Category: Newsletters

Monthly Security Patching is Important

One of the most important items you can perform on your systems is monthly patching. In the past year most of the vulnerabilities that have...

January 2015

[anchor name=”resolutions”] New Year’s Security Resolutions It was a year of security breaches and incidents in 2014. The start of this year is good for...

September 2014

[anchor name=”compromised”] Most Organizations Have Been Compromised and Don’t Even Know It According to the Cisco 2014 Annual Security Report most businesses have been compromised...

June 2014

[anchor name=”smartphone-theft”] 1 Out of Every 10 Smartphone Users in the US is a Victim of Theft Smartphones have been stolen at an alarming rate...

May 2014

[anchor name=”heartbleed”] Heartbleed Vulnerability This is a very serious vulnerability. If you have not changed your passwords on the various websites that you visit, you...

March-April 2014

[anchor name=”reliableDR”] ReliableDR for VMWARE Unitrends is a product I have been working with for quite some time. They have just purchased a product called...

February 2014

[anchor name=”securityawareness”] Cyber-Security Awareness February is known for Valentine’s Day and being the shortest month of the year. Instead, I am going to dedicate the...

January 2014

[anchor name=”newyear”] Happy New Year! – Make a New Year Resolution: Schedule Time for a Security Review/Audit Another year has passed and we get to...

November 2013

[anchor name=”best-practices”] Make Sure Your Consultant is Following Standards and Best Practices I’ve had the chance to visit some new clients lately. They have all...

October 2013

[anchor name=”byod”] Bring your Own Device (BYOD) and the Mobile Revolution – Are You Ready? BYOD is a term that is tossed around quite a...