Category: Security



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Cybersecurity Fundamentals – Threat and Attack Terminology

July 18, 2018

In the first post of this blog series, we’ll cover the fundamentals of cybersecurity, and understanding basic terminology so you can feel comfortable “talking the talk.” Over the next few weeks, we’ll build on this introductory knowledge, and review more complex terms and methodologies …


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Database Security

Building a Culture for Data Protection

July 12, 2018

Building a culture that favors protecting data can be challenging. In fact, most of us who love our data spend a huge amount of time standing up for our data when it seems everyone else wants to take the easiest route to getting stuff …


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Networks Security Systems

Disaster Recovery – The Postmortem

June 26, 2018

So you’ve made it through a disaster recovery event. Well done! Whether it was a simulation or an actual recovery, it was possibly a tense and trying time for you and your operations team. The business is no doubt happy to know that everything …


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AI Should Not Replace Established Security Practices

June 18, 2018

Here is an interesting article from my colleague Joe Kim, in which he discusses the impact of artificial intelligence on cybersecurity.   Agencies are turning to artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning to bolster the United States’ cybersecurity posture.   Agencies are dealing with …



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Bringing Ease of Use and Security to Remote Users

June 15, 2018

The image of a modern office has been rapidly changing in recent years. From the medical field, to sales, to technical support, users are on the road and working from just about everywhere possible. Firewalls, malware protection, and other IT security practices are great …


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Networks Security

Who Protects the Protectors?

June 14, 2018

Remember the person in my last post who asked me to describe a load balancer? They came back and asked about ASAs. I’m not sure if they really wanted to know, or if they just liked to see me lose my cool and say …