One of the core elements of securing your company’s network is a firewall.
Firewalls control network traffic flow by determining whether to accept or discard a packet that passes through it based on predetermined security rules.Read More
There’s a good chance that you’ve probably heard the headlines before:
Don’t let the people on the dark web get ahold of your information.
The dark web is a mysterious place.
You can protect your information against appearing on the dark web.
It turns out that all of these statements are scare tactics.
Spoiler alert: Your information is probably on the dark web.
The good news is that you can take action to prevent that information from being useful.Read More
Malware. A data breach. Viruses.
These are just a few of the cybersecurity threats that lurk near your business, waiting to cost you money and damage your reputation.
One can get a glimpse at how serious a security event is by knowing whether the event must be reported to anyone.Read More
Even though it’s more than a year away, now is the time to think about moving away from Windows Server 2008.
Microsoft has announced Jan. 14, 2020, as the end-of-life date for Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2.
Let’s take a look at what the term “end of life” means and how you can migrate your business to a more secure server.Read More
Start digging around about how to protect your data, and you’ll be soon drowning in a mix of apps, websites, and vocabulary terms that are difficult to understand.
Instead, simplify the process.
Here is a list of seven ways to safeguard your data.Read More