The Latest Cyber Threats To Avoid...


New cyber-threats are emerging every day as threat actors and cyber-criminals are busy finding more ways to exploit fear and vulnerability during these uncertain times. It is imperative to stay up to date and educate yourself and your staff on all the latest cybersecurity threats.

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LinkedIn User Breach

Scraped data of 500 million LinkedIn users are being sold online, 2 million records leaked as proof. Days after a massive Facebook data leak made the headlines, it seems like we’re in for another one, this time involving LinkedIn.

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How cybersecurity can protect your digital identity

Nowadays, there is so much of our personal information available online. Your digital identity is an online record of your personal information, and it grows every time you access social media or sign up for an email subscription.


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How to stay cyber secure while filing your taxes

Online fraud is increasing and only gets worse during tax season. With all your most personal information available in a single place, it’s no wonder that tax season is a cyber criminal’s favorite time of year.

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Protect yourself, beware of...

  • Spoofed government, healthcare or research information
  • Unsolicited calls, emails and texts giving medical advice or requesting urgent action or payment
    • If you didn't initiate contact, you don't know who you're communicating to
    • Never respond or click on suspicious links and attachments
    • Never give out your personal or financial details
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How to mitigate critical cyber risks in a post-COVID-19 environment

The novel coronavirus has forever changed how and where we work. As many organizations adopt new solutions and collaboration tools (e.g., Microsoft Teams, Slack or Zoom) to accommodate employees and customers during this critical period, such fast-paced digital transformation has also exposed several shortcomings associated with our remote workforce’s home networks and routers. 

Be skeptical. Fraudulent e-mails can look like they come from a real organization. If you have any doubts about an e-mail purporting to contain health information or requesting donations for Canadians affected by COVID-19, don’t use the toll-free number, e-mail address or website address provided because they may link you to the fraudsters. Instead, use a phone number, e-mail address or website address that you know is correct. Up-to-date information about COVID-19 can be found on the Public Health Agency of Canada website or on your provincial health agency website.
These are uncertain times, but let's stay positive, focus on the facts, read only from legitimate sources, and take all the precautions we can.

Michael Sugrue, President

PACE Technical Services Inc.

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