Phishing: When MFA isn’t enough to protect you

Cybercriminals are getting more innovative in stealing your data; in July 2022, the Microsoft Threat Intelligence Center posted a detailed threat review of a new type of business email compromise (BEC) that gets around multi-factor authentication (MFA). Large scale...

Cyber Insurance denied because of MFA

In what may be one of the first court filings of its kind, insurer Travelers is asking a district court for a ruling to rescind a policy because the insured allegedly misrepresented its use of multifactor authentication (MFA) – a condition to get cyber coverage....

What Is Smishing (And How To Protect Yourself)

Smishing is a new form of phishing that uses text messaging instead of email. It’s a growing problem worldwide, happening over 30 million times per day! Smishing scammers try to trick you into giving personal information by pretending to be a trusted person or...

Identity Theft Tactics – be aware and protect yourself

Identity Theft is a horrible experience to go through. Just ask anyone who has been victimized. It can takes many years to arrive at a full recovery. So it makes sense to be vigilant about being a victor instead of a victim, as author Dianne Ojar-Ali alerts us in her...

Meetings in the Cloud – comparing GoToMeeting with zoom.us

Meetings in the cloud are easier than ever. Seeing the furrows in someone's eyes or the expression after a comment or question carries tremendous value, especially when comparing it to the difficult task of deciphering a message strictly on tone of voice and choice of...

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12 Questions About the New Microsoft Office

12 Questions About the New Microsoft Office

Harry McCracken over at Technologizer.com has penned an excellent and very detailed article about what consumers and businesses can expect from the upcoming version of Microsoft Office. He asks twelve of the most popular questions and answers them.
Before we get to that, here’s a promo video from Microsoft with a sneak peak at what customers can expect.