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August 1, 2022
Best Practice Tips for a Secure Office 365 Environment

Phishing and social engineering are constantly the most significant threats to any organization. As you know, the weakest link in any organization is its employees. Unfortunately, slipping up and clicking that phishing link can be very costly and damaging. According to the Verizon DBIR, 25% of all data breaches involve some phishing to get in […]

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July 22, 2022
Extortion is Replacing Ransomware

Extortion and Blackmail There has been a shift in ransomware and how threat actors choose to exploit and receive paydays from their attacks. The traditional method of holding a company's data hostage is starting to phase out, and a new strategy has emerged. Threat actors are not choosing to extort compromised entities to ensure their […]

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June 29, 2022
The Future of Work and the Role of Virtual Desktop

As a society, we have officially shifted into a new era of defining what "Work" looks like. With the quick shift to remote work paired with the ongoing demands of increased labor and the need for specific skill sets that are in shortage, we are likely to witness a global shift in what the future […]

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June 21, 2022
Security and IT in Healthcare Sector is Vital but Daunting

Virtual Desktops | An IT solution for Healthcare Providers The healthcare industry can be complicated and frustrating for anyone managing IT security and compliance. For good reason, having so many certifications, restrictions, and regulations in place is vital to delivering better patient outcomes. The lack of resources and outdated or undermanaged technologies hinder some of […]

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June 8, 2022
Follina and other Microsoft Zero-Day Responses

The ever-increasing Microsoft 0-day vulnerabilities alone will leave you sleepless at night. Why wouldn't threat actors target Microsoft? According to their blog, over 1 billion active devices are running Windows 10 alone globally. This astonishing number should be very eye-opening for any small to medium-sized business running Windows operating systems. You have to ask yourself, […]

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May 31, 2022
SOC 2: The Security and Compliance Balancing Act

Everyone wants that SOC2 seal of approval for their business, thinking that it makes them more secure and marketable. In reality, the SOC2 for most organizations is a balancing act between security and compliance controls to make the organization FEEL and LOOK secure. Since organizations can dictate the scope of what the SOC2 audits, it […]

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May 16, 2022
Virtual Desktops Make Windows PrintNightmare Less of a Nightmare

Calling the recent Windows PrintNightmare security vulnerability “bad” is a serious contender for understatement of the year. Every single device running Microsoft Windows – from laptops, desktops, and servers – was revealed to have a gaping security hole, one that hackers have been able to climb through for God knows how long and then poke […]

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May 4, 2022
TetherView - Virtual Desktops are Replacing Laptops by Creating Highly Secure and Compliant Digital Workspaces

A virtual desktop is a desktop that can be accessed over the internet from practically anywhere and performs in the same way as a physical desktop when using a Virtual Desktop Infrastructure. Anyone can log on using a PC, Mac, laptop, iPad, Browser, or smartphone, broadening the range of devices and operating systems they can […]

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April 25, 2022
Virtual Desktops - The Ultimate Solution for achieving IT Compliance

In the era of digital transformation, all businesses exist digitally and whether you like it or not, your business’s data lives everywhere. This presents many advantages, chief among them being increased flexibility and agility. But when it comes to compliance with government regulations such as NIST 800-171, many businesses find themselves at a loss. How […]

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March 8, 2022
Paralysis by Analysis: When companies fail to act, cybercriminals win

The average time to detect and contain a data breach is 287 days (212 to detect, 75 to contain). That’s 287 days a cybercriminal is inside your network, wreaking havoc, stealing company information. On the other side of the coin, what’s the average time it takes for a company to make decisions about improving their […]

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