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Web Threat Defense - The Ultimate Protection

Posted by Five Nines on Aug 16, 2017 10:50:08 AM

Technology plays such a strong role in the daily life of users, it's almost uncomfortable to imagine life before it. As technology has advanced, so has its users, utilizing technical tools to bring ease and efficiency to their lives. This has pushed individuals and businesses forward in many ways, but has also caused them to be vulnerable in other ways.

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Topics: Security, Outsourced IT

What You Need To Know About Next-Generation Firewalls

Posted by Five Nines on Aug 2, 2017 11:16:55 AM

 

There are so many components put into place to protect your organization on the technical side, it's difficult to differentiate between each one. So, when we talk about a firewall, more specifically a Next-Generation Firewall, what are we talking about? Here is what you need to know, and why Next-Generation Firewalls are important.

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Topics: Security, Outsourced IT

3 Ways To Keep Your Business Email Account Safe

Posted by Five Nines on Jul 26, 2017 2:18:29 PM

The most common way most business users share information with one another is through their work email addresses. Aside from sharing important information, business emails assist users with coordinating projects, setting up meetings, and organizing shared files. Keeping business email accounts safe is crucial in the protection of internal information. 

We wanted to provide 3 specific ways users can keep their business email accounts secure and protected. Download the infographic below for a printable visual you can share with your fellow users.

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Topics: Security

How To Know When It's Time To replace a server

Posted by Five Nines on Jul 12, 2017 12:15:22 PM

 

To find out how Five Nines goes beyond the tools to inject a human element when checking on your network, download our FREE infographic: 

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Your server is a diamond in the rough of the technology that runs your business. It supports all your hard work; projects, processes, and important organizational documents. Taking good care of your server will keep it running at its highest efficiency level, keeping the production of your business focused and continuous.

To accomplish this, it’s important to keep a close eye on the status of your server or servers. You may find yourself asking, "How will I know when it's time to replace my server?"

 

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Topics: Security, Outsourced IT, End of Life

4 Technological Solutions That Will Change the Way You Work

Posted by Five Nines on Jul 5, 2017 9:47:37 AM

Your computer keeps freezing. You can't make a phone call, and you have a meeting in an hour. You are locked out of your Outlook account.

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Topics: Security, Outsourced IT

What Does Connectivity Have To Do With It?

Posted by Five Nines on Jun 21, 2017 11:12:43 AM

One of the major components to our client's success is the effectiveness of their connectivity. Just as it sounds, connectivity is the state of being connected, a back of mind concept for many users. This component is crucial in how different pieces of technology work together to provide a flawless work environment. 

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Topics: Security, Outsourced IT

Internet Safety – 5 Best Practices for Keeping Your Business Safe

Posted by Brandt Weatherl on Jul 13, 2016 3:09:14 PM

 

It is no secret that your business could be under attack by cybercriminals at any moment of any day. It is the basic fact of business in the internet age. Providing small business security against these probing cyber criminals requires a culture of security within a business. Check out the five best practices for keeping your business safe below.

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Topics: Security

The Year of Ransomware: What you need to know to protect your data

Posted by Blaine Kahle on May 25, 2016 4:10:39 PM

"Help_Decrypt_Your_Files," the year of ransomware has officially arrived. These 4 words can turn a business upside down with one click of the mouse. Your calendar, your kid's baseball schedule, payroll information for hundreds of nurses - to nothing, everything is encrypted. The emotional moments following are filled with panic and distress; someone or something has locked all of your files. A popup will then notify you of a specific amount of time you have to pay via untraceable bitcoins in order to retrieve your files, or lose them forever.

This has become the reality for many businesses across the country. With 90,000 machines being infected on a daily basis, it’s a dire situation. For Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center in Los Angeles, it was more than a harsh reality. After being attacked with ransomware, the hospital was forced to shuffle its patients to nearby facilities for weeks as they paid their attackers to regain file control.

Traditional antivirus solutions require manual intervention by a human to review new potential virus or malware threats. Only after a threat has been captured and analyzed is it is added to the database of known threats. While this was a successful method for a long time, hackers have since found ways to disguise and mutate viruses to pass detection. So, while the traditional method of virus detection helps to contain known “old” viruses, it does very little in preventing new ones from invading.

What do you need to know to protect your data?

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Topics: Security

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