Cyber Security Fraud Alert – Google My Business
Keeping up with the latest in cyber security fraud attempts can be a struggle for many businesses out there. You’d think an expert managed service provider like Internos would be immune to cyber attacks; think again! Recently, our company was threatened by a seemingly innocent request to access our Google My Business account. A malicious…Read More
Hurricane Disaster Recovery Process: 2023 Tips
After the 2022 hurricane season featured 14 massive tropical storms, including eight hurricanes, with two major hurricanes (Fiona and Ian), it’s surprising that so many businesses are still not putting enough time and resources into a solid disaster recovery process, back up methods such as cloud, or business continuity planning. AccuWeather’s 2023 hurricane season predictions…Read More
Proactive IT Support For Your Business
Being proactive is always a good thing. When health threats were looming worldwide, you undoubtedly sought out ways to protect yourself and your family. You should follow through now for your business and look for proactive IT support. It’s always better to be proactive than reactive whether it’s a health issue, a financial issue or…Read More
Cloud Migration Strategy in 10 Steps
Cloud services are and have become the best choice to store your relevant data, applications and documents. You probably already know about cloud services and are using one for your personal photos and documents now. You may be considering cloud migration services for your business, too. You’ll have all your data together, easy to access…Read More
Demystifying Tech Jargon Terms
Tech jargon is akin to a revolving door: Just when you get the hang of one term, the door rotates and something new pops in that needs to be learned. Keeping up with IT jargon and terminology is a constant process. IoB? Distributed cloud? Open source? Knowing what the latest terms mean is important, especially…Read More
2023 Social Engineering Threat Trends: What You Need to Know
Social engineering is the underlying factor of the overwhelming majority of cyberattacks today. Whether a cybercriminal’s goal is to directly instigate fraud, gather your credentials or install malware, social engineering threat trends are increasing. Despite the general public’s best efforts, threat actors continue to defraud, ransom and extort companies for billions of dollars annually. As…Read More
It’s a New Year, Is It Time for a New IT Partner?
Hackers and threat actors have harmed numerous small and medium-sized businesses (or SMBs) over the past couple of years. According to research provided in a recent survey, there is no end in sight to these attacks in the coming decade. SMBs are realizing they cannot protect against threats themselves. Many are looking for a new…Read More
Cloud Organization Tips for Clean Storage
With many physical files and documents shifting to cloud solutions, it can easily become hard to find what you need amongst all the clutter. Fortunately, there are lots of cloud organization tips that can help keep your cloud neat and tidy. When you’re working with a team, it can be difficult to sort through everything,…Read More
What Is a Vulnerability vs an Exploit?
A vulnerability is a weak spot in a system. Vulnerabilities enable hackers and crackers to gain access to a network. It is virtually impossible to have no weak spots, and not all weak spots exist inside the code itself. The biggest vulnerability for many companies is people. Human examples of vulnerabilities include a human response…Read More
What Is a Zero Day Attack?
A zero day attack happens when a hacker takes advantage of an unpatched or previously unknown vulnerability for the first time (also known as a zero day vulnerability). Some examples of zero day exploits include: Critical system vulnerabilities and exposures are tracked by some organizations and websites to distribute to others. They maintain lists of…Read More