Preparing For The Unexpected

2018 is proving to be a challenge in terms of unexpected events. From weather to workplace violence, the constant is almost daily unexpected occurrences.

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Gone Phishing

Phishing, emails baiting recipients to click a link allowing for corruption of data, virus intrusion, or ransomware, is the most used method of cyber attacks today.

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Guarding Against A Digital Invasion

Think about all of the information you gather from parishioners, visitors, employees, and vendors. Are you at risk for a digital invasion?

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In states where marijuana is now legal, companies are faced with an interesting dilemma.

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An occupational hazard of any segment of the construction industry is safety. From injuries to fatalities, construction sites can be costly. Technology is quickly changing the game.

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Keeping Your Business Safe In Cyberspace

How often do you think about keeping your business safe in Cyberspace? From malware to ransomware to hacking, security has taken on a whole new meaning.

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Protection From The Storm

Winter is upon us and it doesn’t seem like any part of the United States is being spared rough weather. Churches in the North are most likely prepared to deal with the dangers of bad weather.

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Cornerstone of Hope Gala

Dan, Mike Sr., and Mike Jr. at the 15th Annual Cornerstone of Hope Gala. Cornerstone of Hope is a home dedicated to providing support, education and hope through faith for grieving families.

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Risk Management Is Everyone’s Business

All companies have a variety of risks. From physical location issues to hacked data to employee conduct, there are a lot of things to monitor.

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NTMA Leadership Summit

Michael Herzak II, newest Board member of the Cleveland chapter, attended the NTMA’s Leadership Summit in New Orleans, LA this past January.

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