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Cloud technology security & computing - virtual infrastructure

Is Cloud Technology Still Right for You in 2022?

When it comes to new technologies, which camp do you fall into?Are you an eager, early adopter? Or, are you more cautious, skeptical, and arrive later on the scene?Every new technology has its supporters and detractors, and adoption of cloud technology is no different.The pros and cons of cloud technology...
June Software updates

These June Software Updates Require Your Attention

Every month brings a slew of new security upgrades you need to address. While some months are certainly busier than others, like April’s 128 Microsoft vulnerabilities, every one should be treated as an important opportunity to correct potential flaws. This month, June’s Patch Tuesday (that exciting day when a host...
Zero-Day Vulnerabilities

When Should You Worry About Zero-Day Vulnerabilities?

Zero-day vulnerabilities make headlines and receive coverage because they’re new and exciting (well, at least to cybersecurity enthusiasts).So, what are they? Why do they steal the headlines?Well, simply put, zero-day vulnerabilities are flaws discovered in software or hardware which have not yet received a corrective patch from the creator. Through...
Zero Trust Security - Ideal Integrations

Is Zero Trust Security Right for Your Business?

One year ago, President Biden issued an Executive Order to improve cybersecurity for federal agencies.In particular, the order centered around Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA), a strategy (and term) first devised by Forrester Research analyst John Kindervag in 2010.Yet, even with the order in place, the Zero Trust security framework developed...
Zoom software poses security risks

This Common Business Software Poses Security Risks

In a typical office environment, you expect to use common business software like Microsoft Teams or Zoom on an everyday basis. What you don’t expect is for these common programs to become vectors for malware. Unfortunately, creative attackers have found ways to hijack the very tools you rely on to...