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TechGuard Attends RSA 2020

The focus of the RSA 2020 was the “Human Element.” This was certainly on display in a variety of different aspects. Attendance and foot traffic was noticeably down compared to events spanning prior years. Big names such as Verizon, IBM, and AT&T were...

Is Your Mobile Device Secure?

A quick note on mobile security   For almost 15 years, the mobile computing space has taken the world by storm. What used to take a laptop or desktop, can now be done in the palm of your hand.   

Oh, the Places TechGuard Will Go!

Our team at TechGuard has been extremely busy with planning and attending multiple events around the US – from San Diego to San Francisco and all the way back down to Orlando – there’s no place we won’t go! 

Worrying Trends Evident in FBI 2019 Internet Crime Report

Each year the FBI compiles all the reports it receives through the Internet Crime Compliant Center (IC3) into an annual report. This report, released February 11, 2020, gives us a window into current techniques and tactics being used by...

TechGuard Attends Vistage ChairWorld 2020

TechGuard Security has just finished up sponsoring Vistage 2020 ChairWorld in San Diego, California. Vistage International is a peer mentoring membership organization for CEOs, business owners and executives of small to mid-size businesses. One of the...

Another Day – Another Ransomware Attack

We say it time and time again – it’s not IF you’ll be the target, but WHEN? Ransomware attacks, cyberattacks, breaches – you name it – they’re happening every day, every week and growing at an alarming rate. But, why? Invincibility and lack of...

Hacking the Car

In today’s Internet of Things (IoT) world, almost everything is reachable online. From your home thermostat and garage door opener to locks on your doors, almost everything is connected (or can be connected) to the internet. Considering all the...

Still Using Windows 7? New Warnings Issued for Personal Usage

The time has now come and gone for Windows 7 users to upgrade to the newest operating system, Windows 10. Windows 7 has officially said its goodbyes on January 14th of this year, ultimately meaning Windows has officially pulled the plug on its...

New Year, New Threat Landscape: What to Expect in 2020

It’s no surprise that 2019 was an extremely turbulent year for data breaches, cybersecurity and overall privacy threats. Many businesses, big and small, learned the hard way about how critical it is to have a well-designed and secured cybersecurity...

Windows 7 End of Life is Almost Here

Hopefully, you've already upgraded your operating system to Windows 10 if you're a Windows user. However, if you are in the 39% of people who still use Windows 7 you'll need to prepare for the inevitable end. On January 14th, 2020, Microsoft will...

The Worst Data Breaches of 2019

It's New Year's Eve and 2020 starts tomorrow! While we want you to enjoy this time, we also feel like it's a perfect opportunity to reflect on some of the most devastating data breaches that we've had to witness in 2019. No one wants to repeat...

Free Wi-Fi – A Game of Risk

All too often we find ourselves searching for free Wi-Fi access while on-the-go, shopping, patiently waiting for appointments, working or traveling. However, we tend to fall victim to free and available Wi-Fi networks because they seem simple,...

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