On Friday, May 12th, one of the largest cyberattacks in history was launched. The ransomware attack, aptly named WannaCry, has affected over 230,000 systems, in over 150 countries. The ironic thing about this attack is that, dare I say, ignorance (or laziness) was to blame. And here’s why: This Was a Known Vulnerability While yes,

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Last month, if you submitted a priority support request, odds are, Nate, Jon, or Steven, helped you to resolve it.  That’s because they were assigned to our newly created, Incident Support Team, for the month of April. What is an Incident Support Team? Our Incident Support Team is a group of technology professionals, dedicated to

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Walt Hutsky, IT Manager at Precision Business Solutions, completed his Certified Information Security Manager certification. “The uniquely management-focused CISM certification promotes international security practices and recognizes the individual who manages, designs, and oversees and assesses an enterprise’s information security.” ISACA.org The CISM Certification: Demonstrates your understanding of the relationship between an information security program and

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Steven Harman has joined us as our latest technology professional.  While he’s a recent graduate of Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP), with a degree in Computer Science, technology has been in his blood, for quite some time. Prior to attending Pennsylvania Highlands Community College (PHCC), where he graduated with a degree in Computer Information Technology,

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John McCrystal, an upcoming Pennsylvania Highlands Community College graduate, and graduate of Admiral Peary Vocational Technical School’s Networking Technology course (Cisco Systems Networking Academy), recently joined us as part of our internship program we’ve built, with local educational institutions.  Previously working at Best Buy as a Sales Consultant and Mobile Associate, John is excited to

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Yes, we’ll take the credit for the mild winter, as we prepared for it by installing a 22kW generator.  The backup generator did exactly what we wanted it to do, never have to turn on. While we’ve had a generator for years, our old generator was only powerful enough to keep our data center online

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We entered two teams in this year’s Easter Seals, Office Olympics, held at the Richland Fire Hall.  This is a fundraising event we’ve participated in for many years now, and have always had a great time. This year we had enough participants for two teams, and Niki decided it’d be fun to have the old

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With all the bad press airlines are receiving, the last thing they need is someone phishing as them.  Here’s an email I received this afternoon, from “Delta”.  While this was picked up by Office 365 and sent to my Junk Folder, not all phishing attempts are blocked, so we’ll pretend this doesn’t have a Junk

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