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3 Common DNS Attacks and How to Fight Them

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DNS attacks can shake the foundation of your network and even disrupt huge chunks of the internet. Just last month, a single day of attacks blocked access to sites like Netflix and Twitter for thousands of people.

How can DNS attacks harm your network? Find out in this post, and see three common types of DNS attacks and how to prevent them.

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HIPAA Violation Cases May Hit Record in 2016

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Why is the healthcare industry at such high risk for data breaches? Because they have a lot of loot, and the lock on the gate has been rusty for years

We dig into data on the latest health care data breaches to show you the trends for 2016. See why this year is on pace to match the industry record for number of breaches reported.

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SSL VPN and IPsec VPN: How they work

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Virtual private networks are a great tool to use when building your business’s network security plan. So what options do you have?

The two most common VPN types are SSL VPN and IPsec VPN. Read on to see how they measure up to your company’s needs.

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Smaller HIPAA Breaches Under Scrutiny

OCR Enforces Data Breaches

In August 2016, the Office of Civil Rights (OCR) notified Covered Entities and Business Associates that it is widening its efforts to identify protected health information (PHI) breaches that affect less than 500 individuals.

While expensive news for businesses, it is a ripe opportunity for IT providers to deliver valuable cybersecurity services to new and existing clients. Read on to see how your company could benefit.

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Multi-factor authentication: What it is and why small businesses should care

Passwords are not as safe as they used to be. Multi-factor authentication is becoming more common to beef up security. But should you use it on your systems?

Read on to learn more about multi-factor authentication, including the three types of data that can verify an identity and which one is hacked the most.

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