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Vermont Business: Risks Of Not Having An Acceptable Use Policy

  • Posted on: June 21, 2017
  • Posted By: Thomas Dukeshire

You’ve heard the saying, “You can’t manage what you can’t measure.” I’d like to replace it with a less catchy adage: “You can’t manage what you aren’t documenting, and this oversight could come back to haunt you.” Many Vermont businesses are not managing how employees use technology at work, leaving themselves wide open to risk. … Continue reading “Vermont Business: Risks Of Not Having An Acceptable Use Policy”

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How to Train Employees to Spot a Phishing Email

  • Posted on: May 31, 2017
  • Posted By: Thomas Dukeshire

The problem with phishing schemes is that anyone can appear to be somebody else—even in emails.   Hackers have become incredibly good at faking email messages, making it look as if an email came from a colleague or co-worker. Hackers are also good at pretending to be banks, government agencies, well-known brands, and other entities … Continue reading “How to Train Employees to Spot a Phishing Email”

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Should You Let Employees Bring Their Own Devices to Work?

  • Posted on: September 10, 2016
  • Posted By: Thomas Dukeshire

Remember when employees used to walk in the door with two mobile phones holstered on their hips, one for work and one personal?   It didn’t do much for fashion or efficiency, did it?   Now most people bring one phone to work and sometimes a tablet or laptop too, usually their own. Chances are … Continue reading “Should You Let Employees Bring Their Own Devices to Work?”

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