Exponential Power of Networking

Jobs in Information Technology (IT), are among the fastest growing in the world.







300,000 cyber security positions open throughout the United States that cannot be filled, due to a lack of qualified applicants to fill them.We encourage you to visit the Cyber Seek website for additional information and statistics regarding this issue.
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As the global economy moves more towards a service-oriented, information exchange-based model, we are becoming ever more dependent on high tech solutions. Whether your current goal is to secure a job, enhance your existing career, start or develop a business we are here to help you achieve your goals. 

By using the Exponential Power of Networking ~ we find and offer ‘Real Solutions’ to one another.


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  1. Security Alert:
    Capital One

    What happened?
    According to Capital One, someone outside the company gained unauthorized access to the personal information of over 100 million credit card holders and applicants in the U.S. and Canada.
    It's important to note that though passwords were not exposed in this breach, other personal information was, including:
    • Approx. 140,000 Social Security numbers

    • Approx. 80,000 bank account numbers

    • Customer data like credit score and contact info


    I have a Capital One account. What should I do?
    At minimum, keep an eye on your credit score and card statements. We also highly recommend that you explore freezing your credit, which prevents new lines of credit from being opened in your name. To do this, you'll need to follow instructions at each of the major credit bureaus: Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion. You can then manage your credit freeze using the PIN provided by each bureau.
    Also, though passwords weren't exposed in this case, it's always best practice to change the password for a breached account, because any leaked personal information can be used to try to crack passwords.

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