Category Archives: security

  • December 6, 2021

RapidDeploy helps first responders defend public safety with Azure Sentinel

With public safety and customer trust at stake, #RapidDeploy takes cybersecurity seriously. When RapidDeploy implemented a Security Information and Event Management ( #SIEM ) system, it chose #Microsoft Azure Sentinel, one of the world's first cloud-native SIEMs. Watch the video for the full story.

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  • November 10, 2021

Security Solution Overview

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With #Microsoft #AdvancedThreatProtection, #AzureSecurity, and #AzureSentinel you can reduce the number of security vendors you manage and safeguard your organization, without sacrificing productivity. Together they form a complete, intelligent solution that helps secure corporate data and protect against bad actors, while taking advantage of the transformative opportunities presented by...

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  • November 8, 2021

Construction giant gains competitive edge with zero-trust approach to security

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Long-time #Microsoft customer, #TheWalshGroup chose the Microsoft Azure team when they were ready to invest in integrated Threat Protection with a zero-trust approach. See how the company gained a competitive edge in the article below.

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Free CYBERSECURITY Handbook

Due to the massive workforce shift from working in-office to working remotely, the demand for Windows Virtual Desktop has increased. Microsoft continues to work around the clock to ensure its customers have best-in-class experiences with the Azure Migration Program, an enhanced Teams experience, and more. Check out the newest...

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How to setup Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)

By setting up MFA, you add an extra layer of security to your Microsoft 365 account sign-in. For example, you first specify your password and, when prompted, you also type averification code sent to your phone. To start the MFA setup process close and re-open Outlook. (if you use...

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  • May 9, 2021

Free Cyber Security Training

Cyber threats are here to stay and we need to learn to deal with the increasing threat. User awareness/training is essential as part of any companies strategy to protect themselves. Even a basic level of cyber training can be very effective in increasing a companies protection against cyber threats....

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Making Azure Sentinel work for you

Microsoft Azure Sentinel is the first Security Incident and Event Management (SIEM) solution built into a major public cloud platform that delivers intelligent security analytics across enterprise environments and offers automatic scalability to meet changing needs. This new white paper outlines best practice recommendations for configuring data sources for Azure Sentinel,...

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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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