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6 Simple Ways to Protect Yourself From Online Scams This Tax Season

Published on Apr 9, 2021 at 7:08 pm in Business Insight, Online Security, Tech Advice.

The recent extension to the tax filing deadline means there’s more time for you to prioritize safety and security as you’re sharing sensitive data online.  Here are some quick and easy check-backs to think about as you file this season.     First and foremost, file securely. If you file online, always file using a secure […]

cityCURRENT Radio Interview: A Table Talk on the Pandemic, Company Culture and What It Means for Technology

Published on Sep 4, 2020 at 9:43 pm in Business Insight, Company News, Concept Culture, Microsoft, News, Online Security, Tech Advice, Tech Trends.

Even in a remote-work world, it’s important to stay connected and share insights with peers and leaders of the larger business community.   Recently, we did just that as James Fields shared with cityCURRENT CEO, Jeremy Park, thoughts and philosophies on powering remote work for ourselves and our clients, retaining company culture, the important role […]

Staying Secure Online During Holiday Shopping

Published on Dec 9, 2019 at 6:33 pm in Online Security.

With the holiday season upon us, it’s time to start making your shopping lists. If you prefer to avoid large crowds and busy traffic, you probably do the bulk of your holiday shopping online. While this definitely makes your life easier, the sensitive information you share could expose you to online risks like identity theft. […]

Staying Ahead of Phishing Email Attacks

Published on Nov 6, 2018 at 11:30 pm in Construction, Entertainment, Healthcare, Nonprofit, Online Security, Professional Services, Tech Advice.

Malicious email attacks continue to be a common security threat to individuals and businesses, with small businesses being targeted most often. Email messages asking recipients to click on unknown links or attachments are especially dangerous because the sender oftentimes impersonates a leader or another member of your organization.  Common requests can include: Making a financial […]