Yet Another Reason to Not Click on Links

Email – It is easy to send information and store information via email.   However, no one should be asking for your personal information like passwords, your social security number or your account information in an email.   Banks and other financial institutions have been warning their clients against it for years, but there are still people…

More On Why Not To Click On Links

  Similar domains and website cloning as types of phishing are on the rise!   Let’s say your bank is named ABC Bank and Trust. The website domain is www.abcbankandtrust.com (http://www.abcbankandtrust.com). However you accidentally type abcbankandttrust or abcbbankandtrust. The website loads though and looks almost exactly like abcbankandtrust.com (http://abcbankandtrust.com). It’s so similar you don’t recognize…

RSA Day One: The Trust Crisis

  Digital risk is the greatest threat to the modern business   That was the theme at the opening session of the 2019 RSA Conference in San Franscisco. In today’s hyper-connected business economy, information centric cyber-risk, introduced internally and externally, to a business introduces the greatest risk of loss and disruption. In 2018 these risks…

Simple: Change and Rotate Your Password

Previously I discussed that *many* people had followed a link in an email that included a username and a real password (credentials) because they thought the sender had access to their account. I mentioned that our credentials unfortunately have been leaked from numerous breaches. I said that just because they have your credentials doesn’t mean…

TheFutureofCyberSecurity

Innovation: Leading not following

CIT Recognized nationally for cybersecurity leadership The world of IT doesn’t stand still. Throw in Cybersecurity and the pace of change is incredible. CIT prides itself in a culture of continual change and innovation. We are the service provider of choice for businesses whose information is central and critical to the organization. Recently, ChannelPro magazine…