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Dropbox over 4 years ago had a data breach which exposed over 86 million users to hackers. The hackers could have access to the passwords for the accounts, encrypted and unencrypted. We look at data breaches and Dropbox, namely their failure on handling it. It was 4 years ago. They...

Why is Triton Technologies changing firewall vendors? Triton Technologies has been with SonicWALL since 2006 and have implemented thousands of installs throughout the world. The United States, France, Germany, India, Brazil, Mexico, Canada, and more we have sent and more deployed many hundreds of firewalls throughout those countries. But due to...

The importance of having an IT staff with impeccable backgrounds. In our line of work we have many keys to many kingdoms. That also means that we need to be more secure than all of our clients. That includes not only complex passwords, multi-authentication techniques, tokens and everything is secure. Because...

In the last couple months due to governmental pressures for state and local charities and nonprofits, small medical businesses have been asked to fully comply with HIPAA compliance even if a single machine might one day encounter that information. We are currently working with many translation services, small doctor offices, dentists,...

Any business owner can attest to is dealing with multiple vendors is a business in of itself. From cellular carriers, internet providers, construction companies, telephone and more, each one has their own language and each one has their own methodology. This situation happened, and this is why right after our client...

Ransomware is the new underground economy. In the last few years, a new breed of exploit has arrived on the scene, called Ransomware. Basically, what it does is encrypts all your files, demands bitcoins or some other crypto currency and waits. It usually has a timer giving you a couple of...