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How to Spot a Business Email Compromise Scam

Business email compromise (BEC) scams are on the rise. They target business owners and high-level employees in order to defraud a company, its customers, or its partners. In this type of scam, an attacker will pretend to be a trusted entity by spoofing a company email...

FTC: Coronavirus scams

Last month, we alerted you to Coronavirus scams we were seeing at the time. Earlier this month, we sent warning letters to seven sellers of scam Coronavirus treatments. So far, all of the companies have made big changes to their advertising to remove unsupported...

Tips for securely working from home

We’re all struggling to balance the need to work from home in isolation.  Often overlooked is the need to keep ourselves safe on-line.  At work the staff at Tekmanagement makes sure you’re safe and compliant, but what can you do when you’re at home? ...

2019 Cybersecurity Trends

What the experts say: Did you know nearly 60 percent of all malware attack victims this past year were small businesses? Many owners of startups and modest-sized companies assume that because they haven’t reached the financial heights of a Starwood/Marriott,...

Is that website you are on safe?

Would it surprise you to learn that there are over 4 billion internet users in 2018? With over half of the population around the world now surfing the net, there may be an increased opportunity for malware attacks by those with malicious intent. As internet scams...