Network Security

What exactly are the IT services that an MSP can provide to a business? Because IT managed services is such a broad concept, you must determine what type of technical support is required. The main issue here is that there is no one-size-fits-all solution! Radiant Technology Solutions, for example, offers a variety of IT managed services, some of the most important of which appear to be...

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Cyber security has never been more critical than it is right now. Every day, it seems as though a new story about a large organization falling victim to the latest cyber attack is published. Certain businesses, however, are more vulnerable than others. The industries that are most concerned about cyber security are typically those with a great deal of influence. It's critical to remember that cyber...

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The Economic Impact of Network Downtime (And How to Prevent It) While every business strives to minimize expenses, the majority overlook the true cost of network downtime. The cost of network downtime is calculated as the sum of lost productivity, revenue, recovery costs, and intangible costs. With so many other costs and concerns vying for your attention, technology is all too easily pushed to the bottom of...

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5 Unintended Ways That Companies Compromise Their Network Security Solid organization security is a considerable necessity in today’s world, that is not going to come as a surprise to anyone. Nonetheless, making and keeping an impenetrable organization is something that stays a slippery objective for some enterprises. Organizations of all sizes are continuously struggling with the battle of guaranteeing that each potential security gap is sealed...

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ransomware

A new malware strain has been identified. Nicknamed Babuk Locker, the strain is aimed squarely at corporate networks. Based on an analysis of the code, security experts have concluded that the malware was designed by mid-level hackers. It's a bit of an amateur effort, but the malware is proficiently designed, and the encryption function is rock solid, so if you fall victim to this ransomware, there's no...

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remote worker

The amount of people who work from home has slowly increased from year to year. In 2020 that number skyrocketed as companies across the globe were forced to implement telecommuting policies. Making the transition from traditional office to home office has brought some challenges, but arguably the most challenging aspect of the process has been maintaining cyber security. Now in 2021 the need for remote...

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Data breaches serve as a continual reminder that consumers’ personal data is susceptible to exposure and risks. With data breaches happening every day, the industry is required to take regulatory actions that aim to heighten the awareness regarding data privacy and data protection requirements. In fact, there has been an introduction of multiple bills in the US Congress that would protect consumers against data breach. While...

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Multifactor Authentication

Who has access to your business’s network? At first glance, the answer may seem simple: your employees. However, if your business is one of many that does not use multifactor authentication (MFA), you may be unintentionally exposing your employees’ accounts to hacking attempts.  MFA is a method of authentication that requires users to provide one or more additional proof of identity besides their password. The goal...

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Cyber-Security is one of the most challenging aspects of running a small to medium sized business. With limited technical proficiency and resources small business owners often reach out to Managed IT Service companies to secure their systems and lessen risk. Still, not all IT Services companies have the expertise to provide expert cyber-security guidance to their customers. Small business owners should seek out IT providers that stay in...

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Phishing emails are an attempt to gain access to sensitive or personal information such as usernames, passwords, financial or personal information by criminals who have disguised themselves as a legitimate person or business. The intent is to use this information for illegal activities. Phishing has been around for nearly 20 years, first used as a phrase sometime around 1996 by hackers stealing America Online information....

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