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HTTPS and SSL is a Two Edged Sword

December 2, 2016


We all know that HTTPS and SSL stand for security and encryption.  When we connect to our bank or favorite ne retailer we know we can upload our credit card information or account number with confidence, knowing that our data is being shielded from prying eyes.  But that shield cuts both ways as cyber criminals […]

6 Ways Reduce the Risk of Open Public WiFi

October 13, 2016


As a network admin, there’s several dialogs we find ourselves repeating over and over again when it comes to advising our users such as “don’t click a link in an email unless you are absolutely positive what it is.”  (And even then you should click with complete apprehension).  Another is cautioning users to utilize public […]