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The novel coronavirus has impacted the global economy, daily life, and human health around the world, changing how people work and interact everyday. But in addition to the pressing threat the virus poses to human health, these rapid changes have also created an environment in which hackers, scammers, and spammers all thrive.

Coronavirus phishing scams started circulating in January, preying on fear and confusion about the virus—and they've only proliferated since. Last week, Brno University Hospital in the Czech Republic—a major Covid-19 testing hub—suffered a ransomware attack that disrupted operations and caused surgery postponements. And even sophisticated nation state hackers have been using pandemic-related traps to spread their malware. The conditions are ripe for cyberattacks of all sorts.

acronis covid 19 response programsThe coronavirus (COVID-19) is changing the daily habits of millions of people globally, including where they work. Many employers are telling their employees — or offering them the option — to work from home.

Companies such as Apple, Google, and Microsoft have announced they are allowing staff to work remote to help protect against the coronavirus, or COVID-19, the name of the respiratory disease it causes. The idea: Protect health and help control the spread of the disease.

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Ransomware is a type of malicious software designed to block access to a computer system or computer files until a sum of money is paid. Most ransomware variants encrypt the files on the affected computer, making them inaccessible, and demand a ransom payment to restore access.

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With the rise of credit cards and online banking, financial theft has gradually shifted away from physical bank robberies to electronic payment fraud. Although payment cards facilitate convenient financial transactions for society, they also offer an ideal opportunity for attackers to remotely steal a person’s identity or breach a company's information database. While all cybersecurity solutions are important, we want to first dive into how to increase credit card security.

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Even more so than paying their taxes, there's one thing that businesses must do: have a website. In this always connected world, even local brick-and-mortar businesses need to be discoverable via the web. A company needs a page with a location and business hours, and, in some cases, ecommerce pages for selling products.

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Virtualization is not an IT trend. It is also not new, but it is new in many organizations, as companies of all sizes invest in virtualization technologies to reap it’s many benefits: energy savings, server and desktop provisioning, reduction in physical servers, increased uptime and availability, better disaster recovery…and the list goes on.

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VoIP, or Voice over Internet Protocol, refers to the technology used in communicating calls and videos via an Internet connection. Since its introduction in the market, more and more companies have switched from using regular phone lines to this method of communication. There are several good reasons why many businesses choose to use VoIP, so if your company is still using older methods of communication you might want to learn about VoIP and decide if it’s time to make the switch.

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