Director of Cybersecurity and Marketing
I’ve always had a love of working with technology, being fortunate enough to have grown up with a grandfather who taught me how to fix things for myself and not be afraid to jump in and get my hands dirty. Over the last three decades, I’ve worked as a technician, trainer, technical writer, and manager in small businesses, enterprise organizations, and government. In addition, I’m an author, having published multiple works available online and in print. You can find my creative work athttps://WritingDistracted.com
For the past few years, we’ve seen a move towards virtual interactions, and it’s become apparent that some of us need help overcoming technology barriers.
HIPAA Compliance is more than a set of government regulations, it’s a standardized process for maintaining the integrity and security of patient medical records.
Understanding why cybersecurity is so important to you starts with the realization that everyone is a target, so we all need to practice good cyber hygiene.
Learning how to spot malware is essential because malware covers many categories of cyber threats, and signs of an infected computer or device can vary widely.
Cybersecurity Awareness Training is essential because cybersecurity is not an individual activity; it only takes one unaware person to compromise a network.
In the business world or at home, there are two ways to safely surf the internet, either severely restrict access or follow this series of 10 best practices.
With cyber-attacks so common, everyone needs to practice good cybersecurity, and we have some best practices to help keep you secure at work and at home.
Among small businesses, building a remote work security plan is often based on regulatory requirements and not the current environment of cyber threats.
Entering a password, forgetting a password, changing a password – letters, numbers, symbols – I’m suffering from password fatigue just thinking about it.
A big mistake people make is not thinking they are important enough to hack because today, automated attacks are the most common threats to your network.