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How We Can Secure Your Business

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Businesses today face many threats to their networks and the critical files and data contained within. Malicious software such as viruses, malware, ransomware, and trojans are out there prowling around for susceptible systems to wreak havoc upon. Let RHYNONetworks help you protect your company’s assets!



Viruses can render your business computers inoperable, or destroy your data. This disrupts business operations and can interfere with your ability to deliver products or services to your customers. Don’t allow viruses cripple your business. Let RHYNONetworks provide you with the latest and most powerful anti-virus solutions available. We keep a close watch on your network 24/7!


Malware and Ransomware

A well-designed data backup and recovery plan is critical in dealing with threats such as ransomware and its related threats. These attacks render data and files inaccessible and without a backup plan, these files may never be retrieved. We’ll help design a backup and disaster recovery solution just for you! Backups are taken automatically to reduce the risk of human error. This will avoid costly downtime and lost business. Let us design and implement a backup and recovery plan for you!


Network Monitoring and Emergency Services

When disaster strikes you don’t have the luxury of waiting until the morning to solve the problem. If your networks or computers are attacked you need solutions right away. This is why RHYNONetworks has a 24/7 Emergency Response Service. Give yourself the peace-of-mind of knowing that our talented staff is at your service night or day. Any time you need us, we are there for you!


To begin partnering with us now, contact us at:

(855) RHYNO.IT


1402 Lake Tapps Parkway E,
Suite 104 pmb#277
Auburn, WA 98092

Crazy Web/Internet Hacks

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Hacks against websites or networks are very serious, but let’s take a moment to look at some of the dumbest hacks, craziest or most famous hacks that have been perpetrated against people, companies and networks.   Famous Hacks This list is of course far from exhaustive. But here are some highlights in the history of hacking: Arpanet…

Making Your Websites Look Fresh and New


No one wants their company website to look dated. We want our sites to be cutting edge and fresh in appearance and usability. What is it about a website that makes it ‘fresh’ or ‘cutting edge’? Elegant Themes has assembled a list of some of the trends that are popular in today’s websites. Some of…

Is Your Company Being Blocked?


If you pay for, or rely upon ads placed on websites or within apps, ad-blocking software is hurting you. The current estimates are over 200 million users globally are utilizing ad blocking software. This amounts to very real loss for companies that rely on ad revenues and the companies relying on their ads to generate…

Federal Workers Hacked


The Chinese government has recently hacked into one of the Office of Personnel Management computers and accessed roughly four million accounts. I is the largest breach in recent years and the agency has notified the affected workers. China has hacked US government computers twice in the past year. With this latest breach the hackers gained access to…

In-Flight Hacking


Reuters reports that hackers could have the ability to use in-flight wireless entertainment systems to hack into the plane and actually gain access to flight controls. Other devices accessing the wireless network may also be vulnerable. Experts say that internet connectivity on airplanes should be thought of as any other internet connection and therefore vulnerable…

Killing Internet Explorer


Microsoft will be killing off the browser that is a household name. We’ve all used it, whether we love it or hate it, we’ve used Internet Explorer at one time or another. – As a local radio DJ put it – even if we just use it to download other browsers. Internet Explorer, the bane…

Will Your Next OS Scan Your Iris?


If you will be upgrading to Windows 10 it will at least have the capability of doing so. Windows 10 will be featuring what they are calling ‘Windows Hello’ (Uh oh, I’m reminded of a certain little paperclip) which will allow users to unlock their devices using a fingerprint, iris scanner or other biometric security…

What if Your Fingerprint Gets Hacked?


Of late there as been a bit of trash talking passwords. Some claim they are on life support and will soon be obsolete. But in a world without passwords how can we secure our accounts? One answer is biometrics. Some familiar examples of biometrics are fingerprints or retinal scans. It’s genius, no more forgetting passwords,…

The Top Passwords of 2014 Are In!


2014 has been wrapped up – and with the end of the year comes a tallying of the year’s most popular passwords! Among these champions of defense against vicious thieves and scammers are: 12345678 in the number four slot! And then there’s 12345 in the number three position! In at number one is (drum roll)…