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Top 5 Reasons to Refresh Your Firewall for Enhanced Cybersecurity

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In today’s interconnected digital landscape, where cyber threats loom large, ensuring robust cybersecurity measures is imperative for businesses of all sizes. Among the cornerstone elements of a comprehensive cybersecurity strategy, the firewall is a critical line of defense against malicious cyber activities. However, as technology evolves and cyber threats become increasingly sophisticated, the need to […]

The key to maintaining school devices, whether remote or not

Maintaining educational continuity in any school, particularly during any form of distance learning, starts with students having access to a desktop computer or laptop. The trouble is, you can’t protect what you can’t see. If your school is providing these devices, your IT team won’t be able to ensure they get the updates, patches, and […]

Let’s disappoint hackers

Education has become the number-one target for ransomware since students returned to school in fall 2020, according to the FBI and other security agencies. In fact, the global education sector has seen a 20% increase in cyber-attacks as criminals exploit newly implemented virtual learning environments. Wondering why your school would be an enticing target for […]

The Absolute Advantage

How to keep firm control of your remote devices—and keep hackers away Let’s face it: If you can’t maintain control of your remote devices, some cyber-attacker will take control sooner or later. And when they do, learning stops. Although always a worry, this has become a bigger concern for schools over the past year. During […]

Achieve Endpoint Security Without Growing Your Team

How to achieve full endpoint security with your current team and resources Sometimes, trying to fight off hackers can feel like playing in a five-on-five football tournament, only the other four members of your team couldn’t afford the entry fee, so you’re playing five-on-one. You’re understaffed, under-resourced, and you stand little chance of winning. When […]

How to achieve full endpoint security with your current team and resources

How to achieve full endpoint security with your current team and resources Sometimes, trying to fight off hackers can feel like playing in a five-on-five football tournament, only the other four members of your team couldn’t afford the entry fee, so you’re playing five-on-one. You’re understaffed, under-resourced, and you stand little chance of winning. When […]

One solution to protect students online

More than 67% of IT employees say cyberbullying incidents at their schools have increased as students spend more time on laptops, Chromebooks, and other devices. Nearly 80% of those IT employees said cyberbullying behaviors sometimes happen on a device provided to students by the school. Of course, bullying—and even cyberbullying—wasn’t created when schools switched to […]

Be a Cyber Attack Superhero to Save Your Students

How to be the superhero who protects your schools from cyber attacks Your schools have a bullseye on them, and bad guys are taking their shots. The global education sector has seen a 20% increase in cyber-attacks as criminals exploit newly implemented virtual learning environments. Threats range from nuisance adware to severe malware like trojans […]

How to be the superhero who protects your schools from cyber attacks

How to be the superhero who protects your schools from cyber attacks Your schools have a bullseye on them, and bad guys are taking their shots. The global education sector has seen a 20% increase in cyber-attacks as criminals exploit newly implemented virtual learning environments. Threats range from nuisance adware to severe malware like trojans […]

How to Battle “Device Drift” of School-issued Computers

According to a Hanover Research report, 30 devices went missing on average at each school between January and September 2020 as students and teachers took devices home for distance learning in response to COVID-19. What’s more is that thirty-six percent of school-issued devices were dark from August to October 2020, meaning they hadn’t connected online, […]