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What is Two-Factor Authentication?

Two-Factor Authentication is a buzzword we’ve been hearing more and more over the past several years. At this point, most people reading this article have probably used two-factor authentication—whether they realize it or not. Still, though, even if you have heard the term you might not know exactly what it means. What’s defines two-factor authentication? … Continued

Security Checklist 2022

The old saying, “Better safe than sorry,” is especially true when it comes to protecting your business’ data. These five tasks take surprisingly little time on your part, but offer total protection for your business. Take a look and see how many you’ve already done: 1. Install Password Manager This one makes life easier and … Continued

Seven Tips for Creating a Great Password

Do create strong passwords with a combination of letters (both uppercase & lower), numbers and symbols. Do not use easily guessed words for passwords or parts of passwords. This includes family names, birthdates, or phone numbers. Do use long passwords. As tempting as it is to use the name of your pet, you can greatly … Continued

Electronic Data Security (HIPAA)

Does Electronic Data Necessarily Mean Safer Data? Working in the health industry requires constant vigilance in regards to patient privacy. As storage methods for information change, security measures must adapt. The move towards electronically stored information brings more efficient data entry and retrieval. A question arises for many patients and health providers in the midst … Continued

USB Thumb Drives – Not Safe Anymore

“BadUSB” Hack Exposes Dangerous Vulnerability of Commonly Used Data Storage Devices If you’ve ever used a computer, you’re most likely familiar with those magic little sticks commonly known as USB Thumb Drives. Available in shapes and designs ranging from simple rectangles to colorful miniature racecars, these ubiquitous devices plug into computer USB ports and allow … Continued