference in the world.

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In the not-so-distant past, cyberattacks were infrequent and rarely made the front page of most major news outlets. Fast forward to today and news of cyberattacks are so frequent, they’re on a fast track to becoming the new normal.

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Ransomware threats, like WannaCry, are hitting small businesses at an all-time high pace. Ryan Olson, director of a cyber security threat intelligence team in Palo Alto says, “Small businesses are frequently a more appealing target for ransomware because they sit at the juncture of money and ...

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On Friday, May 12, a dangerous new ransomware called “WannaCry” started a rapid spread across the globe, infecting thousands of computers including government agencies, factories and health services. The ransomware prevented users from accessing files—then an on-screen message would pop up ...

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