ALERT UPDATE: Meltdown Spector
January 23, 2018
Systems has completed the required compatibility testing with our managed Anti-Virus and the updates were completed on January 24, 2018. The update will address required changes that will allow Windows patches to be installed as they are vetted and become available to address the meltdown and Specter vulnerabilities.
This upgrade also includes enhancements that will increase our ability to better discover and protect against newer and more complex Ransomware attacks.
Tips to Improve Your Cybersecurity in 201
2018 is upon us so here are our top five tips for things you can do to improve your cybersecurity in the new year. Cybersecurity has been the most critical issue in 2017, and that’s not going to change. If you haven’t begun addressing your organization’s cybersecurity defense, let’s start now!
Fraud alert, freeze or lock after Equifax? Answers to questions people are asking you
After the Equifax breach, your customers, clients, and employees may be coming to you with questions. Some people are considering placing a fraud alert on their credit file. Others are thinking about freezing or locking their credit files to help prevent identity thieves from opening new accounts in their name. Here are some FAQs to help you help them think through their options.
Inserting a Table of Contents and References in Microsoft Word
An Automatic Microsoft Word Table of Contents takes a few steps
If you’re using Styles in your Microsoft Word document, you can insert an automatic Table of Contents with just a few clicks. And if you’ve ever wondered how to insert updatable references like “see page 9 for more”, you’ll learn how to do that as well in this tip.
Use Styles for Speed and Consistency
The first step before you can insert Tables of Contents or page references is to use Styles. You can find these in the Styles groups under the Home tab on the Ribbon
Windows 10 Tip: How to recover your pin and password from the lock screen
used with permission from Microsoft
by Elana Pidgeon
Did you know with the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, you can now easily reset your pin or password, right from your device’s lock screen?
Here’s how to get started to recover pin and password:
“When the whole world is silent, even one voice becomes powerful.”
— Malala Yousafzai