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The Value of Enhanced Network Security

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How often do you change your personal passwords? Don’t worry, we’ll wait.  People are fallible, and with them comes points of failures in every system. That’s why “twenty percent of CSOs/CISOs now report to the board of directors on a monthly basis” according to CSO. Security is gaining attention at…

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Cybercrime-As-A-Service Goes Mainstream

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The Gist Crime-as-a-service has gone mainstream. Being used by criminal gangs, cyber crime has skyrocketed by selling ransomware and phishing tools.   Crime-as-a-service tools like malware for hire aren’t just being purchased by amateur hackers anymore, today they are also being utilized by professional organized crime gangs. Taking attacks global,…

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SD-WANs and MPLS : Locking Down Security

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The Gist SD-WANs are quickly becoming a popular choice for enterprises as a cost effective solution, but while quality might not be compromised, will security?   IT executives and CIOs are continually faced with the challenge of finding the most cost effective IT solutions while making sure they are delivering…

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Cybersecurity, an Organization’s Immune System

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The Gist Keeping your organization’s technology on the most recent operating system is not enough.  Information security professionals should develop long term plans for maintaining their organization’s defenses. A little over a week ago, WannaCry ransomware spread to over 400,000 machines in 28 languages.  Over 98% of machines were running Windows…

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Encryption Ransomware, The Hostage PC

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The Gist Cyber criminals aren’t interested in the small fish, they’re going straight for the big guys. Targeted enterprises are being forced to pay through encryption ransomware.   Ransomware comes in all shapes and forms. Common examples of ransomware include scareware, which is essentially fake antivirus claiming that you need…

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