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Hi Tech Hui’s COO Loren Aquino Provides Insight on Cybersecurity For Building Managers

Hi Tech Hui’s COO Loren Aquino Provides Insight on Cybersecurity For Building Managers

Contributing to an article by Brandon Bosworth of BuildingManagementHawaii.com, Loren Aquino provides knowledge on why most businesses are vulnerable to cybersecurity attacks, including office buildings, apartments and condominiums. October is National Cybersecurity Aware-ness Month, an annual campaign to raise aware-ness about cybercrime. The word “cybercrime” often brings to mind things such as the recent data breach at Equifax or attacks on tech companies such as Amazon.

Equifax Breach and What to Do

Equifax Breach and What to Do

If you haven’t heard it from the news yet, the major credit reporting agency, Equifax, has been one of the most recent victims of a cybersecurity breach. As many as 143 million Americans (almost half the country) has had a portion of their personal information compromised as a result of this breach. This information could include names, birth dates, social security numbers and in some cases credit card numbers or driver’s license numbers. As your trusted cybersecurity consultant, HI Tech Hui highly recommends you take the following actions and forward on these instructions to everyone you know.

Cybersecurity Ransomware

Cybersecurity Ransomware

“Hi Tech Hui, in collaboration with the Microsoft Store at Ala Moana Shopping Center, has launched a series of security awareness briefings. These free informative sessions review current security threats, provide foundations for protecting your computer & networks systems, and provide a slew of data and tips essential to data security. This video was recorded at our July 26th session.

Cylance vs. WannaCry-WanaCrypt0r 2.0

Cylance vs. WannaCry-WanaCrypt0r 2.0

How did your anti-virus solution hold-up against the WannaCry ransomware campaign of May 2017? If it didn't, consider Cylance. It's lead-edge, non-signature based anti-virus and anti-malware technology would have stopped WannaCry in its tracks even if you were running a version of Cylance that came out two years ago (2015). Can your current anti-virus solution say that? Learn More https://www.