What do cybersecurity consultants do? And are they worth the money?

Protecting against ever-evolving hacking techniques and cyberthreats is something that small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) in Orlando must take seriously. In fact, a 2019 study by the Ponemon Institute found that cyberattacks targeting SMBs have increased by over 20% since 2016.

Unfortunately, many organizations are unable to leverage strong security measures due to limited IT security personnel, expertise, and budgets.

A guide to server hosting services for SMBs in Orlando

There may come a time when setting up a dedicated server for your business makes the most sense. This could be because your eCommerce site is growing and it needs to be able to handle an increase in traffic. Or you want to boost your ability to protect your business’s proprietary and customer data.

Cybersecurity tips to stay secure through months of remote work

The COVID-19 pandemic compelled many Orlando organizations to swiftly adopt cloud solutions and enable employees to work from home to curb the spread of the virus.
Several months into what was dubbed the world's largest work from home experiment, it seems like remote work (or at least a hybrid work environment) is, and will long continue to be, the new normal.

Disney+ Hacked

Passwords Have Been Hacked

The latest report is that Disney+ accounts have been hacked and are for sale on the Dark Web.

Here is what you need to know about the Disney Plus hack.

Thousands have been locked out of their accounts.Info has been shared online.

Sanford Businesses: How To Choose The Perfect MSP

If you’ve ever been to downtown Sanford on a busy weekend, then you already know how horrific the parking situation is. But soon enough, you won’t have to wonder where to ever again;  the City of Sanford recently unveiled their new plan to outfit the city with a fleet of public golf carts, water taxis, and trolleys.

WAWA Hacked: Offering Free Credit Monitoring

WAWA, the popular convenience store that burst onto the scene in Orlando in 2012, now has well over 100 stores spanning the state of Florida has suffered a cybersecurity breach. WAWA is scheduled to open an additional eleven Florida stores in the Spring of 2020.

They announced the breach on December 19, 2019. According to a company statement, Malware has been running in its system since March 4 and was present in most stores by April 22, 2019. Among the information collected was cardholder names, including credit and debit card numbers and expiration dates.