Miss This and Your Cybersecurity Program Will Fail

1/29/2019 by Troy Stoneking

Amidst all the different security technologies, such as firewalls, antivirus, encryption, etc. an entire critical category, which may be the most important, becomes either an afterthought or even ignored. In fact, without careful work in this area your other security devices and applications will be ineffective. Let’s be clear. Organizations who fail in this area are many times more likely to suffer a costly data breach. Not 50% more likely, or twice as likely but a breach becomes an almost certainty.
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The End of Antivirus?

1/3/2019 by Troy Stoneking

A few weeks ago I was speaking to a client about the need for antivirus as called for in the Payment Card Industry Data Security standards (PCIDSS) Requirement 5: Protect all systems against malware and regularly update antivirus software or programs. He made an unusual statement, “We don’t use antivirus.” Having been in IT and cybersecurity for many years I knew this was eventually coming, but it was the first time I’d seen it in a real-world implementation. Here are some facts:
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Security+ is Important TODAY!

11/20/2018 by Karen Gill

It doesn’t matter if you are at a small business or a very large company, cybersecurity is more important today than it has ever been! As we move into the holiday season, retail cybersecurity is dominating our attention, but any company involved in digital transformation continues to lack the workforce needed to protect assets.
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Windows Server 2019!

11/5/2018 by Troy Stoneking

In case you haven’t heard, Microsoft is moving along nicely on Windows Server 2019. It’s filled with new features and improvements to features introduced in previous releases. Here are few I’m excited about:
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Access vs Excel

10/22/2018 by Kelly Cummings

Even though Microsoft Excel can be used for data management and fields can be calculated in Microsoft Access, the two softwares are very different, and to maximize usage in each program, it is important to understand the unique aspects of each one. Likely, they are both part of a subscription your company is paying for, so no additional expenses will be lost to undertake the learning curve required for one or both of the programs.
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