by Jon W. Sparks
The recent spate of cyberattacks wasn’t all bad news. There is, after all, nothing like fear to goad people into taking action to prevent viruses that mess with your data and your bitcoin flow.
The malware attacks hit more than 200,000 users and businesses in more than 150 countries and staggered operations in factories, hospitals and global firms, including FedEx.
With all the vulnerability at home and office, there are steps you can take to cut the bandits off at the password.
“Strong IT security comes from the right combination of tech tools, best practices and informed users,” says Drayton Mayers, owner of TeamLogic IT Memphis. The company is part of a nationwide network of managed service providers for businesses.
Mayers says here’s how to minimize the threat:
by Samuel Cicci
Inside Memphis Business magazine hosted its annual Power Players reception at Folk's Folly Steak House. The Power Players issue strives to showcase those at the forefront of business achievement in memphis, representing individuals in industries including banking, finance, law, marketing, philanthropy, and many more. Over 100 successful business people attended the event, sponsored by Travelennium, and were treated to complimentary wine and hors d'oeuvres, while new IMB editor Jon W. Sparks introduced himself to the crowd. If you're looking to meet the movers and shakers of Memphis, there's no better place to be than the IMB Power Players reception. Click through the gallery below for photographs of some of the attendees.
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