Tag Archives: Defense in Depth

Securing Your Small Office Systems

A consulting client recently called me about securing data in their small business office.  They are extremely secure already, including data encryption, encrypted offsite backup, locked cabinets and locked data rooms, system account controls and audits, layered authorization, and job separation.  Yet they asked a great question – what else can I do to enhance … Continue reading Securing Your Small Office Systems

How Hackers Hack Your Assets – A Security Training Video for Everyone

In this training video, IT Security Instructor Mike Danseglio presents the philosophy and processes hackers engage in when trying to hack your information and assets. Interface Technical Training offers IT Security Certification Training classes. Our courses are available in class or online with our virtual instructor-led training product RemoteLive™. CompTIA Security + SEC155: CompTIA Security+ Skills … Continue reading How Hackers Hack Your Assets – A Security Training Video for Everyone

The Internet Explorer patch – Setting the record straight

News, background, and alternatives regarding the recent Internet Explorer “Day Zero” attack are spread across the Internet.  Confusion continues, so we decided to help set the record straight for our customer/readers. Step one, be careful what you read and interpret, including within this blog. Despite our care and research, we continue to find additional information … Continue reading The Internet Explorer patch – Setting the record straight