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March 03, 2016

What is Ransomware and the 8 Things You Can Do to Prevent Becoming a Victim

Ransomware is a term used to describe malware that is installed on a user’s computing device (without the user’s knowledge or permission), that encryp...

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January 08, 2016

The Real Danger of 0 Day Exploits

Zero day has become a term that has become part of the information security lexicon over the last several years. As we all know, a zero-day exploit is...

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November 24, 2015

Making Your Endpoints Intelligent

As you have probably heard ad nauseam by now, security in the modern computing world is no longer about putting up a wall and preventing threats from ...

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November 17, 2015

Endpoint Protection in the Cloud Era

Over the last several years there has been a major paradigm shift to a cloud computing model for enterprise computing. This new model has allowed a le...

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November 10, 2015

Antivirus – Stick a Fork In It?

I am sure by now you have heard the rhetoric statement that Antivirus is DEAD. There has been quote after quote by many technology and security leader...

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November 01, 2015

The Past, Present and Future of SIEM

SIEM technology is something that is critical to providing security teams with the visibility they require to deal with today’s ever expanding threat ...

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August 21, 2014

USB Gone Bad

There has been a lot of talk in the press and across the industry about a new vulnerability called bad USB. It was unveiled a short time ago at the Bl...

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April 09, 2014

The Evolution of Malware and Security Compromise

Malware is evolving and changing at an unprecedented rate. The fact is that 95% of all organizations have been compromised, without their knowledge, i...

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February 03, 2014

Is There A Beacon on My Network?

While many IT security professionals focus on protecting the perimeter with advanced IDS/IPS systems, next generation firewalls and DLP, there are eve...

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