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Archive for September, 2018

Some Apple iPhone 8’s May Have A Manufacturer Defect

Do you own an iPhone 8? If so, you may have problems. Apple has recently reported that a small percentage of iPhone 8s "contain logic boards with a manufacturing defect. Affected devices ...

Most Small Businesses Can’t Recover From Cyber Breaches

A new study recently published by Sitchfast Technologies paints a grim picture of the threat landscape for small and medium-sized business. Their key finding? A staggering 60 percent of small businesses that ...

Vulnerability Found In Major Manufacturers Of Android Phones 

Researchers operating out of the University of Florida, Stony Brook University and Samsung Research America have made a disturbing discovery. Millions of Android smartphones manufactured by eleven different OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturers) ...

If You Assume Your Cybersecurity is Taken Care of, You May Want to Think Again

I read a great article in the other day that posed that very thought, and so I felt I should share a bit of it with you. It serves as a ...

Security Issues Abound – Texas Voter Registration Records Leaked 

The great state of Texas has 15.2 million registered voters. Unfortunately, personal details belonging to nearly all of them (14.8 million) have been compromised, but don't blame the state's election officials. This ...

Hackers Now Targeting Point Of Sale Systems

There's a new threat to point of sale (POS) systems coming out of Russia, according to security researchers from Booz Allen Hamilton. The malware, which they're calling "RtPOS" isn't bleeding edge technology, ...

The Danger of Letting That Domain Name Expire

So, I stumbled upon an interesting article over Labor Day weekend (do I know how to party OR WHAT?) that warned businesses of the risks that come with letting domain names ...

Hackers Make More Money Than Is Spent On Cybersecurity

Quick question - how much do the world's cyber criminals make every sixty seconds? If you guessed a quarter of a million dollars, you'd be wrong. If you doubled that value, you'd ...

Are Your Passwords Up to Snuff?

Probably not. At least, if you’re anything like me — and I really hope you’re not – then your passwords are probably not up to snuff. But hopefully this will at ...

High Frequency Audio Computer Monitors May Expose Screen Activity

It may sound like something straight out of a science fiction movie, but recently, researchers have made a disturbing discovery. Using nothing more than an off-the-shelf microphone, it's possible for an attacker ...

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Researchers Have Found A New Security Issue With Bluetooth

Researchers Have Found A New Security Issue With Bluetooth

Researchers from the Israeli security firm Armis have discovered a new security flaw in BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) chips that[...]
Google Updating reCAPTCHA To Make It Easier For Users

Google Updating reCAPTCHA To Make It Easier For Users

Bots make up a shocking percentage of internet traffic.  In fact, in some industries, there are far more bots trolling[...]
Data Breach Hits Radisson Hotel Group

Data Breach Hits Radisson Hotel Group

The Radisson Hotel Group joins the ranks of globally-recognized brands to be on the receiving end of a successful hack. [...]

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Since 2004, A2Z Business IT has been a leading provider of IT support and consulting, focusing on small and medium sized businesses in the Tristate Area. We have helped hundreds of businesses increase productivity and profitability by making IT a streamlined part of operations. We equip our clients with customized technology solutions for greater operational value and to reduce risk.

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