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Is It a Scam?

CourseVector’s team of security experts receives scam emails almost daily. We know it is becoming more difficult to tell the difference between scams and legi...
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Back to (Online) School Safety Tips

Many of us are navigating the work-from-home / school-from-home landscape as the 2020 COVID-19 Pandemic presses on. It is important to maintain good virtual hyg...
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Security for Online Meetings

Tips and tricks for online meeting success Zoom has been in the news for its capability to allow businesses, organizations, and families connect online, but als...
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Shadow IT – Dangerous and Costly

Shadow IT is defined as any IT services, not set up or documented by an oversight authority, usually an IT department. Every undocumented, and unmonitored, IT s...
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Social Media Security Breach

“Is there anything in this post that I wouldn’t want a hacker to know?” Social media can be a fun way to connect with coworkers, promote our companies or ...
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Cyber Insurance Poster Set

free cybersecurity poster about data encryption july 2019P2-Change-Default-PasswordsP3-Cyber-Security-PolicyCybersecurity is on the minds of everybody. Consumer...
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FaceApp Security Warning

With news media, sports teams, etc., all pushing how interesting FaceApp is, lots of people are using it. However, people are giving up much more personal data ...
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Cyber Attacks are on the Rise and are Incredibly Damaging

Malware and web-based cyber attacks are growing in their number, complexity, and method of delivery. One wrong move and sensitive data or personally identifiabl...
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HTTPS Phishing Scams

It is now a “best practice” to secure your website with HTTPS. As a matter of fact, as of 2017 Google Chrome started displaying a “not secure” message i...
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Network Security

PC, laptop, and tablet security (we hope) has become second nature. It is widely known that anti-malware and anti-virus software should be installed and maintai...
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