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Practical Cybersecurity Webinar Series

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Custom Internet Services is excited to announce our Practical Cybersecurity Webinar Series! These short, 30 minute webinars are provided free of charge to businesses and organizations with questions about improving their cybersecurity stance. Each monthly session covers a different topic and offers practical cybersecurity tips that you can put to use.

How a Data Breach Can Cost Your Business for Years

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In the digital age, data is the lifeblood of businesses. It fuels operations, decision-making, and customer interactions. But there is a dark underbelly of this data-centric landscape. It’s the persistent threat of data breaches.

What Is the Most Secure Way to Share Passwords with Employees?

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Passwords cause over 80% of data breaches. Hackers get in using stolen, weak, or reused (and easily breached) passwords.

But passwords are a part of life. We use them for websites, apps, and more.

Since you can’t get around passwords, how do you share them with employees safely?

These 5 Small Business Tech Trends Can Fuel Your Growth

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Embracing the right tech trends can help businesses compete. But it can be confusing knowing which routes to take.

These five trends have the potential to drive success, as well as propel your business forward in an increasingly competitive market.

What is Zero-Click Malware? How Do You Fight It?

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In today’s digital landscape, cybersecurity threats continue to evolve. One such threat gaining prominence is zero-click malware. It requires no user interaction and can silently compromise devices and networks. Once it infects a device, it can execute a range of malicious activities.

Is Your Online Shopping App Invading Your Privacy?

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Online shopping has become a common activity for many people. It’s convenient, easy, and allows us to buy items from the comfort of our homes. But with the rise of online shopping, there are concerns about privacy and security.

6 Things You Should Do to Handle Data Privacy Updates

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Once data began going digital, authorities realized a need to protect it. Thus, the creation of data privacy rules and regulations to address cyber threats. Many organizations have one or more data privacy policies they need to meet.

Don’t worry, we have some tips below for you. These can help you keep up with data privacy updates coming your way.