Russian hackers raked in 4.5 billion dollars in 2011

Thirty-six percent of the estimated $12.5 billion in ill-gotten gains by cybercriminals in 2012 can be attributed Russian-speaking hackers through various online criminal tactics according to an article over on ComputerWorld’s site. How can you help protect your business from becoming a victim? The only 100% effective way is to not be connected to the internet, however that would make …

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Computer theft can be reduced dramatically with simple & inexpensive devices #SRMC

Last week I wrote about¬†hard drive encryption which could protect your data in the event your notebook, desktop or even a server were to be stolen… ¬†Odd that I mentioned one particular organization, Spartanburg Regional Medical Center, which had suffered two computer losses as of the date of that posting, because yesterday found SRMC back in the news with the …

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Greenville computer repair and virus removal service special #Greenville

Computer running slow? It could have a virus…. WE CAN HELP! Bring your workstation or notebook to our office at 104 Mauldin Rd, STE E in Greenville where we will give you super-fast service and not charge you an arm and a leg! Our typical virus removal / cleanup takes about an hour and our current rate is $75/hr in …

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Six MILLION dollars for computer virus cleanup? That’s what one man paid!

A New York Times article that was tweeted yesterday by @randomlycb really caught my attention… It involves a well-to-do gentleman who takes his computer to a local (New York) computer repair facility for a simple virus cleanup / removal in 2006, and things go horribly wrong. The owner of the computer service center tells the PC owner that he has …

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