What You Should Be Asking Your IT Company About Cybersecurity

As many businesses around the world continue to fall victim to cyber attacks, it's important now more than ever to reevaluate and potentially add to any protective measures already in place. Current cybersecurity measures are critical, as more

11 Mar 2020
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Vulnerability Found in Microsoft Exchange Server

A remote code execution vulnerability exists in Microsoft Exchange Server when the server fails to properly create unique keys at install time.

Knowledge of the validation key allows an authenticated user with a mailbox to pass arbitrary objects

10 Mar 2020
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Talking About Cybersecurity Partners With Your Clients

IT companies have been in charge of small businesses’ computer networks for decades. The trust that owners have in their IT company  is on the same level as the trust they have for their business attorney. This trust was earned gradually over the

28 Feb 2020
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Small Business Cybersecurity Quick Wins

Small businesses are quickly deploying various technologies to better serve their customers and manage their business more efficiently. Different kinds of technologies, however, come with a variety of risks and, thus, require alternative

20 Feb 2020
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Why Government Agencies Need A Cyberattack Readiness Plan

Recently, an increasing number of government agencies all across the country have fallen prey to a series of cyberattacks that have resulted in financial loss and systemwide shutdowns. The frequency, organization, and impact of these cyberattacks

17 Feb 2020
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Flaws Expose Local, State Authorities In Coming Election

In 2019, Ingalls was called upon to help respond to a variety of different breach response scenarios that involved ransomware attacks against a significant number of commercial, non-profit, and government organizations. In addition to our breach

29 Jan 2020
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