Be Part of Brain Health Research Using Your Apple Watch

Are you between the ages of 60 and 86? You could be a part of a virtual study that aims to investigate how Apple Watches and iPhones could play a role in measuring brain health over time. The app, called Intuition, is looking for participants of all ages, genders, races, ethnicities and education levels to […]

Internet Explorer Is Ending, Make Sure To Migrate Credentials

Support for Internet Explorer (IE) 11 is ending June 15th, which means any bookmarks or login information needs to be moved and saved to other browsers. For the majority of Windows users, you’ll be unable to use IE 11 after this cut off date. Access to the browser will be wiped completely in an upcoming […]

Central Bank of Russia Secrets To Be Released By Anonymous Group

An account on Twitter claiming to be affiliated with the hacking group says they’ll release 35,000 stolen files exposing secret agreements pertaining to Russia’s central bank. Anonymous has launched multiple cyber-attacks against Russian backed entities after the invasion of Ukraine on February 24th. The group has targeted state-run media, energy firms as well as Russian […]

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Did You Know: Be Careful Sending CC Info Through Emails

If you utilize an outbound quarantine for your incoming emails, you should be aware that it could have an effect on any financial emails sent between yourself and vendors/clients. Clients should not be sending their credit card information to you via email, unless they are sending it in an encrypted format. If you send a […]

Log4j Updated: How To Ask Your Provider For Remediation

About a week ago, we posted a blog detailing the Apache Log4j vulnerability and the necessity of contacting your software and website vendors regarding what, if anything, has been or needs to be done regarding this issue. If you still have not contacted your vendors, an example email for remediation can be seen below. Bolded […]

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Knowledge of The Basics: Comparing An RFI, RFQ & RFP

What are the differences between a request for information, request for quotation and a request for proposal? Which request is best suited for specific scenarios? Sign up today to receive your educational guide on RFIs, RFQs and RFPs.

NYS Hero Act: You Need to Comply– Here’s How

The New York Health and Essential Rights Act (NY HERO Act) mandates new workplace health and safety protections in response to the pandemic. All employers are to implement these workplace safety plans, after COVID-19 was designated as an airborne infectious disease under this act. In conjunction with the NYS Department of Labor (NYS DOL) and […]

Flour City Growlers Is Your Place For Any Custom Glassware Needs

Since 2013, Flour City Growlers (FCG) has been specializing in customized growlers and glassware with an attentive eye to quality and detail. Located in the CanalSide Business Center in Rochester, NY, Flour City Growlers utilizes screen printing and sandblasting to decorate their bottles, tumblers, mugs, and more. They are committed to delivering great products at […]

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Data Liability – Why Old Media May Cost You Thousands

Employees and clients may come and go throughout the lifetime of a business, but that doesn’t mean their data leaves with them. Billing documents, personal health information, and other records need to be kept electronically and digitally to comply with local, state and federal laws. While keeping data is necessary to prevent any legal issues, […]

Sizable Amount of PS4’s Used For Risky Crypto Mining Scheme

PlayStation 4 consoles were seized in Ukraine after an underground cryptocurrency operation was discovered last week. For those not in the know, cryptocurrency is a payment system that uses blockchain technology as an exchange system online for products or services. Real currency is exchanged for cryptocurrencies, which can act as tokens, in order to pay […]