How to Avoid Malware on your Smartphone

by Rob Schnetzer on Thu, Sep, 26, 2019 @ 14:09 PM

If you follow IT news you've probably noticed that there has been an uptick in the amount of malware for Android and iOS phones being found out in...

Sagiss SOC-2 Type-2 Certification

by Karl Springer on Thu, Sep, 12, 2019 @ 14:09 PM

We're proud to announce Sagiss has earned it's Soc-2 Type-2 Certification from the MSP Alliance! The Cloud Verify Program 

What to do After a Data Breach

by Rob Schnetzer on Mon, Sep, 02, 2019 @ 13:09 PM

What happens when you find your email on a breach list?

Unfortunately, several of the largest data breaches of all time have occurred in 2019. One...

What are DefCon and Black Hat? Why Do They Matter to You?

by Rob Schnetzer on Mon, Sep, 02, 2019 @ 13:09 PM

You may have noticed a significant increase in the amount of bug reporting and network exploits last month. Interestingly this spike is in part a...

22 Local Texas Governments hit with Ransomware

by Rob Schnetzer on Mon, Sep, 02, 2019 @ 13:09 PM

22 Texas Municipalities Attacked in an unprecedented attack.

Earlier in August, the Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR) confirmed that...

Top 20 Cybersecurity Mistakes Made by Small Businesses

by Jordan Weber on Wed, Aug, 28, 2019 @ 16:08 PM

1. Reusing old passwords

This is one of the most pervasive yet easiest cybersecurity problems to fix, so we recommend starting here. Did you know...

10 Signs Your PC Security Has Been Compromised (and what do next)

by Jordan Weber on Wed, Aug, 28, 2019 @ 15:08 PM

Hackers do the most damage when they fly under the radar, so to speak. Why? Because the longer they remain undetected, the more damage they can...

What Are the Benefits to Moving to Windows 10?

by Rob Schnetzer on Thu, Aug, 01, 2019 @ 10:08 AM

1. Speed

If start-up speed matters to you, then Windows 10 ought to be an easy choice. Compared to Windows 7 or 8, Windows 10 is faster all...

1,400 US City Mayors Pledge Never to Pay a Ransomware Demand

by Jordan Weber on Thu, Jul, 25, 2019 @ 13:07 PM

This year alone, 22 large-scale ransomware attacks have shut down city and state computer systems. According to the U.S. Conference of Mayors, at...