Two-Factor Authentication and Why You Should Use It

Posted by Paul Schulz on April 20, 2016 at 9:37 AM

Almost all online accounts in use today are secured by usernames and passwords. Common passwords can easily be cracked through brute force methods, giving hackers full access to your personal accounts. As the use of this form of authentication in the near future will likely remain the same, there are other security measures that consumers can take advantage of to protect their private information.

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Support Scams Can Happen to Anyone

Posted by Chad Geiser on April 13, 2016 at 4:06 PM

Late last week, one of our Integrity support engineers received an outside call from "Windows Support Desk". The caller said that our engineer’s computer has reported a virus or malicious software, and must be fixed immediately. The “technician” asked for remote access to the computer so that he could install software that would allow the “Windows Support Desk” to assist…

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