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Dave Lazor

Dave is CEO and Founder of Lazorpoint. He launched the company in 1997, focused on serving the strategic and day-to-day IT needs of growing entrepreneurial mid-market companies. Today, Dave leads and continues to build a team who anticipates, creates and provides technology solutions for clients. He ensures that Lazorpoint becomes a true partner in client growth through valuable guidance and unmatched expertise.

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Questions to Ask Before Choosing an IT Partner

You are in the market for an IT company that provides you with the technology support you need, not only to fix issues when they come up but also to help you think ahead and use technology to support business growth. You want to partner with a team that that cares about your success as much as you do.  

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[VIDEO] How to Identify a Zoom Phishing Scam

We are all using video conferencing more than ever during this global pandemic and cybercriminals are cashing in by creating realistic looking video conferencing phishing scams. With how busy all of us are and how easy it is to join a video conference call, we might miss the signs that your meeting invite is not legitimate.  Here are a couple of tricks to spot these scams before you click.

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Remote Security: How to Avoid Cyberattacks While Working From Home

Our lives and workspaces have changed drastically over the last couple of weeks. We’ve had to shift quickly to completely different ways of working and collaborating. It’s been a hard transition for many people and businesses, but at this point, many people have successfully adapted to working from home and are settling into this new normal.

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[VIDEO] Protect Your Business from a CARES Act Cyberattack

It is not surprising that data security breaches are spiking. Few situations offer as many opportunities for cybercriminals as a global pandemic. The most recent flavor of COVID-19 related cybercrime feeds on confusion around the recently-approved Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. 

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Protecting Your Business Against a Coronavirus Cyberattack

When it comes to cybersecurity, one thing is for sure: when a global crisis emerges, it’s only a matter of time before criminals find a way to exploit it. And few situations offer as many opportunities for hackers as a global pandemic.

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[Whitepaper] Top Cybersecurity Threats & What You Can Do to Stay Protected

In 2019, cybercriminals cost businesses $3.5 billion, according to the FBI. That’s up from $2.7 billion in 2018. Cyberattacks happen so often that many businesses don’t even realize they’ve been breached until cybercriminals have compromised a significant amount of data and cost them millions in damages.

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[Infographic] Microsoft 365 Cybersecurity Tools That Keep Your Business More Secure

Forty-three percent of cyberattacks target small- and medium-sized businesses. And when targeted, 60% go out of business. This means the need for an IT cybersecurity plan that is strong and secure is more critical now than ever. Partnering with the right MSSP makes this possible.

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What Is Cybersecurity and Why Is It Important?

Nearly every month, another high-profile hack or cybersecurity threat makes national headlines, forever tarnishing its victims' reputations. And because these attacks occur so frequently, many businesses don’t even realize they’ve been breached until cybercriminals have compromised a significant amount of data and cost them millions in damages.

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It's Time to Fully Transition to the Cloud Computing Stack: Here's Why

As business reliance on technology continues to expand, organizations of all sizes are seeking new ways to support IT efficiency, security and growth. To manage these endeavors, over the past several years, many companies have begun shifting their IT environments to the cloud computing stack, more commonly referred to as "the cloud."

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Business Email Compromise – A New Cyber Threat You Should Be Prepared For

Business email compromise (BEC) is a harmful new type of cybercrime affecting companies across the world, costing billions of dollars. It’s critical for businesses of all sizes to understand what these attacks are and how to prevent them.

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