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Adware Is More Than A Nuisance And Accounts For More Than Half Of Malware Detections

At one time, adware was merely annoying; now it can be a major threat to your network.

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LockBit Cybercrime Group Disrupted, For Now

A notorious "Ransomware as a Service" criminal gang was broken up in a multinational law enforcement operation, but the malware remains a threat to be guarded against.

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Deepfake Tech Raising The Stakes On Impersonation Scams

The 2023 FTC stats show impersonation scams rising. No longer satisfied with targeting individuals, scammers now target employers, too. We examine.

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Ask Jack: Does Language Play A Part In Cybersecurity?

New statistics show a language barrier in cybersecurity exists and may be playing a part in contributing to loss. Jack takes a look.

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Are Your Employees Burned Out? You Make The Call

A survey shows the percentage of people who want to quit in 2024 - 46 percent - is six percent higher than in 2021. How will this impact your organization? You make the call and join the conversation.

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Ask Leslie: I Did Not File The EEOC EEO-1 Component 1 Data Report. Is That A Problem?

An employer asks Leslie Zieren, Esq. about the importance of the EEO-1 Component 1 data report.

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Is The Choice Of "Where To Work" The Secret To Retention?

McCalmon attorneys discuss a recent survey indicating that providing employees the choice of where to work may be the secret to retention.

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New OSHA Reporting Rule Is In Place: Is Your Organization Ready?

Some industries are subject to a new OSHA final rule, but all employers should have safety practices in place. We examine.

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Are Your Employees Wanting Time Autonomy? You Make The Call

Employees are increasingly placing a higher value on time autonomy. Are your employees wanting more, and do you know how best to offer it to them? You make the call and join the conversation.

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