Learn what Multifactor Authentication, or MFA, is and how to get it working with your Microsoft 365 account as an end-user.
You may have experienced some issues with phone calls, either making or receiving them, today. The details are not fully known, but one of the large phone carriers providing internet phone service to around 40% of customers in the United States and Canada (as a carrier, they connect internet-based phone systems with the Plain Old Telephone System, or POTS, phone numbers and lines) appears to have had a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack pointed at them, and we’ve seen phone call issues of various sorts since just before noon on Monday.
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October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. A lesser-known but very important component of online security is a password manager. Most people have one, two, or maybe three passwords they use for all of their online accounts. These are easy to remember passwords, maybe even something family or pet related, and attackers often break into websites and steal the passwords so they can use them to get into the rest of your accounts. Check out this quick video tip or read on to find out how to protect yourself.
October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. Ransomware, which has become a huge problem in the last few years, is when an attacker gets in your computer and locks up your files so you can’t get them without paying a ransom. Check out this quick video tip or read on to find out how to protect yourself.
October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. You can greatly help your online security by enabling two-factor authentication. Check out this quick video tip or read on see how you can improve your online security.
Phishing as it relates to email is an attacker sending an email message to you pretending to be legitimate, but really trying to steal your credentials to get into your e-mail account, your social media, or your office systems. Check out this quick video tip or read on to find out how to protect yourself.