We’re in the process of updating our free Security Awareness & Training course on our training website. If you’re due for training, it may be best to wait for the refreshed content (with an additional focus on phishing). Stay tuned for the announcement! https://training.precisionbs.com/ Thank You, PrecisionBS Support
Security Awareness & Training Course Update
Dear Potential Victim, This is an example of a new type of phishing attack, where the attacker sends you an email with a PDF attachment, neither of which contain overly suspicious wording, broken English, or links to Russian websites. Often times, they’re sent using compromised user accounts from perfectly legitimate email providers, such as Office
For this quarter’s Security Awareness and Training, instead of an article, I’ve developed a guide which can be used to configure a backup for a home or small business computer. The following guide will walk you through downloading and installing Veeam Backup. Veeam EndPoint Backup Free Edition, Setup Guide
Here’s a short video highlighting the importance of proper media sanitization of old hard drives. Produced By: Danielle Link Starring: Roy Hanlon
Staying Safe Online During the Holidays, Webinar (November 16th, 2016) Free Anti-Virus Solutions Many corporate security software providers have “home versions” of their product, which are not to be used in a corporate setting. While many times the feature set may be limited, it’s better than having no protection, or protection that has expired (listed
The following video walks you thru using Remote Desktop Gateway, to access your computer quickly and securely from outside the office, without the need for a VPN or other connectivity means. Tip: To quickly find out your computer name, simply press the Windows + Pause button on your computer!
The following video compliments the SpamTitan Quarantine Users Guide, which I highly recommend reviewing if you have not yet had the opportunity to do so.
Security Awareness and Training is a requirement for many organizations, and we’ve created a training video which serves as the foundation for that program.
This training video will walk you thru a NIST 800-88 approved USB drive sanitation process, using Active KillDisk software.
This video will teach you how to encrypt a USB drive using Microsoft Bitlocker, to ensure sensitive or personally identifiable information (PII) is kept safe and secure during transport.