Secure and Private

Imagine this type of message arriving on your cell phone: “Psst. I’ve got a secret. A secret that you just have to know but you can’t share with anyone. I know you’ll keep it to yourself. Yes, you will. I can trust you. You’ve always been so trusting with what I told you before.

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Microsoft Office 365 ravaged by ransomware

Many users feel safe behind their monitors and why shouldn’t they? With the myriad of IT security measures available out there, it’s easy to make any device feel like Fort Knox. What many people underestimate though, is the tenacity and relentless determination which cyber criminals have when searching for the tiniest loophole they can find […]

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Partner Post: Cybersecurity for Education: Learn from the Experts

Used with the permission of http://thenetwork.cisco.com/ Cybersecurity for Education: Learn from the Experts Matthew Gibbs – August 8, 2016 – 0 Comments Previously on the blog, we’ve discussed why cybersecurity is such an important topic in the education space, including the different types of attacks schools, colleges and universities might face, such as ransomware.

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4 ways that hybrid clouds benefit SMBs

Here on earth, clouds are relatively simple phenomena: visible masses of water vapor making their way across the sky. But in the world of IT, “the cloud” is a bit more complex, referring to technology that allows businesses to take a more hands-off approach to managing their IT resources.

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Partner Post: Cisco Closes ‘Security Effectiveness Gap’

Cisco’s architectural approach makes security more effective and simple for customers JULY 11, 2016 LAS VEGAS, NV – July 11, 2016 – Cisco today announced new services and cloud-based security solutions built with Cisco’s threat-centric security architecture.

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