In the February Tech Talk Webinar entitled, "SCCM Troubleshooting Part II" Scott introduced the new Support Center for client troubleshooting which became available in 1810. It provides real-time log viewing, or capturing the state of a Configuration Manager client computer for later analysis.
CSI Tech Talk Webinar – Troubleshooting SCCM Configuration Manager Part II – Introducing Support Center – Recording Available
The financial sector has long been heavily targeted by cybercriminals. Over the years, the number of attacks that involved extortion, social engineering, and credential-stealing malware has surged rapidly. This means that financial institutions should strive to familiarize themselves with the threats and the agents behind them. Here are seven new threats and tactics, techniques, and […]
The US-CERT (Computer Emergency Response Team) recently gave a presentation on what China has been doing to hack anything they can hack with the goal of stealing intellectual property, money and personally identifiable information. While most public sector schools and government agencies are generally not vast repositories of intellectual property, they do manage and transfer large sums of money and contain lots of student and staff personal information.
Today’s computer users often forget or are unaware of how much sensitive information their devices store. The ability to save passwords, credit card numbers, and personal messages is undeniably convenient, but it’s also a huge liability. If you’re thinking about getting rid of your Mac, make sure to follow these steps first. Sign into all […]
Today, you simply can’t survive without a Wi-Fi connection. Businesses need fast, secure, and reliable internet to get work done and satisfy customers. But what about when you experience Wi-Fi issues? These fixes ought to do the trick! Range constraints Wi-Fi works via radio waves that are broadcast from a central hub, usually a piece […]
Weekly Tech Tidbit – It Happened Again. The Dark Side of Third Party Vendor Equipment On Your Network
We constantly harp on all of you segregating third-party vendor equipment on to vendor VLANs. The purpose of that is to keep third-party vendor equipment completely away from your internal network. Ideally, we don't want these vendors to see, touch, or ask your internal network anything.