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IT Monitoring and Alerting: What you don’t know can hurt you

Your IT team has a lot on its hands. Managing dozens of technologies ranging from firewalls to mobile devices means that just keeping everything patched and up to date can be a problem. But if something goes wrong with any of these technologies, it can be an even bigger problem. Add in the fact that there were 5.6 billion malware attacks and 4.8 trillion intrusion attempts in 2020, and you probably have plenty more on your mind.

Tim Burke

What audio visual equipment does your organization need?

When you consider today’s revolutionary audio visual (AV) technologies, it is best to think of these products and systems as communications tools. As I’m sure you are aware, good communication is one of the keys to success in business, and modern AV technology can help you strengthen relationships inside your organization, build stronger ties with clients, and extend your reach to potential new business.

So what solutions are best for your business? Here are some ideas.

Tim Burke

Why Your Business Needs Access Control

Safeguarding the physical security of your IT infrastructure and the valuable information it contains should be a primary objective of every organization. Obviously, the same goes for your other assets, including facilities, equipment, and most importantly personnel.

Tim Burke

How Tabletop Exercises Can Enhance Your Risk Management Processes

Tabletop exercises led by a risk management professional can help your team prepare for any potential cybersecurity incident or natural disaster. As cybercrime has spiked and natural disasters including hurricanes and wildfires are becoming more frequent, many organizations are employing a rigorous set of risk-management practices known as “tabletop exercises.”

Tim Burke

What is Zero Trust Network Access and Why Does it Matter?

The pandemic gave a hearty push to the migration to remote work. And, while the pandemic may soon be in the rear-view mirror, working from home is here to stay. Point in fact: Bloomberg says U.S. job listings that tout working remotely as a benefit have more than doubled in the past year. Another recent study found that remote workers—overwhelmingly at 97 percent—would like to work remotely at least part of the time for the rest of their careers. With employees now scattered everywhere you can no longer be certain that every device that’s connected to your network is authenticated and behind a firewall. The traditional delivery of security services simply doesn’t work anymore because your organization no longer has a clearly defined perimeter.

Tim Burke

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