Vendor monitoring is an essential part of keeping your business and data safe. To be most effective, monitoring must happen in real-time, not point in time.
Whether your business has only one location or is a multinational corporation, company culture matters, especially in the case of cybersecurity. When security is treated as a priority from the top down and in every office location, it has the best chance of successfully fending off attacks.
Rather than relying on the cloud or data centers, computing is now done at or near the source of the data, otherwise known as the edge. While the cloud is being leveraged for storage and computing power, things have become centralized. But distance can mean latency. Edge computing provides an answer.
If you have previously passed on backing up to the cloud because of price and functionality, it’s time to take a fresh look.
This is becoming one of my favorite phishing scams. Not just because it’s hilariously worded, but because the sender isn’t even putting in the effort to create malware, create a malicious site, or gain control over your account in any way.
The cost of prevention is much cheaper than the fallout related to an actual hack. Learn more now.
Through the course of my day, I frequently encounter numerous stories related to occurrences at our clients or from our partners. Last week I was fortunate enough to hear about a new take on the “Dropped Device” hack.
Well... the sky isn’t falling, or if it is, it has been falling at the same consistent rate for a long time. That’s the way a business line manager hears it when it comes to IT security. Business leaders know that they need security but aren’t sure if Next Gen...
If you are planning a migration to the cloud, you may want to consider a Cloud Security Assessment. You may have already figured out which cloud services to investigate, such as Amazon or Azure.
According to the White Hat 2018 “Website Security Statistics Report” there are many business verticals missing the mark on securing their websites. In the category of Accommodations/Food Services, 52% of websites are deemed as “Always Vulnerable.”
Business leaders don’t always view security threats the same way that IT departments do. Business people think about spend in a risk reward paradigm. They tend to ask questions like; What am I getting for the dollars being spent? Will this purchase make us more secure?
Unfortunately, these days most of us are very familiar with Phishing and Spear Phishing Attacks. Most often times hackers will target end users with a clever email that unwittingly opens an attack vector on the users machine.
Not that long ago I identified that our Primary DC was not replicating to the secondary DC. After some investigation, I figured out that the secondary was handling all of the Domain Traffic and the GPO. The primary was handling only DNS and DHCP.
There is a lot of talk and news about file-less malware. We are encouraging our clients to learn and try new advanced protection products. But make no mistake, Antivirus is not going away because viruses are not going away.