National Computer Security Day falls on November 30th each year. An observance that was first started in 1988, Computer Security Day serves as a reminder to organizations and users around the world that their devices contain no shortage of valuable information, and therefore need to be protected. As such, we’ll go over a few best practices that will help you to lock down your devices, preserving your business and personal data.
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Back in August, we shared on the blog about a ransomware attack that took out several local, state and federal agencies in Texas and resulted in the activation of the State Security Operations Center. This was the latest in a long and expensive history or cyberattacks that have targeted organizations in Texas. In today’s blog, we thought it might be worthwhile to talk about why Texas is such a popular target for cyber criminals.
In last week’s blog "Cyber Security Risk: a Growing Concern for Local and Regional Government," we discussed the challenges local and regional governments are facing when it comes to cyber security. It’s a challenge that public sector organizations are facing on a daily if not hourly basis.
But what can small cities and counties do to mitigate their risk? At Tolar Systems, we’ve developed a three-pronged approach that can help. Learn more on today’s blog.
What’s the biggest challenge local and regional governments and municipalities face when it comes to IT? Increasingly, it’s cybersecurity, which has become a daily challenge for small governments across the United States.
Learn more about the cybersecurity challenges that small local and regional governments are facing on today’s blog.
We’ve been posting a lot lately about cybersecurity. In part, this is because we’ve recently rolled out a cybersecurity solution called Complete Security. But that’s not the only reason. We truly believe that cybercrime is one of the biggest business threats to companies today; one that most are underprepared to manage.
In today’s post, we’ll give you four reasons and an example of why cybercrime and preventive cybersecurity should be top of mind when it comes to IT for businesses of all sizes.
As with many other forms of cybercrime, Tolar Systems has been seeing an uptick in email spoofing attempts against the businesses we serve. In this post we’ll discuss email spoofing: what it is, why you should be concerned, and how to prevent spoofed emails from putting your business at risk with Microsoft Office365 Advanced Threat Protection.
We take security very seriously here at Tolar Systems. That’s one reason we’re so excited about the latest security feature that’s available with Microsoft’s Office365 software. The feature is called Office365 Advanced Threat Protection: it helps keep users and businesses safe from a variety of online threats.
On today’s blog, we’ll talk about what Advanced Threat Protection is, how it works and how users can make their online experience safer by using it.
Managed Security-as-a-Service Offering Protects Small and Mid-size Businesses from Cybersecurity Threats
Ransomware. It's one of the fastest growing threats to your business, whether yours is a large organization or a small firm. Here at Tolar Systems we’ve recently seen an increase in the frequency and severity of these kinds of attacks. We’re working hard to help reduce our clients’ vulnerability, but we can’t do it alone. That is why we want to share information about ransomware risk and how to protect your business from this ever-growing threat.
Learn more from Tolar Systems.