Entries by Jason Nierenberg

Phishing Scam Notice

An increasing number of clients have contacted us about questionable emails that they are receiving, appearing to come from known contacts they do business with locally. These phishing emails appear to come from known contacts of the client and direct the recipient to the legitimate DropBox web site (See screen shots below). DropBox requests the […]

Security Corner: Beware of Fake Emails

We have all seen it, those emails that appear in our inbox that have a subject of “Your service will be disconnected unless you act now,” “Reset your password now,” and “There’s a problem with your account.” Some of these look like the real thing and your instinct might be to immediately address the request […]

Security Corner: Time to Check Google Chrome is Up to Date

Google has released a critical patch to address new Zero-Day vulnerabilities that can impact Google Chrome. By default, Chrome is set up to auto-update but if when you first installed Chrome you happened to select to manually update, you’ll need to that now. If you’re unsure where you stand, here’s how to check: Launch Google […]