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Lifting the "Fog of More" Around Your Credit Union's Cybersecurity
Are you suffering from Cyber FOMO (Fear of cyber-threats, Overwhelmed by marketing claims, Mystified by cyber wizards, Out of patience with technobabble)? Even cybersecurity professionals can’t keep up! The irony is that never in the history of cyber-defense have we had more tools, training, and threat information available to us. But it’s not a lack of good resources that holds us back, it’s the overwhelming “Fog of More” of technology, information, and marketing. In this talk, we’ll discuss how to focus in on the problems and solutions that really matter, without having to hire a roomful of wizards or bankrupt your company in the name of better cybersecurity.
Delivering IT The Right Way
TotalControl™ is a system based on globally recognized best practices frameworks like ITIL and VisibleOps.
It delivers a system of integrated controls that facilitate a nimble approach in providing flexible customized solutions for a wide variety of businesses who simply cannot afford IT systems downtime.
Is your Cybersecurity posture ready for remote workers?
Shifting operations to a work from home (WFH) model introduces new cybersecurity considerations to your company/organization. Use this checklist to get ahead —and stay ahead— of new risks.
IT Process Institute & IP Services research cited to Congress
Congressional report relies on the cybersecurity methodologies based upon IP Services' research
The IP Services Difference
We proactively manage clients’ critical systems and applications in any datacenter. Using TotalControl™, we solve “unsolvable” IT problems; the ones that others are unable or unwilling to tackle.
Financial Services Case Study
Greycourt & Co., Inc. is an independent investment adviser with East Coast and West Coast offices servicing wealthy families and select institutions.
Using ITIL best practices and Visible Ops frameworks, our TotalControl™ service places your system in a protective environment that complies with audit requirements such as HIPAA, SARBOX, GLB, and PCI.
Proactive security management is paramount, and our ongoing security solutions are designed to mitigate unnecessary business risks and protect your business, keeping you safe and secure, and out of the news.
IP Services began its early operations as an advanced IP engineering team inside the Fortune 500 integrator, MicroAge.
The group consisted of several hundred engineers, and service and support personnel who were responsible for architecture and implementation of large enterprise and carrier-class routed networks. Today, IP Services prides itself on its people’s expertise and experience, its well-defined integrated processes and controls, and its ability to use technology to help its clients enjoy the benefits of a reliable and predictable Managed IT Services without the associated headaches and costs.
Smishing is a portmanteau of “SMS” (short message services, better known as texting) and “phishing.” When cybercriminals “phish,” they send fraudulent emails that seek to trick the recipient into opening a malware-laden attachment or clicking on a malicious link. Smishing simply uses text messages instead of email. (usa.Kaspersky.com) Between 2021 and 2022 spam texts have…Read More
Written by Guest Contributor: Carla Lopez The internet makes life easier in many ways. From online shopping to remote learning and working from home, all kinds of tasks are simplified when you can get online. However, the internet also opens people up to new threats. IP Services provides cybersecurity services and resources to help individuals…Read More
Is there a difference between Information Security Management and Cybersecurity Management? Short answer, YES. If your role is in information security, your main concern would be in protecting your company’s data from unauthorized access – of any kind. Electronic and physical (think file cabinets, trash containers, shred-it boxes, desk drawers, etc.) If your role is…Read More
As I am sure most of you are aware Apache released information in December concerning a vulnerability in their Log4j module. Apache’s Log4j (log for java) software library affects versions 2.0-beta9 to 2.14.1, known as “Log4Shell.” Resolution of the issue requires patching to the current version, 2.17.1 (Java 8), 2.12.4 (Java 7) or 2.3.2 (Java…Read More