Why WSUS and Remote Work are Incompatible

Why WSUS and Remote Work are Incompatible How do you keep a remote workforce secure? WSUS is not only a nightmare for work-from-home, it could also be putting your network at risk. Securing Remote Devices for COVID-19 As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to stretch across the globe, many organizations are protecting their employees and communities…

COVID-19 Causes Increase in Cyberattacks

COVID-19 Causes Increase in Cyberattacks As COVID-19 spreads and cyberattacks increase, patch management and endpoint security are becoming more challenging for businesses and IT professionals. Coronavirus is Leading to Growth in Cyber Attacks As the COVID-19 outbreak continues to spread, organizations are sending employees to work from home on a massive scale. Under these circumstances,…

How Vulnerability Scanners Help Work From Home

How Vulnerability Scanners Help Work From Home Although conventional security scanners require a server setup on-premise to support devices, Syxsense allows devices from anywhere to check-in and run security scans. What is a Vulnerability Scanner? A vulnerability scanner scans a computer and raises an alert if it discovers any vulnerabilities that malicious hackers could use…

The Cyber Impact of Coronavirus

The Cyber Impact of Coronavirus With the rise of COVID-19, prepare for the cyber risks that your network could become exposed to when employees start working from home. Work-from-Home Security with Coronavirus For offices around the world, the possibility of having to send employees home indefinitely as the virus spreads is becoming very real. If…

Windows 1709 Enterprise Support Ending

Windows 1709 Enterprise Support Ending Support for Microsoft Windows 10 Version 1709 on organizational editions will be ending on April 14. Microsoft has started recommending an update before the forced upgrade begins. Support is Ending for Windows 1709 Enterprise Support for Microsoft Windows 10 Version 1709 (Fall Creators Update), on organizational editions, will be ending…

How Artificial Intelligence Will Change Cybersecurity

How Artificial Intelligence Will Change Cybersecurity Artificial intelligence (AI) is quickly becoming integral to our personal and business lives. How will it affect cybersecurity in the next decade? Artificial Intelligence is Growing Artificial intelligence (AI) is quickly becoming integral to our personal and business lives. A recent article on Forbes noted that, while “machines haven’t…

5 Steps to Prepare Your IT Department for Coronavirus

5 Steps Every IT Department Should Take to Prepare for Coronavirus (COVID-19) Coronavirus is impacting businesses worldwide. Here are the steps every CIO and IT department should take to prepare their businesses. Coronavirus is Here to Stay According to major news outlets, Americans need to prepare for the imminent spread of Coronavirus. The U.S. Centers…

Internet Explorer Has Massive Security Flaw

Internet Explorer Has Massive Security Flaw Microsoft recently released a security advisory alerting its users of an unpatched code-execution vulnerability in Internet Explorer. What is the IE Vulnerability? Microsoft recently released a security advisory alerting its users of an unpatched code-execution vulnerability in Internet Explorer. The vulnerability (CVE-2020-0674), which is listed as high as critical…

Pulse Secure VPN Vulnerability Remains Open to Exploitation

Pulse Secure VPN Vulnerability Remains Open to Exploitation Unpatched Pulse Secure VPN servers are a critical target for exploitation and remote code execution, according to the CISA. CISA Warns of Pulse Secure VPN Vulnerability An alert from the United States Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) states that unpatched Pulse Secure…