In the technology world, what does “moving to the cloud” really mean? Moving to the cloud refers to the process of shifting a company’s data and applications from on-site servers and physical hardware that you can see and touch to remote servers and virtualized resources accessible via the internet. Basically, it means transitioning from local,… Continue reading What Does “Moving to the Cloud” Really Mean?
Every week, we read and hear about data breaches and cybersecurity threats on the news. As technology continues to evolve, so do the methods used by cybercriminals to steal personal information and gain access to secure systems. One of the most effective ways to protect against such threats is utilizing multi-factor authentication (MFA). MFA provides… Continue reading Hackers Will Never Go Away, But We Can Frustrate Them with This Protocol
Working in the United States, when the FBI makes a security recommendation, you probably pay attention. Since February of 2020 (two years ago), the FBI has touted password phrases (aka passphrase) over passwords as more secure. Using long-formed phrases (aka content king) keeps hackers from figuring out your password – ranging from hours to more-than-your-lifespan.… Continue reading The new king of content is your password
The ‘Christmas Present of the Year (2022)’ goes to OpenAI for ChatGPT! If you haven’t heard of this AI utility yet, you either aren’t reading the news or social media – I may even go as far as suggesting, you are purposely existing inside a vacuum. Riding the AI/ChatGPT bandwagon should be on everyone’s to… Continue reading 3 ways we’re [looking at] using AI and ChatGPT
We’re still in January and at least four (4) significant cyber-attacks have made the media circuits. T-Mobile, Yum! Brands, LastPass, and ODIN have all succumbed to breaches leaking millions of user identifies, personally identifying information (PII), and other confidential data. These brands may be able to recover quickly from cyber incidents, but for a small… Continue reading How Identity and Access Management (IAM) helps meet cyber security insurance requirements