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Phishing

Protect Your Organization from Phishing Emails

Have you ever received an email that you weren’t sure was legitimate? I think most of us have. The first line of defense for your organization is YOU, the user. Users are the first to see incoming messages, and having knowledge of these kinds of attacks is the most effective […]

Security tips for home

This past weekend I gave a rare seminar on online security issues for home. Typically I’m only speaking to businesses but this time it was your average retired person. I thought that perhaps you’d also find some of the links useful. One statistic stands out above all others when it […]

New warning messages you might encounter

If you are using Safe Links to help protect against phishing, then you are going to notice that the error messages are changing. Since one of the hallmarks of phishing is that something isn’t quite right, I thought it best to warn you ahead of time. Below you’ll find a […]

New features to use

Office 365 Updates

Each month Microsoft releases new updates to Office 365. I keep an eye on those for you and periodically gather them into a blogpost when there are some interesting and significant ones. Here’s a run down of what I think you’ll find useful. OneDrive Hovercard. The File Hover Card quickly displays […]

Emergency update

Intel, the maker of computer processors, has been made aware of a major flaw in their processors and emergency patches are being released to address the issue. The flaw exposes data in virtual memory. All computers use virtual memory today. As this is a kernel level issue there are several […]

November 2017 Office Updates

Don’t forget to register for our free Office 365 conference. It’s December 5th in Troy. www.harborsecurecloud.com  Beginning this month we will be sending you notifications of new features in Office and Office 365. This update will come once a month. If you would like more information about any of these […]