Last week I talked about the importance of Cloud Backup in our new remote teaching and learning and back-office school environments. This week I am going to talk about secure and reliable communications. The reality is that the number one threat to your network is your users clicking on attachments or web links that lead […]
For the last few years Microsoft has been talking about “Modern” this or “Modern” that. In the quest for improved security they are agressively trying to move everyone to more modern protocols. The impending LDAPS changes are an example of this. However, there are more processes and protocols that they are urging you to retire.
The Cybersecurity news has been pretty depressing over the last week. I read an article that a Cybersecurity insurance company is refusing to pay for a Merck breach incident because it is NotPetya and that is from Russia and was designed as a cyber warfare tool.
Now that we have shifted to predominantly remote workers and remote teaching and learning, we have a number of new challenges as well as increased threats. Challenge #1 – Remote File Access. The solution is moving files from traditional home directories and traditional common drives to cloud-based shared folders and home directories.
I have been watching the Cisco AMP and Paladin CyberSentinel Managed Endpoint Detect & Respond consoles for a number of clients of late. One thing is extremely apparent. Your administrators are under constant attack from emails with fake invoices, as well as Microsoft Word and Excel documents – all of which are infected.
CSI is excited to announce our third hands-on learning event entitled “Introducing Microsoft Teams for Next Generation Classroom Teaching and Learning” in our classroom in partnership with Microsoft on Tuesday, April 17th from 9 am until 1 pm. Microsoft Teams is the digital hub that brings conversations, content, and apps together in one place.