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The Top Cybersecurity Predictions For 2021

It is hard to believe that we are about to roll into 2021. It genuinely has been a year that nobody ever dreamt of, including from the Cybersecurity standpoint. So, given all that has happened, what is predicted for next year? Here are some of what we believe will happen: Botnets will continue to grow ...

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An Overview Into The Azure Security Center

As a result of more people working from home, many businesses are now migrating their On-Premises IT/Network Infrastructures into the Cloud, namely Microsoft Azure.  While this does offer very significant advantages to a company, there can still be inherent security risks. To mitigate them, Microsoft has created a new platform known as the "Azure Security Center" ...

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The Functionalities of M365 That You Will Need In 2021

As we roll into 2021, the Remote Workforce will continue for the near future. Because of this, many businesses are trying to find ways in which they can leverage the power of the M365 Office Suite to meet the needs of the company and those employees working from home (WFH). We believe that Compliance will take ...

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The CMMC Placemat

As we enter 2021, the Cyber Threat Landscape will for sure be an evolving one, especially when it comes to Data Privacy. Although the GDPR and the CCPA have not been fully enforced yet, it is expected that it will be this year. Another area which is now getting serious attention is that of the ...

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Who Needs To Be CMMC Certified?

To some degree or another, those involved in cybersecurity activities associated with work for the United States federal government have heard of the term "CMMC". But what exactly is it?  It is an acronym for "Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification". To provide a brief historical background into this, between 2016 and 2020, the overall economy lost well ...

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The Advanced eDiscovery Tool from Microsoft

In the legal world, it has been the traditional paper-based approach used to conduct and further pursue legal findings.  But given the way the world is now in terms of a virtual sense, making use of paper documentation is no longer a choice. It can be costly to send paperwork to different parties, there is no ...

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Be warned: COVID-19 vaccine scams are now appearing online, over text, and by email

Written by Charlie Osborne – Zero Day – January 4th, 2021 2020 was a year many of us would like to forget, and as 2021 entered with little of the fanfare usually associated with New Year's Eve celebrations, the challenge of the COVID-19 pandemic, still, is far from over. Despite surging infection rates worldwide and fresh outbreaks, ...

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‘Tis the Season for Nonprofit Cybersecurity Risks to Reach New Heights

Written by Dawn Blizard – December 26th, 2020 The period between Christmas and New Year’s Day has long been the time people give to charities the most, making the charities themselves attractive targets for cyber criminals. Because the events of 2020 will likely boost existing trends, nonprofit cybersecurity challenges may be greater than ever this year ...

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How To Create A Serverless Infrastructure Using Azure

With the bulk of the workforce now using M365 to do their daily job tasks, the most often heard about tools are those of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Microsoft Teams.  While these are crucial components to use, there is also one other piece of the puzzle which is just as much, if not equally ...

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Malicious Domain in SolarWinds Hack Turned into ‘Killswitch’

Written by Krebs On Security - December 20th, 2020 A key malicious domain name used to control potentially thousands of computer systems compromised via the months-long breach at network monitoring software vendor SolarWinds was commandeered by security experts and used as a “killswitch” designed to turn the sprawling cybercrime operation against itself. Austin, Texas-based SolarWinds disclosed this ...

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