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Before and After

Imagine if you had two emails that were worth a million dollars each. You would do everything that you can to protect those emails and ensure that no one deleted them. You would back them up, have multiple copies in place so that if you lost those emails, you would have a quick way to … Read more

Cyber Criminals are Taking Advantage of Covid-19

Cybercriminal activity has surged in 2020. By May of this year, the number of reported attacks had already come close to the total for 2019, according to the federal government. With the onset of COVID-19, there were a plethora of new opportunities for cybercriminals to take advantage of our uncertainties, fears, and overall lack of … Read more

How to Buy a Home Security System

How to Buy a Home Security System 1.Decide how much protection you need. This depends on the amount of crime in your area, how many areas of your home and property you want to protect, and your own comfort level. 2.Determine your budget. Make sure you are getting the protection you need without going overboard. … Read more

How to Avoid the Stimulus Scam

With the election season winding down, and a new administration announcing plans for the future, there will be another factor that contributes to the uncertainty of our times.  (When does the list of uncertainties stop growing, I wonder?) And again, we find hackers and cybercriminals in a power position to take advantage of our uncertainty … Read more

Infant Abduction in Hospitals

As a former healthcare Security Director, one of my biggest concerns was (and remains) infant abduction. While infant abduction is extremely rare, an abduction has devastating consequences on the parents, the healthcare staff, the facility, and the entire community. As such, infant protection systems have become a “standard of care” in healthcare facilities. While there … Read more

Is Your Home Secure This Holiday Season?

Home Security after 2020 Congratulations! 2020 is finally coming to an end. Like many of you, I cannot wait to see this year in my rear-view mirror. I am hopeful that 2021 and beyond are much better. However, we still have the month of December to contend with. Historically, December has been a time where … Read more