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How to Protect Yourself from “Sextortion” Scams

Attackers have recently found a way to use an old password in a new scam. A particularly sinister tactic, dubbed a “sextortion” scam, has been on the rise lately. In this blog, ADNET takes a closer look at how the attack works and how to handle it if you are targeted.

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What is This MFA Thing, and Why Do We Need It?

Multi-factor authentication (sometimes referred to as MFA or 2FA for two-factor authentication) can be implemented with some sites, applications and services to make your accounts more secure. It works by requiring two separate credentials to be given in order to prove your identity.

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Why Training Your Employees in Security Isn’t Optional

You may have noticed a trend when it comes to cybersecurity recommendations: train your employees. Here are our top three things your employees need to be educated about and some examples that illustrate what happens when they aren’t.

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Microsoft Extends Security Updates for Windows Server 2008 and SQL Server 2008 with Azure Migration

If you are currently using SQL Server 2008 and 2008 R2 or Windows Server 2008 R2, it’s time to start planning for an upgrade, as support for both will be ending in 2019/ 2020. Using these products without purchasing extended security updates puts your organization at significant risk to security vulnerabilities. Learn how Azure can help.

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