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Michelle Stamps

Michelle Stamps
Michelle has over 10 years of experience in marketing and business development across various industries including government and non-profit. Her background in writing, facilitating presentations and event planning allows her to use her creative skill-set and her relationship building skills strengthens her ability to understand the human element role in cybersecurity and to support positive behavior change. Whether she is out in the community, blogging or developing the next social post for TechGuard, she believes in telling the company’s story and uses relatable, real-life examples to connect with our clients. If you know Michelle outside of work, you would know that she loves sunny days and tropical places.
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Recent Posts

A Review of 2019 Cybersecurity and a Glimpse into 2020

What Will 2020 Bring? As we embrace a new year, we want to bring our "A" game when it comes to having the reputation that customers can trust their personally identifiable information (PII) with. Everyday we read another headline about a new breach or...

How You Can Reduce the Ransomware Spikes

According to CNN Business, there were 140 ransomware attacks to local governments, schools and hospitals from January 2019 through October. The increase in ransomware this year is likely connected to the increase in payouts. It makes perfect sense...

Five Reasons Why E-Learning is the Way to Go

Have you ever attended a large-scale mandated corporate face-to-face training? I have personally experienced a few and they are not as engaging as the E-Learning training platforms that I've used. Usually, you have one or two time slots to choose from...

It's Cybersecurity Awareness Month 2019

October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month and to help improve your state of cybersecurity, we are offering several resources to help your business stay safe from cyberattacks. To start, TechGuard is offering 15% off Security Awareness Training...

Medical Devices are Vulnerable to Cyberattacks

It's not easy to place a recall on implanted medical devices. Imagine what that could look like for someone with a pacemaker. Consider the consequences of a vulnerability that allows a malicious actor to take remote control over a device like this....

Computer Security Doesn't Equal Business Security

Five Places You May Have Dropped the Ball It wasn't that long ago that businesses' largest concern was having a decent lock on their doors to secure the premises. It's obvious that we've come a long way and so have bad actors. Fast forward a bit and...

Business Email Compromise Scams are Through the Roof

Everyone is on the alert and it's for good reason. Just a week ago, the Feds indicted 80 people in a massive fraud conspiracy. U.S. Attorney Nick Hanna states, "We believe this is one of the largest cases of its kind in U.S. history." According to the...

Think Like a Hacker

  You're probably familiar with the saying, "If you can't beat them, join them." The same philosophy applies to cybersecurity. To really get inside the mind of a hacker, you need to think like a hacker, otherwise known as "white hat" hacking....

Security Awareness Training as part of Onboarding New Hires

Often onboarding new hires includes a lot of administrative tasks often fulfilled by HR but there are quite a few important onboarding procedures that relate to security. There's plenty of reasons why security awareness training should be part of...

Could a Phishing Email Get your Employees Fired?

Although most of us have heard plenty of times to watch out for business email compromise (BEC), often employees still feel tempted to click on the bait before they really think through the consequences. Even worse, as soon as they realize they should...

Don't let these 10 Cybersecurity Myths Fool You

Nearly every day we learn of another business hit with a cyberattack whether it is a point-of-sale system or a general data breach. No matter the type of attacks that continue to surface, many employees are stuck in the old mindsets of why attacks...

How Strategic Partnerships Benefit You

Increased revenue is an obvious benefit to any strategic partnership. However, beyond revenue, there's several perks a good partnership can bring to your business. To have a successful partnership agreement it must be a win-win for both parties. The...

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