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Tips for Building a Battle-Hardened Network


The U.S. Army is leading the charge on the military’s multidomain battle concept—but will federal IT networks enable this initiative or inhibit it? The network is critical to the Army’s vision of combining the defense domains of land, air, sea, space and cyberspace to …



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The Story Patching Tells


In post #3 of this information security series, let’s cover one of the essential components in an organization’s defense strategy: their approach to patching systems. Everywhere an Attack When did you NOT see a ransomware attack or security breach story in the news? And …



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The Weakest (Security) Link Might Be You


In the second post in this information security in a hybrid IT world series, let’s cover the best-designed security controls and measures, which are no match for the human element. “Most people don’t come to work to do a bad job” is a sentiment …



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Neglect These Cybersecurity Fundamentals at Your Peril


“Shiny object syndrome” exists within both the IT and cybersecurity fields. The press loves to focus on the sleekest new security toys or the latest threat-hunting technique. After all, red-team/blue-team simulations and advanced threat hunting sound cool and impress at networking events. However, for …



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Help Protect Your Company From a Data Breach


It’s likely no surprise to anyone that the amount of data collected, stored, and analyzed continues to grow exponentially across the globe. From a security perspective, it’s always important to minimize the amount and sensitivity of data stored, but the reality is, if the …