How safe is your watering hole? Inside the jargon of cyber-security threat

IT guy for x-force
By Allison Mabry   |   June 11, 2014

Here at DeLaune and Associates, we are constantly writing about the steady rise of cyber-security threats. Our ears perk up when a major online retailer warns its users to change their passwords, or the local news says to refrain from using a specific browser. In our recent work with the IBM X-Force research and development team, we even learned that spam threats are alive and well—and that March 2014 marked the return of the highest levels of spam measured during the past two and half years.

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Winning for Banking

EVB TV commercial
By Sara Rider   |   March 21, 2014

by Sara Rider

Sometimes email or snail mail is full of things you don’t want to know about.  But last week, a large package showed up at our office with some things we very much did want to know about—four awards from the national Service Industry Advertising Awards (SIAA) for our work for EVB, a community bank in Virginia.  One gold, one silver, and two bronze awards.  That’s a nice surprise when you open the mail!

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