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Erecting an IT fortress: strategies for resilience

Erecting an IT fortress: strategies for resilience

Erecting an IT fortress is an urgent need these days. Facing the surge in cyber-attacks of these times, companies will need to adopt new strategies, procedures and technologies to become more resilient to the onslaught of cybercrimes. The pandemic has shown how vulnerable many organizations are to organized malicious actors. Meanwhile, the increasing weight of digital transformation has increased the number and the extent of disruption that could occur. Indeed, being IT-resilient means keeping to a minimum any type of disruption and downtime and ensuring service continuity. Looking for an increased resilience, IT teams are re-evaluating their shortcomings and processes when it comes to building their organizations’ security infrastructure. Approaches […]

VPN: a must-have tool for privacy and security

VPN: a must-have tool for privacy and security

VPN (Virtual Private Network) service gives you online privacy, anonymity, and security by creating a private network from a public internet connection. By using it, businesses can securely connect users and assets to intranet resources VPNs are also an effective shield from all threats coming from connections that do not require a password for access such as public WiFi networks you connect to while standing in line for a coffee or waiting to see your doctor. Eavesdroppers can watch your activity when connected to these insecure networks. Indeed, VPNs mask your IP address so your online actions are virtually untraceable. Moreover, they establish secure and encrypted connections to provide greater […]

Olivetti P101: an Italian success

Olivetti P101: an Italian success

The Olivetti “Program 101” computer (P101), presented in 1965, is considered by some to be the first “personal computer” in history, as it had all the main features of large computers of the time, but its size allowed it to be used comfortably on your desk, so much so that it was then called “desktop computer”. The success of the P101 The P101 was a huge commercial success. The P101 wanted to be a consumer product capable of meeting the working needs of the highest possible number of people. Presented at the New York fair in ’65, it had sold over 44,000 copies all over the world in just a […]

Business data loss: a nightmare for companies

Business data loss: a nightmare for companies

Business data loss can be detrimental for businesses. Organizations – from small to medium-large – depend on technology when it comes to managing business operations and data storage. Unfortunately, technology is a double-edged sword. If digitization helps business management, a hacker attack can cause a loss of crucial data and information. Heavy financial losses and delays in operations are around the corner. We have covered these issues in our blog about the Campari case. A few numbers How real are these risks? It is estimated that 75% of SMBs have no data recovery plans in the event of a hostile event against their IT infrastructure such as ransomware, for example. […]

Is SOCaaS useful for companies? Google Chronicle as an effective and advantageous SOCaaS service

Is SOCaaS useful for companies? Google Chronicle as an effective and advantageous SOCaaS service

Today, we present a paper that explains the convenience of adopting a SOCaaS service for businesses and organizations. The correct management of IT infrastructures is essential to guarantee any organization’s growth and evolution on the market, as well as obtaining those certifications required to have by law in the field of IT security. Choosing the right technology is one of the most difficult choices faced by the corporate IT manager in the process of building an infrastructure that is secure and resilient to the cyber threats that proliferate on the network. One solution to these problems is to equip your organization with a SOCaaS security service based on cloud technology. […]

Cybersecurity’s weakest link: the human factor

Cybersecurity’s weakest link: the human factor

The latest studies are further confirming a fact that, although already known, is still too often ignored: the human factor is the greatest source of risk for companies’ IT security. In this period, in which the pandemic has dramatically increased the use of smart working, finding a solution to this problem must become a top priority. The main risk for companies In a recent survey, the Proofpoint company and the “Let’s System” community questioned the CISOs (Chief Information Security Officers) of 138 Italian companies, asking what were currently the worst threats for companies: according to 85% of them, the greatest risk is posed by phishing and social engineering attacks targeting […]

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