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The Importance of Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)

Security Lockdown: The Importance of Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)

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You may have noticed that recently a lot of your accounts are now requiring multiple methods of verifying your identity when you login. No longer do you just enter your username and password to get into your email, your cloud apps, or your accounting system. You now also need to input a short code that is texted to you, generated by an app, or emailed. In some cases, you might be getting verification phone calls, using a smart card, or entering biometric data like a fingerprint. What is this? This is multi-factor authentication (MFA). MFA consist of three things that…
Tips for Outlook Calendar

Tips for using Outlook calendar

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Confession: I am not an Outlook Calendar junkie. But if one of my coworkers looks at my calendar, they’ll likely see a smattering of events, tasks, and outside work commitments on my calendar. I also have a very long list of “Shared Calendars” so I can check up on coworkers’ schedules – it’s not lurking if it’s business! Like most people at my company, I use Outlook Calendar to remind myself and everyone else (who cares to know) when I am and am not available. Outlook Calendar is an invaluable tool if you’re in the habit of checking if someone…
2020 Cybersecurity Update from OXEN Technology

2020 OXEN Update on Cybersecurity

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Every day we read about another cybersecurity breach. Lost credit card information, hacked emails, corporate or national security information stolen by insider or external actors. Cyber espionage and security attacks have become sophisticated and big business. We have reluctantly learned a new language: ransomware, “phishing”, malware, HIPAA (in healthcare), PCI (for credit card protection), and PII (personally identifiable information) to name a few. The challenge grows even faster as more and more devices are attached to our networks. New devices like thermostats, smart lights, cell phones, watches, and smart monitors of all types connect to our networks to share information.…