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TAP Into Technology

Leading the Way in Network Technology

Tim O'Neill

As the Senior Technology Consultant & Chief Editor at LoveMyTool, Tim O’Neill has over 45 years of technology experience at data/voice and video networking analysis companies, including successful senior roles in Sales, Product Design, Marketing Management, Business Development and Security.

Recent Posts

Hijacking Healthcare: Training the Treaters in Cyber Hacks

on 10/26/17 8:00 AM By | Tim O'Neill | 0 Comments | Network Security Hacks and Data Breaches Healthcare
There’s no denying the dire security situation healthcare organizations are currently facing. However, so much of what you read online or see in the news revolves around specific malware threats or ransomware attacks. What is often missed is the underlying problem—the human factor.
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Hijacking Healthcare: Securing Your Smart Devices & Data

on 10/3/17 8:00 AM By | Tim O'Neill | 0 Comments | Network Security Hacks and Data Breaches Healthcare
When you’re a patient at a hospital, the last thing on your mind is how secure the hospital’s electronic records are. All you want to do is recover. Both patients and staff should be concerned about the safety of digital healthcare information, however, ransomware attacks have crippled hospitals in both the US and Canada within the last few months.
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Dragonfly Power Grid Attacks Hit Home—Now What?

September 2017 has been a bad month for Americans. Here’s what has consumed the news so far: Two catastrophic, physical disasters on US soil—Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma 143 million Americans impacted by the massive Equifax data breach. And the sleeper news that is being overlooked is the recent evidence of cyber attacks against the U.S. power grid.
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[SlideShare] Tech Talk 2017: Sucking Mud, EL15 and Wave a Dead Chicken

on 9/21/17 8:00 AM By | Tim O'Neill | 0 Comments | Network Security Network Visibility/Monitoring
The lazy days of summer are over and it’s time to sharpen our minds and have a few laughs along the way. In my third annual installment of Garland Tech Talk, I’m here to share with you the secret server-room jargon used in the cyber world. In my first rendition of Tech Talk, back in 2015, I explained Yak Shaving and Smurfing. Last year, we uncovered, Cowboy Code, Monkey Patching and Cat Waxing.
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Hijacking Healthcare: Ransomware Attacks vs. Health Record Security

on 9/12/17 8:00 AM By | Tim O'Neill | 0 Comments | Network Security Hacks and Data Breaches Healthcare
We’ve touched on the looming presence of ransomware in the healthcare industry in the past—but this year it hit especially close to home. In April 2017, Erie County Medical Center, located just a few miles from our Buffalo, NY office, was hit by a ransomware attack that took down the hospital's systems for 6 weeks. For security professionals in this industry, the challenge lies in protecting patient files as attackers set their sights on valuable electronic health records—do we stand a chance?
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Traveling this Summer? Don't Let Your Data Get Checked Out

on 5/23/17 8:00 AM By | Tim O'Neill | 0 Comments | Network Security Hacks and Data Breaches
You probably really never think too much about it. You are on a trip and check into your hotel. After you get settled, you want to check your Facebook, email, Instagram and Twitter accounts. So, you will do what you have been doing every other time you check into a hotel, you click on the wifi that is given you to. But, have you really ever thought about the information you are giving out over the web?
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