The coronavirus pandemic is pushing companies and their employees online as remote work becomes the new norm (at least for the time being). It’s an opportune time for scammers looking to sell your data and make no mistake, they are using every trick in the book to get your information.
Video conferencing is becoming the norm for companies everywhere in response to the rise in remote work, international meetings, and travel. Team collaboration and check ins require top-notch video conferencing software to accommodate the needs of your company. You’ve been tasked with the important decision, what video conferencing software will work best for your team?
If you’re an IT Admin, we don’t need to tell you how difficult and demanding your job can be on a daily basis. You’re not only installing network gear and keeping it updated, but you’re also managing everything from clients to applications. Not to mention the demands associated with business growth. When the business grows, so does everything else in the network: the type of uses, devices, and applications. All of that falls on you and your team to install, update, and maintain. While managing these groups of clients has always been challenging, now along comes security to keep you up at night.
Smart Cities have revolutionized communities and with their inception comes the demand for seamless Internet of Things (IoT) integrations. You need to choose IoT solutions that address commonly faced issues within your community.
Last week in my lab, I had an issue arise with one of my older network testbeds. When I came into the lab in the morning, none of my access points were connected to my older Cisco 5508 controller. A little troubleshooting and I quickly discovered that there was a certificate issue on my access points and controllers. Here, I’ll share what the issue was, the fix, and what impact it will have on your business.
We all know that the threat landscape isn’t getting any easier to manage. Fact is, most organizations don’t have the resources or the time to carry-out the endless activities that could reduce their exposure. However, there are a few things you can do that will make the most impact. Our partners at Tenable helped us put together these 10 Steps to Effective Vulnerability Management.