Stepping Up Email Security: A Guide to Changes Affecting your Business in Q1, 2024

In an era where digital threats are ever-evolving, Google is at the forefront of enhancing email security by introducing new standards designed to combat spam, scams, and phishing attempts. This initiative represents a significant shift in how email security is approached, with a clear message to other email providers: adapt by March 31, 2024, or face challenges in delivering emails to domains managed by Google, or other email providers following suit.

Greeting Updates – October Newsletter

‘Tis the season for greetings. Greeting Updates, that is!

I know, the holidays seem to come earlier each year.  I love the holidays but normally, I’d be the last guy to talk about how many shopping days there are before Christmas.  In this case, though, we’re actually talking about how you communicate with your customers – a case near and dear to my heart – so I’m making an exception.

Managed Security – July Newsletter

Cyber Security For Business

Cyber-attacks have become an increasingly large problem for small and midsized businesses as each day passes. Technology advances have helped businesses over the last several years but cyber-attacks continue to become much more sophisticated. Small and midsized businesses have become inviting targets due to the lack of proper security implementation, shortage of a well-trained, full-time IT staff, and the inability to actively monitor and respond to threats. Gone are the days of a single layer of protection on the perimeter of a network.

The Importance of Cybersecurity in a Remote Work Environment

Working remotely in the U.S. has been on the rise for several years.  In 2015, 3.9 million people in the U.S. worked remotely.  With the COVID-19 health crisis changing the work environment for many, 16 million people are now working from home, according to a April 2020 Slack survey. While this does provide a safer work environment for many during the pandemic, it does open the door to an increase in cybercrimes.  Now more than ever, keeping the digital workplace secure is important.