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7 Types of Security Reporting You Didn’t Know You Needed

Take a moment to think about your security network. It’s made up of various parts and includes both software and hardware. Every part of that security system works hard on a daily basis to defend your network from cyberattacks. While it does that, it also creates a...
Why Your Business Needs Data Recovery Services

Why Your Business Needs Data Recovery Services

Data is one of the most vital assets a company can have. With it, you have insight into every aspect of your business including your products, customers, and even your employees. Without that information, it would be extremely difficult to make smart business...

How Network Monitoring Tools Benefit Your Business

Your network infrastructure is not invulnerable. Occasionally it will succumb to technical issues. However, when that happens, you may not even notice it. That’s because IT professionals work behind the scenes, taking a proactive approach to troubleshooting and fixing...

The Biggest Ransomware Attacks in the Past 10 Years

Ransomware is a type of malicious software that blocks users from gaining access to their files or even entire devices until a ransom is paid. A ransomware infection accomplishes this by encrypting files on the device or seizing the operating system. The most...

How Often Should You Change Your Passwords?

When you create a username and password for an account, that password becomes less secure as time goes on. To protect your computer network from intrusions, it’s recommended you change your password about once every month. But is it actually necessary to change it...

How to Prepare for Windows 7 End of Life in 2020

Still using Windows 7? Unfortunately, Microsoft is ending support for the operating system by Jan. 14, 2020. So, if you continue using it after that date, you won’t have access to critical security updates that keep your system protected. Luckily, Microsoft has some...

Qbot: A Classic Phishing Scam With a New Look

After being in the news for more than 10 years, the trojan virus known as Qbot has once again been spotted in the wild, ready to provide hackers with access to the machines bankers and others in the finance industry use every day. Qbot is unique in that very few...

Compliance and Network Security Providers

Regulatory compliance is a critical part of your business operations, regardless of your industry, but it doesn’t have to be a hassle. When it comes to any regulatory framework, compliance can mean the difference between running your operation, shutting down, or even...

4 Important Notes On IT Threat Remediation

Malware, ransomware, phishing campaigns, and more have been threats for decades and are only getting stronger, becoming more pervasive, or both. Threat remediation is a key part of any cybersecurity plan and involves a team effort internally and in consultation with...

Tips for Managing Data Before Disaster Strikes

If your business relies on your network for day-to-day operations, what are you doing to prepare for when the system goes down? As reliable as networks have become, failure remains a matter of when not if. Disasters such as fires and flooding can strike and disrupt...