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Lessons to be learned from Sony Hack

While many of us have spent the last few days enjoying the Thanksgiving holiday, most of the IT staff over at Sony Pictures have been living a nightmare. In case you missed it, Sony Pictures Entertainment suffered from a devastating hack earlier in the week, and word is that heading into this weekend, many facets of day to day business operations were still crippled. What does this mean for the average IT professional? First and foremost, it’s worth pointing out [...]

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Beware of Go Daddy Phishing E-Mails

Phishing scams come in all shapes and sizes and are based on a wide variety of seemingly legit business. Many of the more successful ones generally come in declaring there is an issue with your account and they need you to click on a link and enter some pertinent information in order to alleviate the problem. Except that the link is not what it appears to be. And by entering any personal information, you actually will have created the problem. [...]

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