Webinar Details Duration: 1 hour Date: 3-29-2023 @ 11:30 am Eastern Time (New York) Location: Virtual Host: Rick Conlee Who should attend this cloud migration webinar? 94% of companies were reported to be using cloud services in 2022 in some… Read More »Webinar: Migrating On-Prem Infrastructure to Microsoft Azure Cloud
Firewall egress filtering is a technique that protects your network from malicious traffic. It helps to prevent unauthorized access to resources outside the local network, such as the Internet or another internal network. Firewall egress filtering can be used to… Read More »What Is Egress Filtering On A Firewall?
There are several reasons why you need to rotate the factory-supplied credentials for your tech, and we are going to go into the most common reasons here. Changing manufacturer and developer-supplied passwords are considered a best practice. In addition to… Read More »Why Do I Need To Change Factory Default Passwords On Hardware And Software?
There are competing schools of thought on this. On the one hand, allowing your firewall management to be accessible to the outside world is great if you need another way to get in because you locked yourself out or utilize… Read More »Why Should You Disable External Access To Firewall Management?
Cloudflare is the best option for your website. It offers many benefits, including increased security and performance. If you want to learn more about setting up Cloudflare on your site, check out our blog post.
Offboarding a user in Office 365/Exchange or from an organization is always complicated. Some checklists handle stuff like this, which many MSPs and MSSPs have in-house – but much of this work is done manually and can cause important things… Read More »How To: Offboard A User In Office 365
Whether or not you are a target of DDoS attacks is irrelevant. At some point, your website has been swept, and at some point, you will find yourself patching vulnerabilities or dealing directly or indirectly with a DDoS attack.
The first ever computer virus predates what you think is the first virus. Many people, including myself, thought “BRAIN” was the first computer virus in 1986. The first ever computer virus was written in 1971 by Bob Thomas (Source –… Read More »The First Computer Virus Ever
This How To Article will show you how to get your public IP address from the command line in Linux, as well as Windows PowerShell.