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Practical Steps to Take when Hardware or Software Expire

Practical Steps to Take when Hardware or Software Expire

The bad news: End of Life (EOL) or End of Service (EOS) of software or hardware means that it is no longer supported by the manufacturer. Why it’s bad news: The EOL or EOS of your software or hardware can result in vulnerabilities, since the unsupported technologies will have no routine internal security measures. The …

Busting Technology End-of-Service Myths

Success is in the Details* Everyone is trying to make it and get ahead, including you, me, the person next to you, the person across the street, the man upstairs and downstairs–and even the cybercriminal across the net. In order to achieve optimal success in your endeavors to be efficient, productive, and to thrive, you …

Expired Hardware or Software?

When you buy milk, you may check the “use by” date, just to make sure that you don’t get month-old-aged milk that has curdled into cheese. Regularly, food and medications are checked for “best-by” dates, so that we don’t consume old food or medications that might make us sick, rather than well. But did you …

Vendor Cloud Backup

Four Best Practices for Vendor Cloud Backup Not until it’s too late do many businesses like yours realize that a backup is necessary. Only after valuable data is lost do they take action. But you don’t have to be one of those organizations. You can deploy a robust backup and recovery solution to safeguard your …

Four Core Benefits of Cloud Backups

Cloud-based solutions are being adopted by businesses like yours in order to keep up with the rapidly ever-changing technological landscape–and it’s not going to slow down. A study by Gartner indicates that cloud adoption will only increase. Many organizations, however, are not aware of the critical importance of having a backup for their cloud-based data: …

Cyber-Tech Lingo Defined, Part 1

Talk the Talk! Learn the Cyber-Tech Lingo the Pros Use AV: Antivirus BOTNET: Robot Network CERT: Computer Emergency Response Team CMMC: Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification CSP: Cloud Service Provider DDoS: Distributed Denial-of-Service DNS: Domain Name Server EDR: Endpoint Detection and Response HIPAA: Health Information Portability and Accountability Act HTTPS: Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure IAM: Identity …

Phishing Attack Protection Tips

This blogpost will help you gain a footing in the cybersecurity world by enhancing your awareness regarding phishing emails, which are the most common way that accounts and networks are compromised. IT Cybersecurity Starts with You IT cybersecurity is in your hands. Of course, you will still need an MSP or MSSP to manage all …