September 2022 Cybersecurity Newsletter

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Tech Humor

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Cybersecuirty news

September 2022

Price of Privacy: Sephora Fined $1.2M for Violating CCPA

How often do you shop online? If you’ve digitally browsed anything from clothing to an apartment in the past few years, you may be familiar with the typical message that pops up when you visit a retail site: We collect your data.

Tech FAQs: Answers to Your Top Tough Questions

When technology doesn’t work the way it’s supposed to, you can get frustrated fast. That’s probably why you’re on Google right now, frantically searching for answers to turn your screen back right-side up or convince your computer to read that USB drive.

Rely on Medical Devices? They’re Getting More Cyber-Secure

There’s a whole trove of weak points in our current approach to protecting medical devices. Fortunately, they’re about to become a little more cyber-secure.

Raccoon Stealer Malware: What You Need to Know

First making real headlines in 2019, the Raccoon Stealer malware originated on the Dark Web and quickly proliferated. This isn’t just because the sole perpetrator got busy, but because they’re able to sell subscriptions to buyers on the Dark Marketplace.

Should You Manually Bypass Web Filtering?

Have you ever been browsing online, when your web browser suddenly throws up a red screen emblazoned with a warning that the site you’re trying to access has detected vulnerabilities which could leave you exposed to malware?

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Your iPhone

Smartphones are the all-in-one center of information today. We use them to text and call and email; catch the bus and pay for groceries; reserve seats, check into our flights, and browse for any fact we need in a pinch.

Select Business & Tech Articles

September 2022

15 Internet Relics We Miss (and Some We Don’t)

Rose Leadem, Entrepreneur

These days we take for granted the capabilities of our smartphones and speedy Wi-Fi. But do you remember the days of dial-up and being greeted with “You’ve got mail!”? The nostalgia runs deep. Enjoy a trip into the past by checking out these past Internet relics.

8 Simple Ways to Enhance Your Data Literacy Skills

Bernard Marr, Forbes

The basic ability to understand and use data is key in any workplace role. It’s even more important today as we are living through “Industry 4.0” – a time defined by new technologies combining physical and digital worlds. Learn 8 steps to help you boost your data literacy skills.

Cybersecurity and the Metaverse: Patrolling the New Digital World

Adeeb Rashid, Security Intelligence

The metaverse is abuzz with promises of a 3D model of the Internet where you can live a rich digital life hanging out with friends, shopping, buying real estate, and more. But with today’s threat landscape being so dangerous, how do we offer boundless virtual spaces while keeping data safe? Learn more about the top security concerns of the metaverse.

Working Through Your On-Camera Meeting Anxiety

Morra Aarons-Mele, Harvard Business Review

For people with anxiety, on-camera meetings can be nerve-wracking. It’s important to focus on positive aspects of remote working while building habits that make virtual meetings less daunting. Learn 5 key tactics to ask yourself to suppress on-camera meeting stress.

And … Select Video Picks from our Staff

AI Moviemaking

Technology analyzes data about human movement to make computer animation.

AI Makes Music Video

Taking the classic David Bowie song, Space Oddity, every lyric is an AI generated image.

AI without Internet

AI built on a chip means devices will not need internet connectivity to function.

From our Friends at The Flying Locksmiths

The Importance of Physical Security Audits

Installing a robust security system in your business is necessary to keep your establishment, employees, and customers safe. However, a common mistake many companies make is installing and forgetting about the security system – allowing problems to appear and fester without receiving the necessary attention. To ensure your business remains safe, you should understand the importance of physical security audits. Here’s what you need to know.

Our previous IT company took too long for them to respond after we submitted a trouble ticket. Next day support is not acceptable for us yet that was typical for them. The team at ResTech quickly responds and personalizes their interactions and support of our business’ needs.
Sharon Barile
Dimensions In Fashion

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