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10 Cyber Facts That Should Put You on Cyber Alert

10 Cyber Facts That Should Put You on Cyber Alert

10 Cyber Facts That Should Put You on Cyber Alert by Keith Barthold Cybercriminals aren’t just targeting big business anymore; cybercrime has become the number one threat for small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) as well. And the fact that ransomware attacks are becoming more frequent, sophisticated, and costly should cause wise businesses owners to think […]

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DKBinnovative Ranked Among Top Global Managed Service Providers

DKBinnovative Ranked Among Top Global Managed Service Providers

DKBinnovative Ranked Among Top Global Managed Service Providers DKBinnovative once again ranks among the world’s 501 most strategic, innovative, and forward-thinking managed service providers (MSPs), according to Channel Futures 11th annual MSP 501 Worldwide Company Rankings. The MSP 501 is the first, largest, and most comprehensive ranking of managed service providers worldwide. This year Channel […]

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Enlightening Solutions for the Dark Web

Enlightening Solutions for the Dark Web

Enlightening Solutions for the Dark Web by Keith Barthold Here’s the bad news: ▪  80% of hacking-related breaches leverage either stolen passwords and/or weak, guessable passwords. ▪  85% of businesses with less than 1000 employees have been hacked, and most don’t even know it. ▪  97% of breaches could have been prevented with available technology. Here’s the current state of […]

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HIPAA Wall – A Structure of Safety, Security, and Confidence

HIPAA Wall – A Structure of Safety, Security, and Confidence

In the sometimes-complicated and ever-changing world of healthcare compliance, there are two (at least) rather challenging and undeniable facts: One is that you don’t have a choice as to whether to be HIPAA compliant or not – it’s the law. If you don’t adhere to the provisions of HIPAA – the Health Insurance Portability and […]

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Passwords and the Bright Side of the Dark Web

Passwords and the Bright Side of the Dark Web

The dark web is a real thing. It’s a special internet that requires a separate web browser to access. Once on the web browser, those users are completely anonymous. With this anonymous store front – basically for illegal activity – it also creates an environment where identity theft is rampant and where an exchange for […]

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How hackers can steal your identity when using public WiFi

How hackers can steal your identity when using public WiFi

The Internet is an increasingly hostile environment.  DKBInnovative’s extensive background both as an integrator and consumer of wireless technology makes it possible to offer expert consulting support for a broad range of wireless applications. Our expert “ethical” hacker Randy Haba recently partnered with NBC 5 Responds to show just how easy a Hacker can steal your […]

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How to really stink at security — the 10 DON’Ts of IT security

How to really stink at security — the 10 DON’Ts of IT security

Maintaining a secure IT network is paramount for any business — especially in a day and age of sophisticated viruses, rogueware, spyware and the many other threats that can compromise the heart of your company. Unfortunately, many businesses and their employees are simply too busy and tied up with their normal duties of the day […]

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Ransomware – How to prevent being a hostage to your system

Ransomware – How to prevent being a hostage to your system

As time passes and technology evolves, viruses and rogueware continue to advance and become more sophisticated. “Scareware” and “ransomware” are two terms that are coming up more and more in offices across the United States. These are two forms of rogueware that have actually turned into an industry worth over $100 million dollars for the […]

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From Me To You: Train Your Employees To Help You Fight Cyber Crime

From Me To You: Train Your Employees To Help You Fight Cyber Crime

At some point in your business growth and development you realized that you could no longer work alone and you started hiring. No matter the size of your staff now, because of technology advancements and the influx of now-necessary web-connected devices, those helpful employees could also be the next open door to cyber crime at […]

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