Local Managed IT Service Provider CEO, Terry Rossi, Signs Publishing Deal to Help Small Businesses Through Cyber-Crime Crisis Surging in 2020.

 

Mount Holly, NJ- October 15, 2020- PICS ITech co-founder and CEO, Terry Rossi, has teamed up with 31 of the top leading IT professionals across the country in the release of the new book, On Thin Ice. Sharing their proven strategies to help prevent the imminent threat of cybercrime and protect your business.

Warning: Your Computer May Be Haunted

Goblins, and ghouls and cybersecurity…oh my! Even though Halloween is all about tricks and treats, nothing is scarier than being unprepared and uneducated when it comes to the security of your business’s data and finances. Each day, dangerous, well-funded crime rings are using state of the art techniques to hack into the accounts of small businesses just like you!

The National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) reports that 1 in 5 small businesses have been victims of cyber-crime, and since the Coronavirus Pandemic, these numbers have splurged.

IT Security Smart Tips for Smart Phones

If you’re planning on heading out of town – or to the local coffee shop to work –keep in mind these IT security smart tips for smartphones.

Protect your devices from thieves. All mobile devices should be passcode-protected and loaded with apps that will help you track and find them in case they get lost or stolen.

If You Think Your Business Is Too Small To Be Hacked…You’re Going to Want to Read This…

In a world of rampant cybercrime, hackers thrive on the blind faith of their targets. Despite high-profile digital security breaches showing up in the news nearly every week, most still assume they’re safe from attack. The thinking goes that while large companies like Google, Facebook, Apple are the data jackpot for cyber-criminals, my business is far too small to justify a hacker’s attention…right?

Wrong.

How to Make the Most Out of Cyber Security Awareness Month

National cyber security awareness month is your opportunity to show staff members how committed your company is to keeping data safe.

Two organizations sponsor National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM). Those groups are the Cyber Security & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA).

For 17 years, these organizations have hosted the event.

Your Employees Are Letting Hackers Into Your Company By Doing These 5 Things – Here’s What You Can Do To Stop It!

If You Are Plugged In, You Are A Target
If you run a small business, you are a target for cybercriminals.  I know you don’t believe it but I see it all the time.   It’s just a fact of life, if you’re plugged in, you are a target.

Hackers, scammers, and cybercriminals of all kinds target small businesses because they are plentiful, and most times, they lack good cybersecurity  - if they have any!. Here’s the real crime: these criminals don’t need to use malicious code or advanced hacking skills to get what they want.