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Cyber Security Strategies & Recent Attacks

By Charles Kime IT and security teams try their best to secure our organizations and their critical assets. Yet sometimes, our efforts fail to keep out adversaries. That’s why we use defense-in-depth and zero trust security strategies – to provide a backstop for when our initial efforts don’t work.Let's cover this...
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Business Continuity Challenges Caused by COVID-19

By Charles Kime These are unusual times, and they're putting extraordinary pressure on our IT teams. Organizations face an increase in breaches and exposure on a daily basis. Fortunately, advancements in IT technology can mitigate attacks and help organizations recover more quickly.Two key fundamentals are data recovery and business continuity.  COVID-19 Cyber Attacks Over...
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Breaking Down Microsegmentation

Security experts regularly recommend microsegmentation, but what is that, exactly?Below, we provide a basic overview of microsegmentation, from the issues it tackles to how it works, its advantages & disadvantages, and implementation tips. Issues tackled by Microsegmentation Companies, non-profits, governments, schools, and hospitals all share the same problems. The organization’s managers task...
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April Sees Over 550 Cybersecurity Patches Released

Photo by Christian Lambert on Unsplash   Many IT managers reached for aspirin on April 14, when major software and hardware vendors issued over 550 patches for products.   Adobe, Intel, Microsoft, Oracle, SAP and VMWare’s patches address a variety of security issues including several critical zero-day vulnerabilities.   Microsoft Patches   Microsoft’s update addresses...
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Explaining Ransomware Without All The Jargon

As an IT and cybersecurity vendor, we often use jargon and acronyms to discuss technology.  While we use these words to be precise, it doesn’t help explain the concepts to a non-technical audience.  CEOs, and other executives, often must use every-day English to explain technology to non-technical board-of-director members. To...