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Ongoing Demands of Remote Work Leaving Businesses Vulnerable
Cybersecurity is a business problem that no organization, large or small, can afford to ignore. Find out how you can best meet your risk, investment, regulatory and performance goals.
LicenseLogix, Interpreters and Translators, Inc., and Network Support Co. Form ‘The Supply Change Alliance’ to Aid Minority Entrepreneurs An initiative designed to mitigate challenges minorities face in accessing capital by reducing startup costs and operating expenses In response to recent societal events, three like-minded business services providers – LicenseLogix, LLC (LLX), Interpreters and Translators, Inc. […]
Client: Lambda Legal
NSC facilitates a legacy technology transformation that enables Lambda Legal to securely transition to a digital strategy and “work smarter not harder” approach.
The most dangerous bug of 2020 Hackers are actively exploiting the Zerologon vulnerability in real-world attacks, Microsoft’s security intelligence team reported on September 24th. Exploiting the Zerologon bug can allow hackers to take over the domain controller, and inherently a company’s internal network. For the record, team NSC began patching this for all of our […]
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The dire consequences of a data breach, tools to stay connected, a short video on identifying fake websites and phishing emails, and more….
Gauge the current security posture and vulnerabilities of technology in place and provide prioritized recommendations for improvement and remediation to improve overall operations, reduce business risk, and ensure the best use of technology to meet your company’s IT security needs.
Employee credentials are a best seller on the Dark Web and can be used by criminals to compromise your key corporate services such as payroll and Office365. Worried you’re at risk? Here are some recommendations to keep your business secure…