Securing Your Zoom and Video Conference Meetings

Video Conferencing

Introduction In the wake of COVID-19 organizations are making extensive use of Zoom and other teleconferencing technologies. Like any technology, these platforms can provide productivity benefits but also security risks. Read more to see how to secure your organization’s video conferences. Video Conferencing Risks Zoom and other platforms often default to very “open” meetings for...
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Work From Home Guidance And COVID-19 Update

In the wake of COVID-19, Computer Courage is fully operational (with an emphasis on remote service) and working diligently with customers to provide guidance and support for remote work technology and configuration. We have excellent resources available to our clients to help you adapt to the changing work environment. Today we are also announcing a...
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The Heartbleed Bug: Our Statement and Recommendations

The “Heartbleed bug” (formally named CVE-2014-0160) is a critical security bug discovered in some versions of OpenSSL (a piece of software that provides encryption on a large number of websites throughout the world). This bug can be exploited by hackers to read bits memory from of a protected server. The exposed memory could contain anything...
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Should my Business use DropBox or a Traditional Server?

Businesses today are facing a new challenge when it comes to storing, sharing, and backing up their company files.  Historically, every company’s data was stored on a server, and accessed by workstations in the office.  The server was able to store large volumes of data, centralize the backup responsibility, and share files with advanced permissions...
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