The new, secure normal

Working with clients throughout the past few weeks has been nothing short of interesting. Our customers have different levels of security, depending on the type of business they run. And these days, they’ve had to take a second look at their systems and...

This is no time to let your guard down.

With so many companies closed and employees not in the buildings, it’s important that systems are checked regularly. When people are able to return to work, they will want to step right back in where they left things – and have all systems...

Does your entry need two-factor authentication?

These days, it’s not at all unusual to have to confirm identify before accessing an account or completing a transaction online. It’s not enough to simply input the username and password; you also must verify a code you received via text on a trusted device. Be sure...

How nervous should we be about coronavirus?

The threat of novel coronavirus has been significant enough for Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar to declare a public health emergency, but is the threat overhyped? At least one expert is trying to put the issue into perspective. Danny Kaine, head of...

Considering insider threats

What’s the most important integration into every system that we service and/or install? People. Every single system must integrate with people in some way. Every integration point opens up a new opportunity for a threat. This post from Security Magazine really raised...