Email Authentication Protocols to Protect Your Business

Email Authentication Protocols to Protect Your Business By Peter Summers, vCIO IN THIS ARTICLE:  Email Authentication Protocols: DKIM, DMARC, and SPF DKIM, or DomainKeys Identified Mail SPF, or Sender Policy Framework DMARC, or Domain-Based Message Authentication, Reporting, and Conformance A Dynamic Trio- Summary Email is an essential tool for businesses and individuals alike, making it… Read more »

A Hands-On Deep Dive Into CrowdStrike Identity Protection

A Hands-On Deep Dive Into CrowdStrike Identity Protection By Eric Egolf, CEO As system administrators navigating the intricate web of cybersecurity solutions, we often uncover hidden gems that revolutionize our approach to managing digital security. One such treasure within the CrowdStrike suite is the Identity Protection Module (IDP). As we began exploring this module, we… Read more »

Enhancing Cybersecurity with CrowdStrike Identity Protection

Enhancing Cybersecurity with CrowdStrike Identity Protection By Eric Egolf, CEO In the realm of cybersecurity, staying ahead of threats is crucial. Organizations require comprehensive solutions that not only detect but also preemptively prevent potential breaches. CrowdStrike, recognized for its top-tier Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR), goes above and beyond by offering additional value-added modules. Among… Read more »

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Safeguarding Your Business Beyond Device Security: The Rising Importance of Identity Protection

Safeguarding Your Business Beyond Device Security: The Rising Importance of Identity Protection By Eric Egolf, CEO IN THIS ARTICLE: What is User Identity About Identity Protection Solutions In today’s digital landscape, IT security is a hot topic of discussion, and for good reason. Security is a constantly changing and complex field and while it may… Read more »

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Neglecting MFA: The Scary Reality of Your Business Risk

Neglecting MFA: The Scary Reality of Your Business Risk IT security is more important than ever. Cyber-attacks and data breaches are a daily occurrence, they just don’t all make headlines. Businesses that fail to take proactive security measures put not only themselves at risk, but their customers too. One of today’s foundational security measures is… Read more »

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Email Safety | 5 Ways to Spot a “Phishy” Email

Email Safety | 5 Ways to Spot a “Phishy” Email Quick Tips & Best Practices We rely on email for many functions of business today. This makes it an excellent tool for bad actors to exploit. Email is one of the quickest and easiest opportunities threat actors have at their disposal. Threat actors have gotten… Read more »

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Reframing your approach to IT security decisions in 2022

Reframing your approach to IT security decisions in 2022 By Sean Gill, vCIO  The IT Security landscape has shifted over the past couple of years. In an article from MIT Technology Review, it is reported that in 2021, more zero-day vulnerabilities were released than in the past 10 years. This number nearly doubled the number… Read more »

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Understanding The Enemy + Why Your Antivirus Isn’t Enough

  Understanding The Enemy + Why Your Antivirus Isn’t Enough By Russ Levanway, President You probably saw a dominant story in the news a couple of months ago about a major fuel shortage across the eastern seaboard. The pipeline that provides almost half the oil to the northeast and south came under a cyber-attack. Gas… Read more »

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Ditch the Drama: 5 Ways to Stay Ahead of The Hackers

  Ditch the Drama: 5 Ways to Stay Ahead of The Hackers By Russ Levanway, President Ransomware attacks are getting to the point where they are becoming existential threats to organizations and can disrupt entire industries and supply chains.  If it wasn’t serious before, it is now.  Furthermore, hackers are increasingly sophisticated and daring, and… Read more »

Why COVID-Induced Work From Home is Open Season For Hackers

Why COVID-Induced Work From Home is Open Season For Hackers By Russ Levanway, President Working from home has become a new norm for many of us, and it looks like it will be for some time. Just last week, Google announced that it won’t require employees to return to the office until next summer, a… Read more »