Here are steps to help you organize, prioritize, and ask the right questions to modify your Business Continuity Plan (BCP) to be airtight for the next business-impacting disaster.
Your managed service provider (MSP) is one of the most important players on your team. Are they stepping up at this critical moment? If not, find a new one, fast.
The best thing you can do is create a list of trusted sources. Here are some sources we recommend.
Attackers were buying domains, building malicious websites, and creating phishing scams to steal information and shut down IT networks, including those at critical health facilities.
Once impacted by ransomware, large hospitals to small physician practices struggle with issues such as if and how to pay a ransom, or how to maintain a safe patient environment with a critical system down.
Sending employees home to work remotely isn’t business as usual. Companies have had to act fast, and some things are inevitably getting lost in the shuffle.
Things are moving fast, and that means we have to do the best we can with what we have while still ensuring data is secure.
Here are some of the larger and longer-term trends our Managed Detection & Response teams are seeing across our client base that should be on your radar.
As if managing potential exposure and health risks of COVID-19 aren’t enough, we’re also dealing with market volatility, economic uncertainty, and transitioning our workforces to remote work.
It was only a matter of time before bad actors began preying on people’s fear of the coronavirus pandemic—and that time is now.
Here are the top four reasons you may want to keep (or retire) your local Exchange server(s) after an Office 365 migration.