6 Ways to Keep Your WordPress Site Secure

More than 60 million sites depend on WordPress. Unfortunately, WordPress is also popular with hackers. To attack WordPress sites, hackers often exploit vulnerabilities found in the plugins that extend WordPress functionality. These attacks are becoming ever more common, and frequently end up affecting hundreds of thousands of sites. However,...

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Biggest Monitoring Mistake Companies Make

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By far the biggest and most common mistake most companies make when it comes to security monitoring is they monitor too much. Just because you can does not mean you should. Modern IT systems create huge amounts of data and metrics to monitor, and most of the modern Security...

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Split Tunnel VPNs Improve Performance of Cloud Apps for Remote Workers

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Split Tunnel VPNs Improve Performance of Cloud Apps for Remote Workers Virtual private networks (VPN) are still the mainstay for providing users with remote access to corporate resources when working from home. But with remote access networks under more strain due to the global health pandemic, many employees are...

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Cybercriminals Actively Targeting Work-From-Home Employees By All Possible Means

In the wake of the COVID-19 global epidemic, organizations are forced to switch to Work From Home (WFH) strategies to keep their businesses running. And although this is not a new trend, especially in the IT industry, this time it is much different in terms of the scope and...

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New DNS Vulnerability Lets Attackers Launch Large-Scale DDoS Attacks

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Israeli cybersecurity researchers have disclosed details about a new flaw impacting DNS protocol that can be exploited to launch amplified, large-scale distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks to takedown targeted websites. Called NXNSAttack, the flaw hinges on the DNS delegation mechanism to force DNS resolvers to generate more DNS queries to authoritative...

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  • May 24, 2020

Outlook for Windows client to store email signature in the cloud

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With so many regular updates and features being released, there are not many features that get the attention of our support desk, however with the release of outlook signatures being saved in the cloud, this is one that has our support desk excited. Microsoft plans to release an update...

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Microsoft Patches Gif Vulnerability in Teams

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Microsoft Patches Gif Vulnerability in Teams Microsoft is incredibly proud of its Teams application and the adoption it has seen during the past few weeks. The communication tool has become a cornerstone of Office and the company continues to invest heavily in its long-term success. So when a vulnerability is...

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  • April 26, 2020

MS Teams PowerPoint Tip

I found the great MS Teams tip for new users.  If you have ever tried to use a PowerPoint presentation in a MS teams meeting you will love this tip. How to use PowerPoint Presenter Mode in a Teams sharing session.     Thanks Karl Kocar for the video.

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  • April 15, 2020

Top 10 ways to secure Office 365 and Microsoft 365 Business plans

If you are a small or medium-size organization using one of Microsoft’s business plans and your type of organization is targeted by cyber criminals and hackers, use the guidance in this article to increase the security of your organization. This guidance helps your organization achieve the goals described in...

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  • April 13, 2020

Modernizing SharePoint Managed Metadata Services (MMS)

We have completed several SharePoint projects for our clients.  From our experience we have found two broad categories of SharePoint users, those that have simply dumped their data in SharePoint and continue to work they way they always have with their previous on premise server.   For these clients we...

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