Month: July 2019

Who Should You Believe?

I read your book and it all made sense to me. I like that there are simple and cheap options for the problems I’ve struggled to deal with (no salesman has ever pointed that out oddly enough). But I was…

Old, Old School

Today’s edition of “how in the world is that possible?” I bring you the curious case of the antique shop. Well, the business is not about buying and selling antiques, its a widget (actual line of business obfuscated to protect…

101: Yes, Your Company is a Target

/* The first in a series of posts that will focus on fundamentals, with an eye towards providing no- or low-cost options to the SMB community, who are simultaneously target-rich and knowledge poor. */   No company is too small…

You Always Have Options

A “Florida man” story, ransomware edition: The city manager of Lake City, Joe Helfenberg confirmed that the director of information technology, Brian Hawkins, was fired. The decision comes after a “Triple Threat” cyber attack that disables city servers, phones, and…

Pay the Ransom (Its OK, Really)

Nobody likes to be held hostage. I get it. I do. But when it comes to ransomware I’ve said from the beginning – and now others are starting to say it to – this is not personal: its just business.…