Welcome to Marchese Computer Products!

Since 1981 Marchese Computer has served the Genesee area by supplying leading edge technology solutions in the fields of computers, networking, telecommunications, web design/hosting, and security systems. Locally owned and staffed, Marchese Computer provides service, warranty work, hardware, software, consulting and managed IT services. Marchese Computer, and its employees, actively support our community and other local businesses and take great pride in providing the best products and services possible to our local friends and neighbors at competitive prices.

Stop in and say hello at 220 Ellicott Street, Batavia or call us at 585-343-2713, to see how we might help you with your personal or business technology needs.

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Managed IT Services
Telecomm & Phone Systems
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Get your home machine protected and all the patches automatically put on for only 66 cents per day!

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Roll out of our new Training service:

Today, your employees are frequently exposed to sophisticated phishing and ransomware attacks. Old-school Security Awareness Training doesn’t hack it anymore. More than ever, your users are the weak link in your network security.
See a one-on-one product demonstration of the innovative Kevin Mitnick Security Awareness Training Platform. In this live demo we will show you how you can:
Send Simulated Phishing tests to your users and manage the Phish-prone percentage of employees.

Roll out Training Campaigns for all users (or groups) with follow-up emails to “nudge” users who are incomplete on the training.

Point-of-failure training auto-enrollment.

Use our Phish Alert Button for Outlook so employees can report phishing attacks.

Get Advanced Reporting to watch your Phish-prone percentage drop, with great ROI.

Today, new-school security awareness training is a must of you want to protect your network against ransomware, CEO Fraud and other social engineering attacks. Employees are exposed to sophisticated (spear) phishing attacks and need to spot the Red Flags related to suspicious emails.
You can create a "human firewall" that is actually very effective in spotting and reporting phishing attacks if your security awareness training is not just a yearly training but includes monthly simulated phishing attacks which keeps your users on their toes with security top of mind.

This is priced at $22 per year per user, less than $1.90 per month per user. It can save you thousands of dollars in lost productivity and bring your security up a notch.

Call 343-2713 ask for Paul and I'll be glad to explain to you the whole program.
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Todays Latest Tech Headlines: ADP HACKED!

ADP Latest To Get Hit By Hackers – Was Your Account Affected?

ADP is the world’s largest HR firm, handling tax and payroll accounts for more than 640,000 companies that collectively employ millions of people. It may be possible that your company is one of the hundreds of thousands that rely on ADP for this function. Much has been said in the recent past about the growing sophistication of hacking attacks, and this latest, sadly successful attack on ADP is a perfect example of that sophistication.

Using a process called “Flowjacking”, hackers were able to determine the work and data flow of ADP’s internal processes. They found out, for example, that setting up a user account with the company was a two-step process. The first step involves setting up the account, which requires social security numbers and other personal data that hackers are very good at getting their hands on.

The second step is activating the account, and ADP sends activation codes to the companies that set up accounts with them. Unfortunately, some companies are not careful with their activation codes, and wind up placing them in the public domain, where they can be scooped up by ever-watchful hackers.

Armed with a stolen social security number and a code grabbed from some public domain source, hackers can inject themselves into ADP’s normal process, and make off with thousands, and perhaps even millions of people’s personal information.

Things like bank account numbers and social security numbers are stock and trade for legions of hackers. This is data with good, reliable resale value, and they can always find a ready market for it.

ADP has thus far not released information on how many records were put at risk by the successful hack against them, and security experts stress that ADP itself was not hacked. Rather, the workflow itself was breached, and the hackers took advantage of the fact that some companies weren’t as careful as they should have been with their activation codes.

If you use ADP, your best move from here is to contact them directly to find out if any of your employee records were impacted. It is also probably a good idea to have your networked scanned and evaluated for security risks. If you need any help with this, please feel free to reach out to our office.
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