What is the Cost of Downtime?

Most businesses can find a way to deal with whatever life throws at them as long as they can continue to do business. But, what happens when something impacts that ability? When a business can not continue to operate and perform normal business functions, the company’s reputation is greatly impacted. Therefore, every company’s survival greatly depends on how quickly they can return to normal operations.

You can trust government websites to be secure, right?

The Click2Gov bill payment system has been hacked in eight cities across the United States starting in August 2019. This latest breach of Click2Gov affects 20,000 records from those eight US cities, and while only eight cities have been breached, the compromised payment cards belong to people across all 50 states.

Free Resources from ITNS Consulting!

We’re always looking to find new ways to help our clients, prospects, and our community. One of our key objectives is focused on increasing Security Awareness within our business community through our blog posts, Security Awareness Training, and by providing helpful tools that make managing your IT systems more effective. Here are a few FREE resources you can use to assist in those endeavors…

Are IoT devices allowing access to your data?

Does your business use “Smart” TVs, “Smart” Monitoring Systems, or any other type of  Internet of Things (IoT) “Smart” devices? Then be well aware, these devices may be spying on you and stealing your data!

The End is Near for Windows 7!

Extended support for Windows 7(Win7), Windows Server 2008/2008R2(Svr2008R2), and Windows Small Business Server 2011(SBS2011) will end on January 14, 2020. Microsoft moved these operating systems to extended support on January 13, 2015, but after January 2020, they will no longer receive vendor supported updates. Any system that is no longer supported by the vendor is truly not secure…

Update – Capital One Data Breach

In a new indictment filed on August 28, 2019, Paige Thompson is accused of hacking 30 more companies and cryptojacking. The indictment alleges one count of wire fraud and one count of computer fraud and abuse for illicitly accessing data on more than 30 other entities, including Capital One. Each charge carries a penalty of up to 25 years in prison.