What Does ‘Disaster Recovery In The Cloud’ Actually Mean?

October 31st, 2014

Even if you have a solid backup of your data, how long would it take your business to recover it and move forward in a data loss scenario?  Have you given much thought to what a disaster recovery plan should encompass for your company?  Here at Fulcrum Group, we've come too close for comfort with a potential disastrous scenario and know, firsthand, the benefits that come with working out a plan BEFORE disaster strikes.

National Cyber Security Month – Week 5 Roundup

October 23rd, 2014

It is the last week of National Cyber Security Awareness Month and we have a few last tips for small and medium sized businesses, brought to you by the Department of Homeland Security and StopThinkConnect.org.

As this recent piece in USA Today explains, small and medium businesses are increasingly becoming targets for cyber criminals, who recognize that they may not have the awareness or resources to protect themselves.

National Cyber Security Awareness Month: Week 4, Cybercrime

October 21st, 2014


It is week 4 of National Cyber Security Awareness Month (we’re sure you’ve noticed plenty of reference to #NCSAM throughout our social posts this month) and CYBERCRIME is the word of the week.  Here’s a few good steps you can take to help, from StopThinkConnect.

National Cyber Security Awareness Month Week 2 – Safety & Security Tips On The Go

October 8th, 2014

It is week 2 of National Cyber Security Awareness Month (hence the abundant #NCSAM 's sprinkled throughout our social posts this month) and we've rounded up 5 great tips on the topic of On The Go Security for you from StopThinkConnect.org.  Here's the lowdown:

1. Check your WiFi and Bluetooth settings to be sure you connect manually to networks you trust.

Bash/Shellshock Resources For You

October 2nd, 2014

Bash and Shellshock - two words likely currently somewhere on your radar.  Bash stands for Bourne-Again SHell. In simplest terms, a computer program that allows users to type commands and executes them. Shellshock is a nickname for a bug in the Bash (Bourne Again SHell) command-line interpreter, also known as a shell.