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Multi Factor Authentication and Two Factor Authentication

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With many of us working away from our offices, or working on remote systems, Multi Factor Authentication and Two Factor Authentication transcends locations. It protects your users log in to your digital assets. Why is this important? You want to…

Endpoint Detection and Response

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Traditional or legacy anti malware is now outdated. Malware utilizes signatures to stop threats. But now malware can change its own code and therefore traditional anti malware is no longer effective. The next generation of anti-malware is called Endpoint Detection…

Work From Anywhere

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People are not just working from where we thought they would, not anymore. They have become very mobile. This manifested itself in more locations accessing VPNs, SaaS applications and VDI gateways. There are also many more devices accessing our systems.…

Vulnerability Management

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We all do updates on our computers and servers. But how often are you updating them and are you prioritizing the correct security update at the right time? Are you updating everything else as well? Everything that has an IP…

Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity

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When we think about disaster recovery we think of backups. The problem with backups is that we manage them by exception. So as long as we don’t get an error, we assume that everything is working fine. And that is…

Incidence Response Plan

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Just like fire drills, having an incidence response is key to prepare for cyber-attacks. They will happen. It is not a matter of if but when. Depending on the size of your organization, the plan does not have to be…

Security Awareness

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Even if you have an unlimited IT budget, it is estimated that IT can only protect an organization from 80 to 85% of the threats out there. The rest needs to be filled in by the actual end users. Behavior…

Cyber Security Insurance

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Average ransom ware demand is over $200,000 and the average cost of a data breach is $6.35 M. Statistics show us that ¾ of victims pay the ransom. But what the statistics don’t show us is how many businesses go…

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