How to Stop Social Engineering in its Tracks

How to Stop Social Engineering in its Tracks

Social Engineering [NOUN] – in the context of information security, it is the use of deception to manipulate people into divulging confidential or personal information that could be used for fraudulent purposes.

“Today, social engineering is one of the greatest security threats facing organizations" ¹. When successful, attackers gain legitimate access to information, making it hard to spot (or stop) before it’s too late.

The App Wars: Office 365 Versus G-suite

The App Wars: Office 365 Versus G-suite

Opinions are rampant all over the web, so Techmedics is sharing some key differences between Microsoft's Office 365 and Google's G-suite, from a business perspective. Many of our clients have faced the task of choosing between Microsoft and Google. Here’s what they consider before buying –
Sound the bells, because we're taking the gloves off and bringing a very important (and sometimes controversial) topic to our blog.

Blockchain Technology and Cybersecurity: The Technology of Trust

Blockchain Technology and Cybersecurity: The Technology of Trust

The Blockchain Concept

"The new technology of trust" is how Goldman Sachs describes blockchain in their online presentation. They describe blockchain as a continuously updating ledger, a way to store data which is "virtually impossible" to change without being detected.

MSP and MSSP: Knowing the Difference in Proactive Measures

MSP and MSSP: Knowing the Difference in Proactive Measures

MSP vs. MSSP = Managed Service Provider vs. Managed Security Service Provider

The anagrams are similar, but that extra “S” is the difference between night and day in the comparison between these two services. Comparing MSP to MSSP is analogous to comparing a city's mayor to the chief of police.

Common Misconceptions About Cyber Liability

Common Misconceptions About Cyber Liability

We've partnered with The Armstrong Company to feature a blog series on cyber liability and how it can affect you. Keep reading for some of the most common misconceptions about cyber liability, according to the experts!

Cyber liability coverage (for data breaches) has evolved from just insurance for information technology companies to coverage that nearly every kind of business should have - if they don't already.