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If you are a small or medium business owner without an internal IT person or department, you should set up a schedule for performing some simple IT tasks. An IT Task Calendar if you will. This will make sure your IT is working well and everything is being kept up-to-date.
Whenever I talk about password managers I often get asked by people about their browser password manager and whether that is a secure method of storing passwords. They’re not really the best solution. Here’s why.
I know many people I talk to mention they have received An Post scam messages. These have increased dramatically in the last couple of years. Thank you Brexit! Over the weekend I received a new twist on it. An An Post scam email that was as Gaeilge (in Irish).
If you hear or read the words “My bank account has changed.” you need to be on your guard. This is a massive red flag and is a fairly good indication that somebody is about to try to scam you.
Welcome to #WeekendWisdom number 100. And now for something completely different.
Welcome to #WeekendWisdom number 99. This week we’re going to talk about using the security.txt file.
Welcome to #WeekendWisdom number 98. This week we’re going to talk about Lessons from the Facebook Outage.
Welcome to #WeekendWisdom number 97. This week we’re going to talk about record number of zero days.
Welcome to #WeekendWisdom number 96. This week we talk about Zero Days.
Welcome to #WeekendWisdom number 95. This week we’re going to talk about why updates are important.
Welcome to #WeekendWisdom number 94. This week we’re going to talk about how to remove Internet Explorer.
Welcome to #WeekendWisdom number 93. This week were going to talk about Botnets.
My name is Liam Lynch and I founded L2 Cyber Security Solutions in January 2016. I have over 30 years of experience working in IT. I found I had an inherent ability when it comes to security, both physical and digital. To paraphrase Cole Sear, the child in the movie The Sixth Sense, “I see Data Breaches!"
I live to the maxim #SecuritySimplified, as I can talk to people of any level in plain, simple English. Even technical, scary subjects such as Cyber Security and boring, legal topics like GDPR are delivered in a common, easy to follow language. I also use humour to make the training fun and interesting.
The background image here, is of my three dogs enjoying a walk with me around the hills of Tipperary.
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