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Ransomware Future: Fasten Your Seat Belts 2018 Is Here

By Cloud Syndicate / January 29, 2018

Ransomware Future 2017 was a breakout year for Ransomware, although a prominent feature and topic of discussion in IT sector it had managed to stay out of the public eye and common parlance. This all changed on May 12th, 2017

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WordPress Security 101 – Internal Monitoring Systems and Web Hosting

By CloudTweaks / October 25, 2017

Internal Monitoring Systems Securing your WordPress site requires a lot of adjustments, manual or automated. The “manual” mode relies on a wealth of plugins and little tweaks that give you granular control over what you can do, and how much

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Are You Doing Enough To Protect Your Business From Ransomware? Probably Not

By Cloud Syndicate / October 19, 2017

Protect Your Business From Ransomware Ransomware is more advanced than ever. If you aren’t updating your security with that in mind, you’re in trouble. Here’s why. $6 million as ZDNet reports. “Researchers at Carbon Black monitored dark web forums for offerings

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Cloud Kickstart for AWS: Cutting Cloud Adoption Time In Half

By Kiril Kirilov / August 3, 2017

Cloud Kickstart for AWS Cloud Technology Partners (CTP) have unveiled a new solution for moving to the cloud which should interest anyone needing to deploy Amazon Web Services rapidly across an organisation. Cloud Kickstart for Amazon Web Services enables organisations

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Turn to the Cloud as Part of Your Data Breach Strategy

By Daren Glenister / June 13, 2017

Data Breach Strategy The latest Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report is out, and the verdict is in: data breaches are on the rise. While the news shouldn’t surprise anyone, there are some actionable insights to help improve cybersecurity organizational approaches

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Has Cybersecurity Become Too Reactive in this Day and Age?

By Josh Hamilton / June 6, 2017

Cybersecurity Too Reactive? Cybersecurity today has become far too reactive. The constant innovation of hackers has meant that defenses are made up of a patchwork of web application firewalls, end-point protection, data-loss protection, and more. This can lead to a

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Disaster Recovery Planning Should Be Non-negotiable For Every Business

By Jeremy Daniel / May 31, 2017

Disaster Recovery Planning In today’s competitive business environment, being unable to service your customers needs can spell the end of your business. Customers in a different city, or even a different country, may not know or understand that a flood,

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Live Real Time Hacking and Ransomware Tracking Maps Online

By Kiril Kirilov / May 14, 2017

Real Time Hacking Attacks We’ve recently covered a few real time hacking maps but have decided to extend the list based on the recent ransomware activities with some additional real time hacking attack and ransomware tracking maps. Ransomware refers to malicious

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Cloud Communications Security: Whose Business Is It, Anyway?

By Myk Konrad / April 11, 2017

Cloud Communications Security Don’t count on cloud providers to provide all your UCaaS security It’s official: Unified Communications-as-a-Service (UCaaS) has arrived as a mainstream technology, with one prominent analyst firm (IDC) going so far as to call 2017 “the year

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Part 1 – How Cloud Apps Are Making Businesses More (and Less) Secure

By Todd O’Boyle / April 4, 2017

Cloud Apps Security Today, more than ever before, employees are working while on-the-go. The ease with which a worker can enjoy a coffee-café latte in one hand and click “send” with the other is made possible by the explosion of

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