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Service account password rotation

Service accounts are the unseen heroes of your organization’s architecture – they keep critical services running. While most organizations are generally aware of the sensitive nature of service accounts, password practices can still be poor. It is not uncommon... Read More

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Ransomware attacks continue to rage on government entities

Ransomware attacks are on the rise and target businesses across many industries and sectors. Government entities are also on the radar of ransomware gangs and have been the subject of many high-profile ransomware attacks. Governmental entities have been a... Read More

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Ransomware Attacks 101 – from Wannacry to Darkside

Think of ransomware attacks as virtual kidnapping. Ransomware actors use encryption to hold your devices’ functions and files hostage or lock you out of your system. Then they request a ransom for its release. These actors are mostly motivated... Read More

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Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

Most have heard of HIPAA, GPDR, and other compliance regulations and best practices that govern data privacy and security for healthcare, personally identifiable information, and other forms of sensitive data. However, when it comes to educational institutions, the Family... Read More

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Vulnerability testing vs. Penetration testing

With the wide range of growing cybersecurity threats creating risks for businesses today, organizations must be proactive in their approach to cybersecurity. The days of reactive security and waiting for cybersecurity incidents are over. The sheer scope, scale, and... Read More

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Ransomware Prevention Best Practices

A thriving industry of holding data hostage has emerged out of the malicious software known as ransomware. The FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) states in its Internet Crime Report for 2020 that it received a record number of... Read More