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Miguel Vega is a Web Developer at Consultwebs, Miguel provides many services, including: Planning, building and supporting internal and public-facing web applications, websites and plug-ins; working with a support team to troubleshoot issues, fix bugs, implement changes and perform site migrations, maintenance and updates; and routinely analyzing and evaluating security risks within company code and network infrastructure. Visit Consultwebs.com.

Protecting Your Firm from Ransomware

Protecting Your Firm from Ransomware

Ransomware attacks are affecting every type of business in America, and law firms are no exception. For those new to the term, ransomware is a type of malware that operates by encrypting files on a system and demanding that a ransom be paid to have them decrypted. While encrypted, these files are unable to be […]

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