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Business Continuity vs. Disaster Recovery

Aug 19, 2020 8:30:00 AM / by Alma Vieru posted in IT, technology, Cybersecurity, COVID-19, Business Continuity, Disaster Recovery, BCDR, Small Business, Business

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It was the early morning hours when the phone rang. A fire had broken out in the building where we had our business. We threw on our coats and raced to the location. All I saw were flames and smoke as the firefighters worked to gain control of the blaze. It wasn't a surprise when I was informed the structure was a total loss - and everything in it. Where do we go from here? 

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As We All Re-Open

Jun 18, 2020 3:01:00 PM / by Alma Vieru posted in Coronavirus, COVID-19, New York Reopens

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These past three months have truly been unprecedented. No one could have foreseen the dramatic effect COVID-19 would have on individuals, families, and businesses in New York State and around the globe. LMT has taken rigorous steps to reduce the risk of the spread of COVID-19 and other communicable diseases.

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Don't Let Returning Computers Infect Your Office

May 6, 2020 8:00:00 PM / by LMT Tech posted in IT, security, technology, Cyber-Security, Cybersecurity, ITSupport, COVID-19, Remote workforce returning to the office, New York Reopens, Returning to the Office

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Just as you should take precautions to make sure returning workers aren't sick, you will want to make sure returning computers are not sick as well. It is imperative that incoming computers are checked for infections and safety measures are performed before you allow them back onto the corporate network.

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Alert from KnowBe4 - Exploiting COVID-19: Pandemic is Within, BEWARE!

Apr 21, 2020 11:26:29 AM / by KnowBe4 posted in IT, Cybersecurity, Coronavirus, COVID-19

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During this storm of COVID-19 phishing scams, the bad guys love posing as your trusted Human Resources department. One recent HR scam started with an overdramatic subject line: “COVID-19 PANDEMIC IS WITHIN, BEWARE! WARNING!!!” In a mess of run-on sentences, the email claims that some of your co-workers have tested positive for Coronavirus. Keeping with the HR theme, they ask that you do not discriminate against these people and they suggest that “everyone should rather cease panic”.

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