security

IT and Security Teams Must Embrace Rapid Threat Containment

By Mike Johnson, Senior Cybersecurity Architect, Logicalis US

Most malware, phishing, exploits and ransomware threats are built to evade detection and response capabilities. This makes it a real challenge to build your defenses, contain the scope of the attacks and perform the appropriate fixes so you can get back to providing value to your business.

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Cyber Defense Strategies: Basics to Bleeding Edge

By Mike Johnson, Senior Cybersecurity Architect, Logicalis US

When it comes to information security the basics are well documented. There are more Common Security Frameworks (CSF) than I can count on one hand and three of them have mass adoption (NIST, CIS, ISO27001). Implementing the controls within those CSF’s can keep even the most robust IT and Security teams busy for years. Still, they are your best guide to defense of your critical IT systems and data.

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Preventing Cybercrime in Higher Education: 4 Ways CIOs Can Protect Their University’s Data

By Adam Petrovsky, GovEd Practice Leader, Logicalis US

Today, there is a distinct urgency among CIOs and CISOs at colleges and universities nationwide to shore up their IT security measures. Because of the sensitive nature of the information universities possess, when they are not adequately protected, it’s like they’re waving a red flag for cybercriminals saying, “This is the best data – come and get it.”

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Your Email is Out to Get Your Users – Part 1: How did this happen?

Part 1: How did this happen?

By Ron Temske, Vice President of Security Solutions, Logicalis US

Email is widely and increasingly used as an attack vector for malware. In fact, it has become one of the largest attack vectors and no organizational size is immune. Let’s look at the complexities of the challenge IT organizations face when it comes to email as an attack vector and some recommendations for mitigating this threat in your organization.

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Higher Education Requires Complex Compliance with Data Security Regulations

By Adam Petrovsky, GovEd Practice Leader, Logicalis US

Data breach, identity theft, credit card fraud and malware are top-of-mind challenges facing our digital, connected world.  Cybersecurity analysis, threat and identity management, intrusion prevention, and determining encryption standards are challenging topics – making security frameworks more complex and constantly changing.  For Higher Education organizations, these data security problems are magnified due to state and federal regulations.

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