Back in January 2010 when SQL Server 2008 R2 was released, the world was a different place. The very first iPad had yet to be sold, Alabama beat Texas to…
A properly managed IT infrastructure is one of the most important decisions you can make and is critical for building a scalable organization.
Did you know the second most common reason a hedge fund is hacked is through a vendor?
“We can’t do that,” was the response from IT. The request came last year from counsel after the private equity firm decided not to move forward with a new acquisition, which meant it needed to remove all related deal data from its systems.
MongoDB has been around since 2007, but only recently started getting more attention as a viable database solution. I’m often asked why I would choose MongoDB over SQL, and here are the reasons I usually give...
If you aren’t being proactive when managing your database environment, you’re essentially waiting for on an outage or critical issue to identify issues in production. Isn’t that too late?
One of the first steps when onboarding a client to Agio’s DBA Service, is to dig deep into their environment, ensuring everything is configured according to best practices and industries standards.
The FBI has identified business email compromise, or BEC, as one of the most ubiquitous forms of cybercrime in use today.
That’s right, it’s not as good as it should be, but let’s redirect blame to the bad actors and the ingenious methods they use to evade your end point security.
Worms, viruses, phishing, advanced persistent threats (APT), IoT devices, users clicking on bad links, attacks from organized nation states...where do you start to defend?
In order to achieve our vision, we had to have the skills, methodology and overall infusion of cybersecurity leadership and discipline into our firm.
Read our security team's debrief on the latest critical cybersecurity threat.
Since founding Agio, potential clients come to us for almost always one reason, and it's the same reason that led me to start Agio.
Sometimes, the information that’s given away has more value to the recipient than it does to you.
Don’t be lulled into a false sense of security just because news of breaches usually involve enterprise mainframes. You’re equally vulnerable and exposed on the other end of the IT spectrum.