Your business should consider a network security audit

JohnMHoyt Apple, Business, Computer Security, Homeland Secure IT, Linux, Microsoft, security, Technology Leave a Comment

Are you ready for 2017? How about your business network? This is a prime time to schedule a network security audit that will find the potential issues which are laying dormant, waiting for a “bad guy” to take advantage of them and exploit your network. Using a wide array of tools, Homeland Secure IT can perform a penetration test (PenTest) …

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Protect your assets and stay in compliance with Trend Micro Endpoint Encryption

JohnMHoyt Backup Solutions, Business, Computer Repair, Computer Sales, Computer Security, Computer Service, Computer Support, Homeland Secure IT, Licensing, Microsoft, Mobile, Partners, Sales, security, Trend Micro, Windows, Windows Server 1 Comment

With federal and state agencies now dispensing stiff penalties to companies that do not maintain compliance with the plethora of industry regulations, such as HIPAA, PCI, Sarbanes Oxley, HITECH, FISMA and a slew of others, healthcare, retail and financial service industries need an encryption solution. Trend Micro Endpoint Encryption offers exactly what most businesses need. Ensure data privacy by encrypting data …

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Security breach at University of Nebraska may have exposed financial records

JohnMHoyt Apple, Backup Solutions, Business, Cisco, Computer Repair, Computer Security, Computer Service, Computer Support, Homeland Secure IT, Linux, Microsoft, Microsoft Exchange, security, SonicWALL, Symantec, WatchGuard, Windows, Windows Server Leave a Comment

Last week, a security breach at the University of Nebraska resulted in hackers having gained potential access to the (financial and personal) records of 650,000 students, alumni, parents and university employees. The security breach was discovered by a staff member and quickly remedied, however, at this point in time it is not known exactly what information, if any, was actually …

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Which security standards and awareness compliance requirements apply to your organization?

JohnMHoyt Android, Apple, Business, Cloud Computing, Computer Repair, Computer Security, Computer Service, Computer Support, Homeland Secure IT, Linux, Mac, Microsoft, Mobile, OS X, Secure IT Alert, security, Windows, Windows Server Leave a Comment

I came across a very handy document from www.securingthehuman.org that explains which security standards and awareness compliance requirements might apply to your organization. It is by no means a complete listing, but gives the one minute run-down of the majority of the biggies…. — Last Updated: 19 July, 2011 1. Executive Summary The purpose of this document is to identify …

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Laptop containing medical information has been lost or stolen in Oconee SC – Is YOUR data secure?

JohnMHoyt Business, Computer Security, Computer Service, Homeland Secure IT, Technology Leave a Comment

Every computer service and support company in the world just waits in the wings for headlines like this one from today on GreenvilleOnline.com: “Missing laptop may compromise Oconee Heart Center Patients’ data“.  It’s not because we revel in the suffering of others, but because it underscores the importance of the message that computer techs preach over and over “secure your …

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