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Posted on 01.13.20 by June Castillote

Install Free Let’s Encrypt SSL SAN Certificate for Exchange 2019

When an Exchange organization is made available for external and internal access, the proper SSL certificate must be installed on the server. 

Posted on 01.07.20 by Greg Mooney

Security Considerations for Data in the Cloud

On-premise data centers vs. the cloud: which environment offers stronger data security?

Posted on 12.30.19 by Greg Mooney

Podcast: Using Automation and Threat Modeling to Protect Your Network

Proper security hygiene is impossible without some form of automation. Too many hours are wasted due to manual effort when security and IT teams could be spending time on more critical issues.

Posted on 12.26.19 by Michael O'Dwyer

5 Cybersecurity Trends to Look Out for in 2020

2019 was an interesting year for cybersecurity, with a wide variety of data breaches that drove a growing awareness of the essential nature of cybersecurity and perhaps a deserved respect for those in the industry.

Posted on 12.18.19 by Dan Franciscus

Protecting Local Credentials with LAPS

One of the most significant issues faced in a Microsoft Windows environment is the ability to steal credentials and utilize these credentials to move throughout the network laterally.

Posted on 12.13.19 by Dan Franciscus

Setting Up A Persistent SSH Tunnel

Adversaries can utilize MITM attacks to steal credentials, even when they are protected by SSL.

Posted on 12.10.19 by Jeff Edwards

Avast CCleaner Hit by Another Attempted Attack: What's the Issue?

It happened again, the Avast CCleaner application has been targeted by another attempted supply chain attack. This most recent supply chain attack should serve as an important security reminder for everyone.

Posted on 12.09.19 by Michael O'Dwyer

A VPN is NOT A Security Tool! It's in the Name

Some may argue that VPNs enhance security (encrypted connections etc.) but their core aim is privacy – it’s in the name – virtual private network.

Posted on 12.04.19 by Greg Mooney

Nine Holiday Security Tips for E-Commerce Retailers

The holidays just might be “the most wonderful time of the year” as the old-time carol says. But for IT security teams that oversee e-commerce websites, the holidays can also be “the scariest time of the year.”

Posted on 11.27.19 by Dan Franciscus

Using Powershell Authenticode Certificates to Self-Sign Application

One of the best ways to protect your servers and workstations from malware is to limit the execution of untrusted files.

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