• Security is expensive But not implementing is 1000 times more expensive
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    A massive breach of medical records containing confidential personal information has prompted both federal and state investigations. It all started when CBS 2 Investigator Dave Savini got a tip about what a dumpster diver found in the trash. Suburban Lung Associates has numerous offices affiliated with major hospitals. The Northbrook company is responsible to store…

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  • Google’s Project Zero Exposes Windows 8.1 Security Flaw
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    Windows 8.1 allows low-level users to gain administrator privileges. It has been 90 days since Google found the security issue, however there is still no fix from Microsoft. This security hole was found as part of Google’s Project Zero initiative, which finds weaknesses in software in hopes that the developers can create solutions before hackers…

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  • Snowden Documents Show the Scope of NSA
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    In light of the NSA documents released by Edward Snowden, we are able to see what levels of encryption the NSA struggled to break through. German News Station Der Spiegel, has revealed the holes in the NSA’s encryption breaking programs. It turns out that there are some networks that the NSA just can’t break at…

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  • Information Theft: It is Easier to Prevent Than to Clean Up
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    It is unfortunate, but every now and then we come across a similar information theft story. In this case, it was a restaurant whose poor security resulted in stolen credit card information. The medium sized restaurant had a few point of sale (POS) terminals and a single computer in the manager’s office which was also…

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  • Planning the First 10 Minutes of Your Workday Matters
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    If you’re occupied in the kitchenette of Anthony Bourdain, legendary chef of Brasserie Les Halles, best-selling author, and well-known TV character, you don’t dare so much as boil warm water without attending to a ceremonial that’s necessary for any self-respecting chef: mise-en-place. The “Meez,” as specialists call it, interprets into “all in its place.” In…

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  • Successfully Use Email Auto responders
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    Mail auto responders are one-to-one emails sent to a subscriber on your list that are activated to add value to the knowledge a person has with your business online. Auto responders are activated by an act taken on your web or by a regulator set by your team, either best outfits the situations of the…

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  • Is Your Company Adequately Protected if Your Site is Hacked?
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    You can’t choice the newspaper or melody in to the newscast deprived of earshot about the latest cyber-attack against a protuberant commercial. Most particularly, there’s Target, who’s CEO, Gregg Steinhafel, was involuntary to step depressed last month following one of the biggest hack attacks ever charted. The regular cost to a small company for a hack…

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  • Don’t Let Your Mobile Device be Hacked While Charging It
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    Always since I erudite about the threat of “juice-jacking”, the probability that working your mobile device into a accidental control accusing position using a USB string might risk the data on that expedient. I have been additional watchful around transporting a good power-outlet accusing connector on my voyages. But in the insufficient cases when I overlooked or…

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  • Recommended bandwidth for health care providers
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    It is critical you have the broadband capabilities to support your electronic health record (EHR) system. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recommends the following minimum bandwidth speeds: Single Physician Practice – 4 megabits per second (Mbps) Supports practice management functions, email, and web browsing Allows simultaneous use of electronic health record (EHR) and high-quality video consultations…

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  • What Crucial Step Can You Take to Win a Negotiation?
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    I just came out of a conference where I necessary to discuss a grant agreement and once again I fail to recall one lesson that should have destroyed in after all these years of script about leadership and negotiations: Leaders make the first move. When we negotiate we unavoidably ask, “Who’s going to make the…

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