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Need to upgrade or replace equipment and software? Section 179 of the IRS tax code makes it possible for businesses to deduct the full price of qualifying equipment or software purchased or financed during the tax year. If you buy or even lease qualifying equipment, you are allowed to deduct…
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In today’s complex cyber-threat environment, you need an email security solution that delivers comprehensive security against sophisticated attacks, while also being easy to deploy, configure, and manage. The Email protection via River Run’s R-Security provides complete, cloud-based protection…
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E-mail attacks in the first half of 2022 increased by 48% over the previous six months per a report released by Abnormal Security. The report that explores the current threat landscape showed that of that of that increase, 68.5% of the attacks included a credential phishing link.
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Kudos to the Kasada Threat Intelligence team for their release this week on the disgusting, illegal, and immoral use of bots to steal prescriptions by attacking pharmacies, exploiting distribution of drugs, and taking the drugs to be sold on the secondary market.
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When he is not at home relishing the role of loving father and husband, Anthony Thompson is leading the Inside Sales Team at River Run that works closely with our valued clients. Anthony is celebrating his third anniversary with River Run in August and truly feels blessed to have joined the…
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Managed services companies like River Run that provide cyber security get accused on occasion of trying to gin up business with scare tactics of ransomware, shutdowns, and breaches. The silly thing is that 100% of companies should be employing proper endpoint protection, e-mail protection,…
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The prospect of crippling cybersecurity incidents continues to plague companies as we all look to close out 2022 successfully. The latest edition of the Cyber Security Breaches Survey serves as a stark reminder of the threat both enterprises and small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) face.
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Here is an eye-opener if you are not properly deploying Multifactor Authentication (MFA). A new case brought forth by a major insurance carrier is sending shock waves through the cybersecurity industry. Travelers Insurance is asking a district court for a ruling to rescind a cyber policy…
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Delaying major expenditures to upgrade outdated technology may seem like a good idea for your bottom line, but in reality, it could be costing your business more than it saves and putting you in harm’s way for a crippling security incident. Although the potential downtime to learn a new system…
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Nobody I know enjoys paying taxes, but if the dollars are going to cybersecurity, “I’m in.” Last month, appropriators from the U.S. House of Representatives finished marking up a dozen spending bills for fiscal 2023 that would altogether provide at least $15.6 billion for cybersecurity efforts…
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