Cybersecurity in the Age of the Coronavirus: VPN Security

More companies are now relying on VPNs for business continuity. As a result, VPN gateways are running at or near capacity. This means that corporate IT departments need to step up proactive security measures and leverage all the tools at their disposal to implement security controls and keep traffic load manageable so that the VPN […]

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Adsero’s New Partnership Expands Solutions Offering

March 25, 2021|IT Security, IT Services, Managed Services, Security Awareness Training, Security Operations, Security Patching TAMPA, Fla. – March 25, 2021 –  Adsero Security and Ballast Services are pleased to announce their integrated partnership to provide comprehensive IT security compliance and managed services. Business leaders are challenged with complex and fragmented cyber security services, and […]

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The Principle of Least Privilege

The Principle of Least Privilege (PoLP) is the idea that every user, program, or process has access only to the information that are necessary to complete its function. As this topic has traditionally been used for government purposes, businesses and organizations have begun to implement PoLP with their employees. PoLP is a crucial component in […]

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Cybersecurity in the Age of the Coronavirus: Cybercrime

The Coronavirus pandemic has remolded us into a digitally dependent world. The directives of social distancing forced a rapid shift of activities from the physical world to the digital world. The platforms that are used to host business meetings are now the same platforms used to host virtual celebrations and gatherings. The lines between our […]

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So SolarWinds Happened…Now What?

No one wants to be the next SolarWinds. Of course the SolarWinds attack that was conducted was a very methodical and well planned attack but at the end of the day it comes down to implementing and governing best security practices. And, yes, most companies are not equipped or prepared for this type of attack […]

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SIEMs like you need monitoring!

Organizations currently are dealing with unprecedented times during this pandemic. COVID-19 and its high infection rates are basically single handedly changing how many organizations function. Many organizations were caught off guard by having to switch to a work-from-home model. Based on past trends, and COVID-19 coming to the forefront of organizations, it also has come […]

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Critical Windows Server Vulnerability Now Seen In The Wild

A critical Windows Server vulnerability that affects Microsoft Windows Servers that are configured as Domain Controllers has been seen in the wild for the first time this week according to Microsoft. The vulnerability known as CVE-2020-1472 or “Zerologon” as its being called allows an attacker to gain control over an Active Directory Domain Controller within […]

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The Top Cybersecurity Mistakes Made by Companies

According to research, there has been a push to implement cybersecurity programs in businesses in all sectors. However, several companies are disregarding important aspects of cybersecurity. Having an inadequate cybersecurity program enables attackers to penetrate the company network. This article will highlight the top cybersecurity mistakes made by companies. Not Understanding Who the Program is […]

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