We have all had at a flood of information come at us in the last nine months regarding ransomware, malware, and cyber security options from all different quarters (cyber-seminars, vendors, various government agencies, and from even yours truly). It is easy to see how one could get a bit lost as to how to decide […]
Weekly Tech Tidbit – How to take the first steps to protect your school district
Weekly Tech Tidbit – If you woke up and LDAP authentication were dead, what would you do?
Microsoft has announced they are tightening the security standards for LDAP communications on Microsoft Active Directory networks. This has huge implications as there are so many things in a typical school district’s use that require some form of LDAP communication.
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Weekly Tech Tidbits – Monsters and robbers and other things that go bump in the night
Happy New Year! Unfortunately, there is no rest for the weary fighting the battle to keep everyone safe. Today I read a couple of scary articles: “Couple says their Smart Home was hacked” Most of you are installing all of these IoT, IP enabled devices throughout your network.
Weekly Tech Tidbit – Thank You!
As 2019 comes to a close, on behalf of everyone here at CSI, I would like to say thank you for entrusting us with your technology needs. We appreciate the opportunity to be a part of providing an outstanding educational experience to all your students and staff.
Weekly Tech Tidbit – Happy Holidays. When in doubt lie …. and calibrate your UPSes
Happy Holidays. As we go through the last full school week before the holiday break, I have a couple of quick professional and personal thoughts: You should use the holiday break to re-calibrate your UPSes. Remember Smart UPSes need periodic re-calibration.
Weekly Tech Tidbit – “You will be breached. Plan for failure of your systems. It is all about the backup”
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.
Are Printers The Trojan Horse In Your Network?
We have all heard the story of the Trojan Horse. The Greeks built it and left it in front of Troy. The Greek army left. The Trojans went outside the gates and wheeled it into the city. At night the Greek version of Special Forces jumped out and destroyed Troy.
CSI’s 4th Annual CyberSecurity Event – Tuesday, December 10th – Last Chance To Register!
Note: The response to our CyberSecurity Event has been overwhelming. To accommodate everyone who wants to attend we have moved it to a much large conference room. We do have a few seats still available. This is your last chance to sign up for this event.
Weekly Tech Tidbit – Security Steps you can take TODAY
Bob and are now multiple years in discussing the same thing – how to improve your district’s security footprint. For most of that time many ignored our warnings as too hard, too expensive, or “on my list”. But when a member of the family dies, everything becomes very real and suddenly what is impossible becomes […]