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The #1 Target For Cybercrime?

Stay Secure My Friend… More Hackers Targeting SMBs Many SMBs don’t realize it, but the path to some grand cybercrime score of a lifetime may go right through their backdoor. SMBs are commonly vendors, suppliers, or service providers who work with much larger enterprises. Unfortunately, they may be unaware that this makes them a prime target for hackers. Worse yet, this may be costing them new business. Larg ...

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Nationally Recognized IT Security Expert Teams Up With TWJ

Manuel W. Lloyd, CEO of Manuel W. Lloyd Consulting® resides in Wilmington, NC but is a nationally recognized IT Security Expert will begin providing IT Tech Tips for The Wilmington Journal. Every week, Manuel will provide tips on IT security, the latest gadgets, and business technology advice. Currently, Manuel is the go to expert for helping healthcare and banking; two of the most targeted industries for d ...

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The internet at a crossroads

BY HARRY ALFORD The communications network of the National Black Chamber of Commerce has evolved along with the Internet. When we first started back in the late 1980s, we would write and print out letters through a pinwheel printer. To print out 50 copies of a letter would take about an hour. Then, we would mail the 50 letters and wait a couple of days for them to reach our database. Before long, we would d ...

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Apple’s unreasonable patent claim

  BY HARRY ALFORD In December, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit heard arguments in the long- running patent war between Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. over claims that the South Korean tech firm infringed upon Apple’s design patents. While that case has been broadly discussed, there is another case with the same parties that has garnered less attention but could have sever ...

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Black-owned bakery destroyed in Ferguson riots rebounds after receiving $250K in online nations — Others Rebound Too!

SPECIAL FROM BLACKNEWS.COM Ferguson, MO — Natalie DuBose, founder of Natalie’s Cakes and More, a bakery in Ferguson, MO has received more than $250K in online donations after her business was destroyed by looters. The shop, located at 100 South Florissant Road, sells delicious baked goods at local flea markets. But sadly, the business was badly vandalized by rioters after it was announced that the officer w ...

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