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Hackers' methods continue to evolve. That means your security must evolve.
To adequately protect your firm, you need:
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August 23, 2016 1:20 PM
When you consider the best place(s) to store your data – in the cloud, on-premises in your office or some hybrid of the two – what questions do you ask?
March 1, 2016 9:55 AM
Let’s talk about passwords.
Most people’s idea of a good password is one which is easy to remember, and which meets the absolute minimum requirements of their business systems and IT policy. Over the years, between constant reminders from the information technology community and constant news reports about major security breaches, we have all begrudgingly accepted that our passwords need to be a little longer, a little more complex and a little more inconvenient for us to use.
The technology used by cybercriminals to crack passwords is always improving, however, and even a 52-character password made up of obscure words and phrases, such as “Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn1.” can be brute-force cracked in an ever-shrinking amount of time.
February 16, 2016 5:05 PM
When it comes to information security there is no silver bullet to stop attackers from infiltrating your firm. The “defense-in-depth” approach to information security is simple: add many layers of protection between yourself and the outside world. Hardening your computer is exactly what it sounds like, adding security measures to increase the difficulty of an attacker compromising your system. Below you will find a checklist of system hardening best practices, each of these are easy to implement and are critical in protecting your computer.