Cyber Fraud: Knowing the Threats and What You Can Do About It
Every once in a while, some of our employees will get an email that appears to be from the managing partner here at LFL Veritas. The email might say something as simple as, “Are you in today?” The email looks legitimate and has our logo, but when you hover over the links and look at […]
What Does Google Know About Me?
LFL Veritas thanks Ron Buesing of Certus Technologies for sharing his expertise for this blog post. Quite frankly, the amount of data that Google collects about people each day is shocking. What’s even more shocking is that the average person has no idea what information they permit Google to collect, who has access to this […]
How a Data Governance Program Helps You Take Control of Your Company Data
According to the 2017 Data Genomics Index, the amount of data grew at a rate of 48.7 percent in 2017. That means we’re close to doubling the number of files created every two years. However, one-third of all stored data hasn’t been modified in three years, and 9 percent hasn’t been modified in seven years. […]
The Clock Is Ticking on Windows 7. Time to Upgrade or Deal with the Risks.
Microsoft ended mainstream support for the Windows 7 operating system in January of 2015. That means security patches are still be distributed, but no new features have been added in nearly four years. However, Windows 7 is still the most widely used operating system with 40.88 percent of the market, according to September 2018 data […]
8 IT Security Fails that Put Businesses and Their Data at Risk
LFL Veritas thanks Evan Berk of Certus Technologies for sharing his expertise for this blog post. Most conversations about IT security focus on highly sophisticated, well-financed cybercriminals and the advanced techniques they use to access and steal data. For example, zero-day threats are capable of exploiting a vulnerability on the same day the vulnerability is […]