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What's Involved With A Bank Audit?

Posted by Integrity Staff on February 20, 2020 at 10:00 AM

Think audits are just for the beleaguered taxpayer? Don't worry, private citizens don't get all the fun—both big and small companies from a variety of industries undergo regular audits, too.

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3 Cloud Migration Strategies For Community Banks

Posted by Integrity Staff on February 13, 2020 at 10:00 AM

Transferring your community bank's data and applications to a cloud-based internet computing system can transform your business. Not only will a successful cloud migration boost your organization's performance, security, and efficiency, but it can also be a cost-effective way to remain competitive in an increasingly digitized market—one where even the tiniest local credit unions are going (and staying) online.

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Why Are Banks Using Cloud Computing?

Posted by Integrity Staff on February 6, 2020 at 10:00 AM

Cloud computing, also called cloud storage, is a technological "hack" that at this point is becoming more than mainstream. Organizations—in addition to private consumers—from a wide range of industries are now using the internet to store and deliver company data, applications, and services.

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Your SMB Is Not Ready For A Cyberattack

Posted by Integrity Staff on January 30, 2020 at 10:00 AM

A big concern for many companies is whether they would weather the considerable storm of a cyber attack. 

Cyber attacks frequently impact a company's server message block—and therefore can negatively affect an entire organization.

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The State of Cybersecurity In Financial Services

Posted by Integrity Staff on January 23, 2020 at 10:00 AM

No matter what your industry is, staying up to date on the latest news surrounding cybersecurity and its impact on your field is crucial for keeping your company safer in the era of malware, large-scale company breaches, privacy violations, and cyber attacks. 

At Integrity Technology Solutions, we support business leaders who take the time to educate their team members on important matters surrounding data, privacy, and security.

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Download The January 2020 Microsoft Patches To Fix Critical Vulnerabilities

Posted by Integrity Staff on January 20, 2020 at 9:15 AM

Microsoft released its January 2020 Patch Tuesday update this week to patch its software from nearly 50 vulnerabilities. 

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A Practical Guide To Baking Cybersecurity Into Your SMB's Culture

Posted by Integrity Staff on January 16, 2020 at 10:00 AM

How would you rate your organization's position on cybersecurity? It's an important question that many business leaders tend to overlook, even in an era where breaches in companies both small and large make headlines (think Equifax of 2017).

One way to gauge whether your company places enough value on its digital security systems is to answer a simple question:

Is cybersecurity part of your organization's culture—or have you ever considered that it could or should be?

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What API Breaches Mean For The Financial Services Industry

Posted by Integrity Staff on January 9, 2020 at 10:00 AM

Data breaches are a major threat within any industry and can seriously threaten a company's reputation, economic viability, and customer base. Data breaches within financial institutions are especially damaging, since they not only compromise private and sensitive data but are often the footholds for subsequent financial theft.

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4 Key Elements Of Printer Security

Posted by Integrity Staff on December 26, 2019 at 10:00 AM

There may be nothing more frustrating and productivity-destroying for your employees than a printer that doesn't work.

But what many people don't realize is that a company's printer system can also be a major source of vulnerability to a security breach.

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Avoid This Common Office 365 Scam

Posted by Integrity Staff on December 19, 2019 at 10:00 AM

Major scam alert to all Office 365 users: 

Phishing campaigns are using fake voicemails and phony emails "from" Microsoft to target unassuming companies and breach their network systems.

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