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Infographic: Phishing Email Attack Flow

by Calyptix, July 25, 2016

Email phishing may seem like an easy attack to dodge, but with more sophisticated attacks coming down the pipeline, it can be hard to tell which emails are malicious and which ones aren’t.

Need help teaching or reminding your employees on the dangers of email phishing? Check out our Email Phishing Infographic, which shows the many ways users can be tricked.

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Filled under : Top threats

5 Easy Ways Small IT Departments can Train Employees on Network Security

by Calyptix, July 18, 2016


Teaching employees network security best practices and threat warning signs can be one tough job, especially if you are a smaller IT team.

Get the ball rolling with these five easy tips on how to begin employee security training at your company.

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7 Tips on Data Security for Business Travelers

by Calyptix, July 8, 2016


Business travelers tend to check email and update spreadsheets on the road – sometimes from the comfort of an economy seat on an airplane. But did you know this can raise the risk of a data breach at your company?

Stay safe with these seven tips for data security on business trips. Share them with your clients to show them that you’re an expert.

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Filled under : Malware , Top threats

Healthcare Data Breaches are Most Expensive on Average

by Calyptix, June 23, 2016


Tell your clients: healthcare data breaches cost more to resolve than breaches in any other industry in the U.S.

Find out why healthcare is the leader in data breach costs. You’ll also see the other industries that are expensive, and what you can do to keep costs down.

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Tagged on : healthcare , HIPAA

PCI DSS 3.2 – New Changes for IT Service Providers

by Calyptix, June 16, 2016


A new version of PCI DSS is now available. With it comes major changes for service providers and merchants in how to protect cardholder data.

Are you a “service provider” as defined by PCI DSS? Do the changes affect you or your IT clients? Find out in this post.

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Tagged on : PCI DSS

Top 7 Network Attack Types in 2016

by Calyptix, June 13, 2016


Is your company prepared to take on the network attacks targeting small businesses this year? Need to brush up on what threats to prepare for?

Read on to learn more about the top network attack trends that could be targeting your business in 2016.

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Filled under : Top threats
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The Ransomware Plague in Hospitals and Healthcare

by Calyptix, June 1, 2016


A ransomware plague has struck hospitals and other healthcare organizations across the U.S. Victims are paying ransoms of nearly $20,000 to unlock millions of files.

How does this happen? Why is healthcare a target? What can you do to protect yourself? Read on to find out.

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Filled under : Malware
Tagged on : malware , ransomware

Phishing Attacks: 30% will open a scam email

by Calyptix, May 30, 2016


Verizon released its 2016 Data Breach Investigations Report, and along with it some astonishing facts about the prevalence and success of phishing attacks.

See why you shouldn’t be deceived by the simple nature of phishing emails and how they can worm their way into your company’s data.

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