Newsletter #1 – Jan 2024

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  • Post last modified:February 7, 2024

Dear Valued Clients and Partners,


As 2024 kicks off, NCS is starting the year with a new monthly newsletter.


Our newsletter focuses on essential technology trends that affect your business’s day-to-day operations. From cybersecurity to tech tips, we aim to provide applicable knowledge to any industry.

In Today’s Email:

  • Tech Tip #1: How to prevent rising email phishing data breaches 📈

  • Celebrating: Kansas Day! 🌻🌾

  • Technician’s Choice of The Month: Subway Claimed by LockBit Ransomware. 💻🔒

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Tech Tip #1:

How to Prevent Email Phishing Data Breaches

Email phishing is a deceptive practice where scammers send fraudulent emails impersonating legitimate organizations to extract personal information, financial details, or login credentials. These emails often mimic the style, logo, and language of well-known companies and may include links to fake websites that look authentic.


Read More Here

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Celebrating Kansas Day!

As we mark Kansas Day, we recognize the significance of this day in reflecting the state’s history and values. Our team, deeply rooted in Kansas, is proud to contribute to its thriving community through our dedicated IT services. Celebrating this day alongside our clients and partners in Kansas and beyond, we remain committed to delivering excellence in all our endeavors.

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Subway Claimed by LockBit Ransomware.

After an extensive review of the articles published this month, one piece in particular stood out to the team at NCS. The article provides a detailed analysis of the recent Ransomware attack on the Subway food chain, a concerning event that underscores the escalating cybersecurity challenges facing business’s today. It not only delves into the specifics of how the attack was done but also examines its far-reaching implications for both the company and its customers. This piece was selected for its business relevance and the critical digital security insights it offers, making it a must-read for our readers.

Learn more here: Subway claimed by LockBit ransomware | Cybernews

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