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Everything You Need To Know About Backups

Everything You Need To Know About Backups

When it comes to protecting yourself online, there’s no silver bullet. Security software may block some incoming threats, VPNs can secure your communications, and sound data hygiene can prevent data leaks and breaches. But there’s one strategy that can both help to prevent and recover from otherwise catastrophic data incidents: Regularly backing up files and data.

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NebraskaLand National Bank to award two $500 grants During North Platte Giving Day

NebraskaLand National Bank to award two $500 grants During North Platte Giving Day

Please join us Wednesday May 6th at 1:00pm on our Facebook page to show support for local non-profits in the North Platte Area.

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Teach Children to Save at Home

Teach Children to Save at Home

Every year NebraskaLand National Bank teams up with the American Bankers Association in a joint effort to Teach Children to Save.  In years past, NLNB volunteers would collaborate with Madison Middle School in North Platte as well as Buffalo Hills Elementary School in Kearney to take over a classroom and teach the students in person.  This year, with classrooms across the nation moving to the kitchen table, we are bringing Teach Children to Save into your home as well.  We want to provide you with tools and fun activities that will break the ice and start a conversation with your kids about money

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Economic Impact Payment Questions and Answers

Economic Impact Payment Questions and Answers

It goes by many names, the Corona Relief Act, the Cares Act and Economic Impact Payments, no matter what name you may call it, this $2 trillion aid package is starting to find its way in to most Americans bank accounts.  We would like to break down some facts and frequently ask questions regarding the Economic Impact Payment.

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How to Pick the Right Cybersecurity Vendor for Your Business

How to Pick the Right Cybersecurity Vendor for Your Business

Businesses across the country have had to adjust to their employees working from home. For many it was a last-minute scramble to adjust to what has become “the new normal” in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.As businesses and their employees settle into what could be for many a span of several weeks or months with a mandatory or recommended work from home order, organizations large and small face a potential company-killer: their surface of potentially vulnerable technology grew exponentially overnight.

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How to Protect Against Zoombombing

How to Protect Against Zoombombing

Video conferencing platform Zoom has been crowded with the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic and the adoption of social distancing measures. Criminal cyber activity has grown alongside Zoom’s burgeoning user base. By far the most common issue for those attending virtual meetings is something called “Zoombombing,” where rowdy meeting crashers create chaos during meetings, letting loose a barrage of NSFW chat messages and porn imagery via Zoom’s Screen Share feature.

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5 Ways to Ensure Home Router Security with a Remote Workforce

5 Ways to Ensure Home Router Security with a Remote Workforce

Home routers are typically an easy point of entry for hackers looking for sensitive data. With more employees working remotely, it’s now more important than ever to make sure their routers, and by proxy your company’s data, are protected.  Ensure remote workers are more secure by following these five tips. 

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Cyber Safety for Children in the Era of COVID-19OVID-19

Cyber Safety for Children in the Era of COVID-19OVID-19

With many schools expected to be closed through the end of the school year, 30 million children and counting will be spending more time than ever on unsecured devices, apps, third-party educational sites and social media platforms. CyberScout urges the public to be aware of an increased risk of cyber-attacks targeting our nation’s youth and teach children to P-A-U-S-E and think about cyber-safety best practices every time they are online.

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When Working Remotely Due to Coronavirus, Keep Cybersecurity in Mind

When Working Remotely Due to Coronavirus, Keep Cybersecurity in Mind

The Covid-19 pandemic has now caused many cities and municipalities to enact shelter in place orders. With the spread of novel coronavirus, daily life has been affected in unprecedented ways. Home-work and homeschooling measures mean that millions of Americans are using video conferencing for the first time. With this surge in new users, there will be many cybersecurity challenges. When it comes to flattening the curve of Covid-19, we know it’s important to be mindful about what you touch. The same goes for the online environment. 

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Digital hygiene tips for coronavirus scams

Digital hygiene tips for coronavirus scams

During the evolving public health crisis surrounding COVID-19 (coronavirus), it is essential to remain vigilant in the days and weeks to come, online as well as out in the world. It is likely you are tracking several news sources on this growing epidemic—now defined by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) as a pandemic. While it is important to heed the CDC’s advice to wash our hands and keep social distance, we should also maintain our information and digital hygiene

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