BYOD (Bring your own device) is an emerging trend in today’s workplace. Allowing employees the freedom to choose the devices they want to use to consume and interact with information goes a long way in boosting productivity, cost savings and morale. However, it’s not without its challenges. One of the big challenges is controlling...Read more
As you have probably seen, there has been an increase in the attempts of spammers to entice you and your staff into downloading malicious files. This has come across most recently as emails from financial institutions, payroll providers, and other businesses asking you to download a file from Dropbox. These legitimate businesses would not deliver...Read more
Survey says? A recent survey of 4,275 global IT security pros was both enlightening ... and frightening. Consider the findings of the survey: 57 percent: Felt their organizations were unprotected from sophisticated cyberattacks. 63 percent: Doubted they could stop the exfiltration of confidential information from their systems. 69 percent: Said cyberthreats were falling through the cracks in their systems. 44 percent:...Read more
Microsoft earlier this month provided an emergency security update for Internet Explorer to prevent hackers from continuing to do their dirty work. But that wasn't the big news. In a surprise move, Microsoft allowed Windows XP machines to receive the update, even though Microsoft had indicated in April it considered the 13-year-old operating system retired. "Even though Windows...Read more
Hackers around the globe are already exploiting this new flaw, affecting the popular Internet Explorer versions 6 through 11. The flaw relies on a well-known flash exploitation used to bypass Windows security protection. Once the hacker is in, they can install malicious software without your knowledge. Microsoft is currently investigating this flaw and we would...Read more
In the aftermath of this month’s bug “Heartbleed," security experts say there is little Internet users can do to protect themselves from this month’s recent discovery of the “Heartbleed” bug that exposes data to hackers. It is all up to website operators to fix, not website users. Researchers have observed advanced hacking groups conducting...Read more
Protelligent has launched its new website, www.protelligent.net, premiering new user-friendly features, streamlined content, and a more accessible format for all. "Protelligent's new website is designed with customers' needs in mind," said CEO Christopher George. "Customers can access a remote support feature directly from the website that ensures rapid response and issue remediation...Read more
You need to evaluate your business’ security posture, and make informed, balanced decisions about protecting yourself from threats to your business. Reduce your risk and achieve Zen for your business with the following safeguards:Read more
- Secure all entry and exit areas of your organization's critical data. Border security is top priority.
- Actively monitor the traffic passing through your data...
The term “cloud computing” is everywhere but what does it mean? Over the last few years, the concept of the cloud has come to mean different things to different people. Let’s start with the basics. What is cloud computing? The cloud is a source of highly scalable services that can be accessed on-demand over the Internet....Read more
Protelligent’s recent expansion to Spokane, Washington was a success. Chris George, CEO of Protelligent, personally thanks the community for the inviting welcome. The Protelligent team is looking forward to the future and being involved with a closely connected community. To share in the support of the community, Protelligent made a generous contribution to a local charity,...Read more