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Ask Your Employees These Five Questions to Test Your Business’ Vulnerability to Phishing Key Points in This Article: Data breaches from phishing and other forms of cyberattack are most often the result of human error rather than technical failures. An effective cybersecurity plan involves cybersecurity awareness training that includes current threats, active learning methods, and […]
How to Protect Your Privacy in Windows 10 Key Points from Article Windows 10 collects more user data than any prior version of Windows. However, you can limit the amount of information it collects about you. A particular aspect of data collection is required if you wish to utilize some Windows functions fully. Microsoft has […]
The Cybersecurity Risks of Poor Employee Offboarding Key Points Offboarding is a ‘dirty job,’ but someone has to do it — and do it the right way. You may expose your organization to significant security risks if you offboard an employee improperly. When employees walk away from their jobs, they are not only taking their […]
The Increasingly Insecure State of VPNs Key Points Businesses have long used VPNs to provide secure access to company servers from remote locations, but new research has found that there has been an increase in exploits targeting their VPNs. These attacks take advantage of vulnerabilities in how VPNs are configured and deployed, with attackers increasingly […]
Your staff can have a significant effect on your dental clinic’s cybersecurity—either they know enough to keep your patients’ data secure, or they don't, and therefore present a serious threat to your security.
Do you have questions about whether to move your dental practice from Windows 10 to Windows 11? If you do, you’re not alone. NOVA Computer Solutions has recently fielded this question from many dental practice clients.