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Vulnerability assessments are intended to identify, evaluate, and prioritize potential security vulnerabilities within an organization’s systems, including information technology and communications systems. Organizations are able to assess risks that might be associated with any weaknesses or evolving threats that are … Continue reading

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Ethical Hacking

Ethical hacking, also known as penetration testing or white hat hacking, is the concept of intentionally making an attempt to intrude or penetrate an organization’s IT environment to determine if there are any threats or vulnerabilities that a malicious attacker … Continue reading

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Risk Intelligence

Risk intelligence, also referred to as threat intelligence in the IT world, assists organizations gain valuable knowledge about cyber threats that could or have already impacted its systems. However, the process of gathering, analyzing, and applying this intelligence can be … Continue reading

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Penetration Testing

Penetration tests are performed to determine if there are any weaknesses within your organization’s IT environment. This includes business processes, improper configurations, security settings, password issues (e.g. transmission of unencrypted passwords and password reuse), and storage of user credentials. Because … Continue reading

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Multi-Factor Authentication

Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is a security authentication process in which an individual computer user’s credentials are verified to grant them access to a secure environment. The authentication process requires at least two independent credentials: To gain access to a secured … Continue reading

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Firewall Management

The main purpose of a firewall is to protect a computer network from external cyber attacks by analyzing traffic inbound from, and outbound to the Internet, and blocking data which appears malicious based on pattern-matching algorithms. Firewalls also have the … Continue reading

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Endpoint Protection

Endpoint protection (endpoint security) is a method for protecting computer networks that connect to client devices (e.g. laptop computers, tablets, and phones), either remotely or through the use of wireless devices. The intent of endpoint protection is to ensure that … Continue reading

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Technical Framework maintains continuously updated, granular documentation on client PCs, Servers, Macs, and other devices which are on a managed services contract. Documented information includes hardware inventory, software inventory, configuration, and support ticket information which serves the change management process. … Continue reading

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Data Leak Prevention

Data Leak Prevention (DLP), also referred to as Data Loss Prevention, is a tactic implemented by organizations to prevent its users from sending information that is considered sensitive or critical to locations outside of your organization’s computer network. Business rules … Continue reading

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Microsoft SharePoint

While not suited for public-facing websites, SharePoint is the most powerful corporate information management portal when considering its costs of acquisition and ownership. SharePoint Online ups the ante by providing hosting and infrastructure support which allows corporations to focus on … Continue reading

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