Category: Cybersecurity

More organizations than not face many challenges when it comes to implementing a cybersecurity program. For instance, how do you create and manage an information program that must reduce risk but also demonstrate compliance to management and outside parties? How do you decipher and track compliance with regulations and frameworks such as NIST CSF, ISO 27002, or NYS-DFS? Today, organizations...

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Everyone wants to get the most for their money. It’s the smart thing to do. For example, with insurance, we all want the best coverage at a reasonable price. Likewise, when we buy a computer or other device, we want to make sure we get the best possible machine that doesn’t break the bank.  When it comes to IT specifically, there are several technologies and paradigms of service that have become standard and are a dramatic improvement to your bottom-line. Best of...

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Is it stress, anxiety, or fear that causes that nauseated feeling over losing your data? If you have ever been working away and the computer hangs, crashes, and loses your work, then you know the feeling. Everyone agrees that it is awful. It is just a matter of how much did you lose that controls the onslaught and the setback...

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Cybersecurity

More likely than not, you understand the importance of keeping your organization’s network and your employees’ computers safe and secure. But it is of equal importance to keep other devices in mind when it comes to cybersecurity. Devices like smart phones and tablets, work-related or for personal use, need to be included in your cybersecurity plan. Keep reading for safety...

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Most businesses or organizations will experience a cybersecurity incident, perhaps in the form of a phishing attack, spam emails, or an internal employee accidentally releasing malware throughout the network. Regardless of the size or scope of the incident itself, your organization needs a plan of attack to get back to business as usual and ensure the episode doesn't have trickle-down...

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When it comes to cybersecurity threats, every company is a potential target. There is growing uncertainty and concerns about the cybersecurity industry's ability to protect its customers, from schools and universities to small businesses and mom-and-pop storefronts, as well as Fortune 500 companies. Before the global pandemic, cybersecurity insurers saw many claims. However, with abrupt changes in how and where...

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Cyber hygiene is a more elegant way to describe staying safe online. Unfortunately, no amount of software or hardware can protect your system from attempts of ransomware attacks, data breaches, and other threats 100% of the time. Fortunately, there are a few steps your school, business, or organization can take to stay safe online. How to Practice Safe Cyber Hygiene...

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What is log management?  Most IT systems can generate log files, which contain information about an application's performance and provide critical data to developers on what is not working correctly.  Logs also provide vital insights (Think: "who, what, where, and when) for investigating an organizational security breach or a targeted cyber attack. When logs are analyzed in real-time or near...

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Cybersecurity is everyone's responsibility. Unfortunately for businesses and organizations of all sizes, users are typically the weakest link when it comes to phishing attacks and scams.  Despite all of the anti-virus software and modern firewalls available, a perfectly patched computer system is still vulnerable to a cyber attack if the end-user isn't able to recognize a security breach attempt. End-users...

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Concensus Vulnerability Scanning

How do I secure my network?  Securing your network is an essential endeavor, and it should be your top priority. Schools, businesses, and organizations of all sizes and across all industries are vulnerable to steadily increasing security risks that could compromise or steal critical data, jeopardize internal and external relationships, and derail operations to the point of no return. You...

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