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ImageQuest discusses cybersecurity in the Nashville Business Journal

“When tackling a complicated issue like cybersecurity, sometimes the hardest thing is knowing where to start.” We certainly get that! So we’re sharing a recent publication of Cybersecurity Advice by the Nashville Business Journal. It features our CEO, Milton Bartley, on a panel answering questions about cybersecurity from Nashville Business Journal Market President and Publisher …

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Phishing attacks remain a cybersecurity problem, experts say

Have you recently received a communication that initially scared you? Perhaps a notice that your credit card had unauthorized transactions, your bank account needed attention, or your favorite shopping site needed to verify some information to complete your latest purchase, which you knew was an important but last-minute gift? And this notice asked you to …

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Social Media – A Cybercriminal Resource

Do you know someone who spends a lot of time on Social Media? Someone who’s posting nearly daily about their activities? Even if you avoid Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, TikTok, and other Social Media outlets, your friend could still be putting you at risk. During Cybersecurity Month – and all year – the U.S. Cybersecurity and …

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Annoyed by having to use Multi-factor Authentication?

Do you find it annoying to have to deal with Multi-Factor Authentication? Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is that extra log-in step that cyber experts, including Microsoft and the FBI, say will stop 95 percent of attacks. (Some say 99 percent!) We will stipulate: It can be annoying to have to stop and provide that extra credential.  …

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ImageQuest recommends companies ban the use of TikTok app

ImageQuest recommends that our clients and other organizations ban the use of TikTok on company devices. We strongly recommend not creating a company account. China-based ByteDance owns TikTok, and we’ve seen numerous reports that the app appears problematic from a security and privacy perspective. For example: In January 2020, researchers found the app could allow …

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ImageQuest promotes Mason Funderburg to Security Operations Engineer

Mason Funderburg, Lead Client Support Specialist for ImageQuest, has been promoted to Security Operations Engineer. Mason joins ImageQuest’s Security Operations team led by SecOps Architect Damian King. Mason started with ImageQuest in 2020 as an IT Support Specialist II, then was promoted to Field Tech 10 months later. Seven months ago, he was named Lead …

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Is your Incident Response Plan up to date?

A security incident is an event that would cause financial and/or reputational harm, disrupt daily operations, or create compliance issues with state or federal regulations. An Incident Response Plan (IRP) tackles those problems ahead of time, allowing planning when cooler heads can think clearly. You should develop an IRP to guide your organization’s responses to …

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ImageQuest retains SOC 2 Type II attestation

We received our 2021 SOC 2 Type II attestation last week when the auditors sent us their report. SOC stands for System and Organization Controls. A SOC 2 report uses a framework developed by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants to audit how an organization processes, secures, makes available, and keeps confidential information from …

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