Cyber Security

Cyber Security Update

by Andy Byron on Jun 5, 2018

Cyber Security, Blog
Recently, a number of our clients have been tricked into giving cybercriminals access to their computers. In a typical scam, a pop-up screen will appear on a user’s computer indicating that the computer has a problem that needs to be fixed. A phone number or link will be provided to “access a certified technician” supposedly from Microsoft or Apple. In some schemes, victims will receive a phone call rather than see a pop-up screen. In either case, the fraudster will attempt to gain your trust and offer to help.

Tips for Preventing Fraud

by Andy Byron on Jan 30, 2018

Blog, Cyber Security
Cyber criminals exploit our increasing reliance on technology. Methods used to compromise a victim’s identity or login credentials – such as malware, phishing, and social engineering – are increasingly sophisticated and difficult to spot. Following best practices and applying caution when sharing information or executing transactions makes a big difference.

Equifax Data Breach

by Andy Byron on Sep 12, 2017

Blog, Cyber Security

Although we sent an email to all of our clients describing steps to take immediately following the Equifax Data breach announcement, additional information about the breach and steps to take continue to evolve. We encourage you get in touch with us if you have any questions or concerns about how to protect your identity and credit after this breach.

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