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An Overview on How to Protect Your Servers

Monitoring your servers is an absolute must-do, not just something nice to have.  Servers, the unsung heroes behind the scenes, are the backbone of our thriving businesses. When they are in good health, everything functions smoothly.  When things are not functioning properly, your operations can come to a standstill. The performance of ...
What You Should Expect From An MSP

What You Should Expect From An MSP

It can be difficult to understand your options for IT support, particularly if you are not familiar with the field. Maybe you are currently working with an IT vendor but not achieving the promised results, or perhaps the role of IT is shared as an additional resource within your team, ...

The Differences in the CUI Enclave and All-In Approaches

A CUI enclave is a type of information system that creates a software-defined perimeter around its resources to safeguard sensitive data like Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI). This article will discuss the concept of enclaves, their advantages, and alternative options. In the present digital environment, organizations that collaborate with the DoD ...
What in the World is Persistence in Cybersecurity

What in the World is Persistence in Cybersecurity?

What Is Persistence in Cybersecurity? Persistence has become the weapon of choice for today's cunning threat actors. As hackers continue to refine their skills, they have become masters of stealth—silently infiltrating their target environment, biding their time until their ultimate objective is achieved. In the world of cybersecurity, attackers have ...

What is the Defense Federal Acquisition Supplement aka DFARS?

The Department of Defense (DoD) administers the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) which implements and supplements the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR). The DFARS includes legal requirements, DoD-wide policies, deviations from FAR requirements, and policies/procedures that impact the public. It should be read alongside the primary rules in the FAR. ...
5 Things You Should Know About Your Current (Or Next) IT Support Company

5 Things You Should Know About Your Current (Or Next) IT Support Company

In today's tech-dependent world, businesses heavily rely on IT companies to support their operations and drive growth. However, it's not enough to simply hire an IT company based on their reputation or services alone. To truly maximize the benefits of IT support, it is crucial to know your IT company ...

3 Ways To Be A Better IT Client

IT blogs are usually about determining the pedigree of a given IT company. What do they offer? How do they perform? What makes them different? It’s easy to overlook your role in the process. Here’s the hard truth: you may not be getting the best ROI for your monthly fees ...
Unlock the Power of CMMC 2.0 with GCC High

Unlock the Power of CMMC 2.0 with GCC High

Do You Need It? The answer: Nope.  You read that correctly - Government Community Cloud High aka GCC High is not necessary for CMMC 2.0, not even at level 3. But wait, there's more. GCC High might just be the missing piece to unlock a world of possibilities. Get ready to ...
Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification

Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification

A significant concern for our government-affiliated clients in recent months has been determining which cloud to operate in for CMMC Certification. It is a significant question, and one that can have financial consequences if not answered correctly. Government contractors who currently use Microsoft cloud for office applications can benefit from ...