Jon Isenberg

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Internet of Things set for growth in 2019?

Posted by Jon Isenberg on May 5, 2020 1:15:07 AM

January is an important month in technology history: the opening of the first underground railway service in London in 1863; in 1927, the first commercial transatlantic phone service was made available; the ordering of the development of a space shuttle program by President Nixon in 1972; and the unveiling of Mac OS X in 2000.

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Data & Email Management

Posted by Jon Isenberg on May 5, 2020 1:12:43 AM

How do you communicate with your co-workers and clients that you will be out of the office? Do you take the same care in drafting your out-of-office message that you do with drafting your emails?

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The Technology Implications Of The Sudden Death Of A Loved One

Posted by Jon Isenberg on Apr 30, 2020 4:27:00 AM

Computer Forensic, Cybersecurity and Managed IT Solutions.


Recently, the spouse of one our clients passed away due to complications associated with the COVID-19 virus. The night before being admitted to the hospital, he had been using the computer, and shut it down when he went to bed for the evening.

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eDiscovery – A Refresher Course & Glossary of Terms

Posted by Jon Isenberg on Apr 16, 2020 4:31:00 AM

Computer Forensic, Cybersecurity and Managed IT Solutions.


ediscovery terminologies

Although eDiscovery preservation obligations typically begin when a party reasonably anticipates litigation, organizations often begin planning before such needs arise. At a high level, the eDiscovery lifecycle consists of the following stages, which often can overlap or recur within a particular case.

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Identity Theft & Personal Data Security

Posted by Jon Isenberg on Apr 2, 2020 4:34:00 AM

Computer Forensic, Cybersecurity and Managed IT Solutions.


Imagine that yesterday you began receiving unsolicited credit cards in your mailbox at home. You get calls from the new bank accounts or credit cards asking for more information on the account that you just opened. Or, you get bills for credit cards that you did not open, usually for high dollar amounts. You check your credit report and you find that your credit score has dropped. So, you call a Credit Bureau and find out that someone has stolen your identity.

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Cybersecurity, COVID-19, and Work at Home

Posted by Jon Isenberg on Mar 19, 2020 4:24:00 AM

Computer Forensic, Cybersecurity and Managed IT Solutions.


With the increasing number of cases being reported in the USA and worldwide of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), many businesses and government offices are sending employees home, to work at home. Students are not attending classes in a classroom and are now attending online classes from their homes or dorm rooms. But with work-at-home or study-at-home, there is a new threat – a Cybersecurity related one.

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Apple Devices Now A Big Target For Cyber Attacks

Posted by Jon Isenberg on Mar 5, 2020 4:15:00 AM

Computer Forensic, Cybersecurity and Managed IT Solutions.


In 2019, Mac computers with a Mac operating system held a 6% market share while Windows has a 36% market share. With Macs growing in popularity, they are becoming a big target for cyber threats and malware.

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Cybersecurity Alert – Ransomware That Does More Than Encrypt Your Data

Posted by Jon Isenberg on Feb 20, 2020 4:13:00 AM

Computer Forensic, Cybersecurity and Managed IT Solutions.


There is a new type of Ransomware that is attacking businesses and wreaking havoc on Cybersecurity measures. This new strain called “Ekans” contains not just the encryption software, but also a type of Artificial Intelligence that targets the entire corporate network infrastructure, including servers and virtual machines. This can not only lock your data, but also disable your network.

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Cybersecurity and IoT Devices – Are You Protected?

Posted by Jon Isenberg on Feb 6, 2020 4:10:00 AM

Computer Forensic, Cybersecurity and Managed IT Solutions.


IoT or the Internet of Things is bringing every aspect of our lives online. It is projected that the quantity of IoT devices will increase worldwide to over 75 billion in 2025. Phones, watches, thermostats, cameras, refrigerators, printers, and more are connecting to the wireless systems in our homes and offices. Every day a new device comes out – but are they secure? The majority of IoT devices do not have any security solutions built into them and are dependent on the network that they connect to. All IoT devices need to have some type of protection on them as they can be hacked.

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Cybersecurity Alert: Cyberattacks On The Rise In Early 2020

Posted by Jon Isenberg on Jan 23, 2020 4:06:00 AM

Computer Forensic, Cybersecurity and Managed IT Solutions.


In the past two months, the news has been littered with reports of cyberattacks including attacks on: The Department of Homeland Security, Mitsubishi, and LifeLabs, to name a few.

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