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DataBytes | October 2020
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Reclamere art contest.
First place winner: Vivian Sciarrillo  (Top left)
Second place winner: Kennedy Scott  (Bottom left)


     The first-place winner was Vivian Sciarrillo, a student at Tyrone Area High School and oldest daughter of Megan and Randy Sciarrillo. In addition to being a proud dad to Vivian and younger daughter Sophia, Randy is Reclamere's Director of Cybersecurity Services & Operations. Randy told us, "Vivian was excited to participate in this art contest which was focused on Healthcare workers."  Her grandmother was a nurse, her grandfather was a doctor, and Randy also worked at UPMC hospital for close to 20 years. He went on to explain, "She has the utmost appreciation for all medical professionals and she is actually considering becoming a doctor herself one day. She has a heart for others, and she used this project as a way to express her sincere thanks for the men and women who are working tirelessly during this pandemic"
     Second place went to Kennedy Scott, preschool daughter of Sara and Colin Scott, Reclamere's Healthcare Account Executive. Colin is also the proud dad of baby Ellie. Kennedy says "she wanted to make art pictures for all the people helping with the germs, especially her Aunt Emily who is a Nurse. It's important to wash your hands every day and hopes everyone will be healthy soon!."


Thank you to all essential workers and their families for being on the front lines to keep us all safe.

 
Digital Risk and the Dark Web webinar. Click here for more information
Reclamere Dog of the Month.
Reclamere is a dog-friendly workplace, and each month we will be showcasing one of our four-legged coworkers. 
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Name: Rory
Age: 3
Breed: Chocolate lab
Favorite treat: Peanut butter
Favorite activity: Swimming, and fetch.
Nickname: Dumbleror
Owner: Jesse, QTG Manager. 


 

How To Secure Your Web Browsers and Defend Against Malvertising

Reclamere Team | 9/28/20 | Security
 
Organizations across the nation have expanded telework options to keep staff safe during the COVID-19 pandemic; however, this shift has increased opportunities for adversaries to gain unauthorized access to teleworkers’ system endpoints—this includes their web browsing capabilities. One method of attack is malvertising, which can enter networks through unsecure or outdated web browsers. The following information can help business and government leaders employ appropriate IT security protections to reduce risk of malvertising and potential business impacts.
Reclamere President Joe Harford was asked to write a guest column about Cyber Security Awareness for the Blair County Chamber of Commerce and the Altoona Mirror’s Business Insights page. This article was published on September 28, 2020.

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CEO Angie Singer Keating and President Joe Harford discuss a lawsuit filed by Morgan Stanley in which it is alleged that an ITAM vendor hired to remove customers’ data from a decommissioned data center failed to fully ‘wipe clean' the hard drives and that "certain devices believed to have been wiped of all information still contained some unencrypted data."

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