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Loyalty Cards, Frequent Flyer Programs : Hacker’s Treasure

Published on May 19, 2019 By dgreenbaum

Some loyalty and honor programs are major security risks.

Protecting Your Business Page on Facebook

Published on May 10, 2016 By dgreenbaum

Although we aren’t social media consultants, we find that Facebook problems are part of the computer repair business here in Lawrence, Kansas. Often these problems are hacks, hijacking, or vandalism of a web page. For many businesses, a Facebook page is a key way to interact with customers and promote their business. They’re devastated by […]

Why employers ask for social media passwords–and how we work around it

Published on March 23, 2012 By dgreenbaum

The hot topic of his week was employers asking for Facebook and other social media passwords. I can completely understand why employers want this information. I talked about things applicants often do wrong to tank their employment efforts , but many times it’s more about learning the nuances of the applicant that can’t be derived […]

What Department of Homeland Security taught me part 4: Why I even care?

Published on April 17, 2011 By dgreenbaum

For the past few weeks, I’ve blogged about my experience with the Department of Homeland Security and a DHS Enhanced Critical Infrastructure Protection (ECIP) Assessment.  You might ask why the heck I’m blogging about this?  I’m a computer repair guy in Lawrence, Kansas so why am I discussing suspect behaviors and doing background checks on […]

The real cost of computer threats to your business

Published on October 11, 2010 By dgreenbaum

Entrepreneur magazine lead me to this interesting study by Symantec about the real costs of security threats to business. Of course the study was commissioned by a security company, but the statistics are consistent with other reports. The numbers that stood out to me: –47% of businesses don’t back up their data. That’s just amazing. […]

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