Rush Tech Support Awarded as Top IT Service in Florida by Clutch

Clutch recently listed us as a top IT firm in Florida and we appreciate it. “It is an honor to be recognized by Clutch as a leader in the B2B space. It is one of the highlights of the year!” –  said Andrew Lassise, CEO, Rush Tech Support Clutch is a B2B ratings and reviews […]

Would you do business with a company that had a data breach?

It’s been another week in data breach news – unfortunately. Data breach compromises personal info. of veterans The long-tail of a health data breach of 6.1 million people Cybsecurity and the November election Software firm hit with ransomware attack Shopify breach State of Kentucky gets nearly $2 million in data breach settlement $6.85 million in […]

How likely is a vishing attack to happen to me?

vishing attacks

Vishing attacks are on the rise, according to federal officials, and can cause real harm to people and businesses. This article from your team at Rush Tech Support is sharing the latest and offers some tips. Vishing attacks are related to phishing scam attacks and try to dupe people into turning over personal information through […]

PODCAST: Fax security tips that matter

During the coronavirus pandemic the IRS is accepting the faxing of forms 1139, 1045 and 3115 which reminded us of the importance of fax security. Andrew Lassise discusses the topic on this episode of the Tech Talk for Accountants Show. As always you can listen to the show below, watch the YouTube video or subscribe […]

Do internet crimes happen in my state?

The answer to the question “do internet crimes happen in my state?” is: “Yes.” We see that just by looking at the constant news of new data breaches and other internet crime news reports. The FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center also publishes data on how common internet crimes are by each state. The top states […]

31 orgs victims of ransomware – are you prepared?

Ransomware is now one of the biggest issues in our digital lives. The threat has been perfected by cyber criminals: They hijack our data and keep it unless we are willing to pay a ransom. Often, criminals don’t even steal your data. They just lock it away from you. These crimes were at one point […]

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