Phil Montero

What is your Zoom background revealing about you? Is it a social engineering cybersecurity risk?

With the Coronavirus Pandemic, we’ve all been using online video chats more than ever to connect with work, school, for government meetings and social gatherings. Has Zoom and other video conferencing apps put our security at risk? Are you inadvertently sharing personal information through items that appear on screen behind you on video calls? Many …

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Cybersecurity and Ransomware: Why one small 8 computer company paid the $150,000 ransom and what you can do to protect yourself

In recent news – just a week ago a small manufacturing company in the Midwest with only 8 computers had their computer network held hostage and wound up paying the ransomware fee of $150,000 to regain control of their network. If you thought your network or business was too small to fall victim to this …

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Free Cybersecurity Training video, Employee Tips and Policy Templates for Working From Home

Working from home can pose many cybersecurity risks. As many organizations have been forced to begin operating from a remote work environment, more employees than ever before have started working from home. The problem with this is that working remotely poses new cybersecurity risks to organizations that they likely have not dealt with up until …

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