Last week for Tech Talk on The Big 550 KTRS, we took our topic very seriously. Our IT expert, Jeff Groby, joined the show to talk about end-user education with technology and he fielded calls from our listeners. Jeff tackled different topics from email mishaps all the way to using aftermarket toners at home. End-user education is important not only in the workplace, but at home too. Are you using the best practices when it comes to end-user security?
The great sports city St. Louis was busy last week hosting the 100th Professional Golf Association of America (PGA) Championship at Bellerive Country Club. The tournament was the buzz of the entire country, city, and of our weekly Tech Talk segment on The Big 550 KTRS. Guy Phillips was on location at Bellerive and joined the show via call to chat with our IT expert, Jeff Groby, about the PGA Ransomware attack and the dangers of not using a secured website.
Last week on Tech Talk our IT expert, Jeff Groby, joined the group over at The Big 550 KTRS to talk about the dangers of webcam security. When you think about it, almost every computer, cell phone, or tablet has them these days, but what do you really know about your device's webcam? Trust us when we say, you're not being overly cautious by putting a post-it over your camera.
Offices across the country are adopting Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) policies for employees. As new technologies have invaded the office space, new policies were sure to follow! Last week on Tech Talk with The Big 550 KTRS our Systems Administrator, Bryan Montgomery, joined the Guy Phillips Show to share his two-cents about BYOD policies in the modern work place.
In my two previous posts, I've talked about email safety and the importance of educating your end users. The goal being that your employees become critical consumers of information and data on the internet. As I mentioned before, one of the most important investments that you can make towards the security of your business is to educate your employees about email safety and best overall practices. So, what is the next smartest thing business owners can do to securely manage their IT assets?
Those pesky cyber criminals are at it again with their cyber attack schemes! Due to the impending implementation of the new European privacy legislation, businesses have been sending out emails to the masses to update users giving cyber criminals a prime opportunity to exploit attempts at early compliance with the new law. And while you may be thinking US businesses shouldn't have to worry, you're wrong.
Just in case you missed Tech Talk presented by SumnerOne this past Friday, we're back with a recap of events and the full-length video. Our IT expert, Chadd Haselhorst joined Guy Phillips and Julie Buck again on The Big 550 KTRS to talk about the importance of cleaning your computer.