May 12th, 2021, was a historic day in the national cybersecurity landscape. On this day, President Biden issued a comprehensive 32-page regulation dubbed the Executive Order on Improving the Nation’s Cybersecurity.
What has Intelice learned on the recent ransomware attack to hit JBS. Discover how you can prevent your organization from being next.
On 12th May, President Joe Biden made an ambitious leap to enhance the country’s overall cybersecurity posture by instituting the Executive Order (EO).
Ransomware cyberattacks on large corporations are becoming more common and crippling. What’s more worrying is that many targeted organizations don’t have the capacity or measures to proactively detect and prevent different cyber threats or fix a vulnerability faster to avoid further losses.
Over the last serval years, we have seen attacks on our customers grow exponentially, to the point that today we have a breach reported with 1 out of every 10 of our clients through fraudulent sign-ins each month.
Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) refers to an additional layer of security added to the login process. MFA relies on two forms of authentication: something you know and something you have with you.
Why are cybercriminals going for smaller businesses? Shouldn’t they go for the big corporations? Well, it seems that these criminal elements see SMBs as easier targets.
Discover how to mitigate cybersecurity liabilities in your business with these five tips from Intelice Solutions.
Intelice provides corporations throughout the Washington DC metro area with comprehensive IT security audits and reviews.
A recently announced data security breach of Microsoft’s Outlook.com product has many wondering how to work with MSP customers to understand the scope and impact.
Corporations worldwide place a high value on security and compliance – two elements that either boost company success or lead to corporate disaster.
Chief information security officers face new and stronger threats to systems in 2019. Not only are hackers deploying more sophisticated attacks, but attackers have new targets in their sights. Also, geopolitics and consumers will continue to play an outsized role in discussions of cybersecurity issues. Knowing what horizon issues will help CISOs to plan accordingly and deploy solutions that are ahead of the looming problems.