Category: CyberSecurity

Confidence in Detecting IoT Devices and Preventing Attacks is, ummm… Mixed

While listening to Enterprise Security Weekly #82 (part of the highly recommended Paul Asadoorian’s Security Weekly Podcast Network), I was struck by what they were saying about IoT cybersecurity readiness. They cited and analyzed an interesting survey from Trustwave. The Internet of Things Cybersecurity Readiness report, which surveys organizations in the context of their use

ChannelPro SMB Forum in Dallas last week Questions and Answers

Thank you for everyone who came to visit us at the ChannelPro SMB Forum in Dallas last week. We had a wonderful experience and enjoyed the interest in our new NetAttest LAP One product. We fielded many questions, so we thought we would share the top questions (and answers) here: 1. Does the network access

Fuel Your Business at ChannelPro SMB Forum 2018

The ChannelPro SMB Forum 2018 in Dallas, Texas is taking place March 7, 2018 and YOU’RE INVITED TO JOIN US! Learn from experts at the show and then come talk to us about the crazy devices you’ve seen installed on client’s networks. The Forum is a full-day live event that features presentations from some of

Soliton Cyber & Analytics Empowers Managed Service Providers to Capitalize on Cloud Security Opportunity

Patent-pending cloud security solution allows IT service providers to expand their managed security offering; partner program offers flexible business terms and deployment options IT Nation, Orlando, FL, November 8, 2017 – Soliton Cyber & Analytics – Booth Number 520 – announced the availability of Soliton SecureShield to provide managed service providers with the tools they

Security Agent Overload: Why Less Endpoint Security is More

confusion over anti-malware choices

The art world calls it “negative space.” The fashion industry calls it “minimalism.” Whereas other spheres embrace the less-is-more mentality, the prevailing approach to cybersecurity is more-is-more. News of high profile data breaches and deceptive marketing tactics push small business owners to employ disparate endpoint security solutions—a costly and convoluted practice that may do more

You’re PCI DSS Compliant, But Are You Secure?

pci compliance

You passed your PCI DSS compliance audit, that must mean your organization is safe from cyber attacks…right? Wrong. While that PCI DSS certificate is important, it is by no means a guarantee you’re secure from hackers or immune to the repercussions of a data breach. Just take a look at Target. The discount retailer was