The Security Landscape of IT in 2020

Many small to medium businesses are unaware of the dangers of operating within the technology world of today. The common misconceptions are reflected in what SMB owners are saying: “We have antivirus software”, “We’re too small to be targeted”, “We don’t have anything hackers would want”. Small to medium businesses Read more…

Ten Things to Remember about Password Management

Your personally identifiable information (PII) and financial information are among your most valuable assets: Financial accounts, Social Security numbers, sensitive documents, passwords, and identity are stored online and might be at risk of being hacked. Hackers target PII in virtually every single breach and earn billions of dollars per year Read more…

Basics of Online Privacy

With ransomware attacks at an all time high, it’s imperative to conform to a strict set of standards for online privacy. Stop using the same password for everything! If you’re not already doing it, you need to start behaving responsibly online.

Fraud Notice

We have been receiving phone calls from several angry and confused computer users who have been scammed by a fraudulent company calling themselves “Yes Tech LLC” based in Cranston, Rhode Island. If you believe you have been scammed by this company, please CONTACT THE FTC ( and fill out a Read more…

Recommended Listening

It’s a bit overwhelming to keep up with the times of technology so I really depend on several podcasts to keep me informed. My topics of interest include computer and personal security.