Global Knowledge: Cybersecurity Predictions

A recent series of white papers released Global Knowledge and specifically authored by James Michael Stewart (CISSP, CEH, CHFI, ECSA, and Security+) reveal some startling yet unsurprisi …

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New Corsair PC Cooling Fans Defy the Laws of Physics

Those who are put-off by noisy or inefficient PC cooling fans should consider upgrading to the new Corsair ML-series fans. They use maglev technology to defy the laws of physics and giv …

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Checklist: 10 Things You Need in Place to Survive Data Network Disaster

In order to remain in business, stay competitive, and keep yourself and your company safe from a data loss disaster, there is a fairly standardized checklist that should be followed if …

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Yahoo Data Theft Good Reason to Regularly Change Passwords

In case you needed another reason for regularly changing your passwords, the recently-uncovered Yahoo hack of 500 million accounts is probably the reason of the decade so far. The hack …

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Unsafe Facebook and Email Links a Continuing Problem 

A new study done on online safety by German scientists reveals that 56% of email recipients and roughly 40% of Facebook users click on links from unknown senders. This is a particularly …

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5 Cybersecurity Measures for IoT Medical Devices

With the incidents of healthcare-industry cyberattacks and data breaches increasing, the issue of medical devices that are connected via the Internet of Things (IoT) will surely be comi …

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How to Tell if Someone Has Read Your Email

It’s a concern many of us may have – whether or not someone has read a sent email message. It concerns both personal and business email users and works just the same as it w …

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Pentagon’s Use of Floppy Disks “Probably Safer Than Newer Technologies”

They date back all the way to 1971, but the Pentagon is still employing floppy disks as part of their tests and military maneuvers. A May 2016 Popular Science article claims that their …

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Super-Sophisticated Spyware Has Been Discovered After Undetected Five-Year Run

After spending a half-decade operating undetected, an APT (advanced persistent threat) known as “ProjectSauron” has been uncovered by both Symantec and Kaspersky Labs. A gro …

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Victorville’s Top Notch Networking Named to Prestigious Inc. 5000 List!

Local IT Provider Recognized Nationally for Optimal Growth and Commitment to Excellence  VICTORVILLE, CA –September 13th 2016 – Top Notch Networking  is thrilled to announce their …

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