Sample Sidebar Module

This is a sample module published to the sidebar_top position, using the -sidebar module class suffix. There is also a sidebar_bottom position below the menu.

Sample Sidebar Module

This is a sample module published to the sidebar_bottom position, using the -sidebar module class suffix. There is also a sidebar_top position below the search.
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On June 24th 2020 Neal and Brett will be hosting a live online education event for the clients of Bartlett Wealth Management in Cincinnati Ohio.
 
 
May 24th, 2020

High-Net-Worth Individuals Are Cyber Targets – Even More So During The Coronavirus Pandemic

Cyberthieves prey on the children of wealthy families, knowing that a hacked tablet or smartphone could unearth family treasure. Forbes.
 
April 23rd 2020

30,000 Percent Increase in COVID-19-Themed Attacks

Zscaler VP of security research, Deepen Desai, revealed in a blog post that the firm’s cloud security platform had stopped 380,000 attacks targeting home workers in March, up from just 1200 at the start of the year.InfoSecurity Magazine. 
 
April 20th 2020

FBI Sees Cybercrime Reports Increase Fourfold During COVID-19 Outbreak

The bureau’s Internet Crime Complain Center (IC3) said last week that it’s now receiving between 3,000 and 4,000 cybersecurity complaints every day, up from the average 1,000 complaints per day the center saw before COVID-19 took hold. Entrepreneur.
 
April 22nd 2020

Google says state-backed hackers increasing coronavirus phishing attacks

Google said it has detected 18 million malware and phishing Gmail messages per day related to the coronavirus outbreak. Reuters.
 
February 10th 2020

Number of Records Exposed in 2019 Hits 15.1 Billion

In total, there were over 15.1 billion records exposed shattering industry projections. There were 7,098 breaches reported in 2019, a 1% increase on 2018, though the gap is anticipated to grow throughout Q1 2020 as more 2019 incidents come to light. Security Week.
 
Jan 24th 2020

Jeff Bezos’ Phone Hack Should Terrify Everyone

If the richest man in the world — the man who sells listening devices used in millions of homes and whose servers create the internet’s infrastructure — can be hacked, what hope is there for us mere mortals? New York Times.