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logging into a computer using Multi-factor-authentication

Hackers have been painfully successful in breaking into electronic files, and they’re getting more sophisticated all the time. That makes MFA needed more than ever. Read More»

twist ties in grocery produce aisle

Bedford Industries built its business on being flexible. Its founders set out to be the world leader in twist ties, packaging reclosures, and Bendable Components®. But it credits the flexibility of one of its service providers for getting the company through a recent unexpected challenge. Read More»

Infographic of the Week for National Cybersecurity Awareness Month

Public Wi-Fi has made life easier but it also poses a security risk. Download our fourth series of infographics for your company. Read More»

Free Wi-Fi sign in public place

Remember that when you use free Wi-Fi, a hacker might be positioned between you and the connection point, gathering data. Read More»

Infographic of the Week: Social Engineering

Infographic of the Week for National Cybersecurity Awareness Month

October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month - a collaborative effort between government agencies and industry leaders to raise awareness about cybersecurity threats. Read More»

man talking on the phone in a business setting

To sneak ransomware into victims’ networks, the bad guys typically use social engineering. It’s a form of 21st Century robbery that costs organizations several billion dollars a year. Read More»

2019 BBB Event On  Email Compromise

Email scammers have bilked U.S. businesses and organizations out of more than $3 billion since 2016, according to the Better Business Bureau Inc., and the cyber thieves tried to get $23 billion more. Read More»

Jennifer Fritzsche presenting at SD Tech Showcase

Will 5G communications technology live up to all the advance hype and fuel the newest industrial revolution? Probably, according to a national telecommunications analyst, but... Read More»

Sioux Falls Bus Routes

Sioux Falls might discard its current system of running buses on regularly scheduled routes. A team of city employees is exploring ways to make public transportation more responsive to riders, and they’re counting on data and technology to help them create a better and more efficient system. Read More»

a rabbit hole in the ground

Chris Aeilts, a sales engineer at SDN, pulled me out of the figurative rabbit hole, dusted me off, and explained what Ethernet is and isn’t, and how the definition can vary. Read More»