Everybody Needs Something – Endpoint Security

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Today’s blog is brought to you by Matt Dehond. Matt has been apart of Brite’s security team for over 2 years. Cyber-attacks have become the norm. Organizations are aware of the ongoing threats day in and day out, but there is an undeniably scary trend. Prevention of attacks should be the priority, but too many… Read more »

I Bet You Never Knew THIS About Clickbait

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“How To Lose 10 Pounds FAST!” “You Will Never Guess What This Star Did” “22 Of the Cutest Animals Ever…. Wait to see #17” We have all seen titles like this.  They often populate the bottom section of relatively legitimate articles under the guise of “Related Content”.  With the effectiveness of Google tracking , there… Read more »

Phishing Emails Are Getting Smarter – Are You?

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Today’s blog is brought to you by Mike White.  Mike’s focus is providing the tri-state area with effective cyber security solutions.   We are all aware of the threat of phishing attacks. It is sometimes assumed that technical minded people are invincible to phishing attacks, but even the most savvy can be duped. The latest phishing… Read more »

The Realization Security is Not Built-In

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Today’s blog is brought to you by Kevin Cox, Brite’s Commercial Sales Manager.  Kevin comes to Brite after 15 years of experience in different technology fields.   The cyber threat landscape is a scary one and it is not getting any better. After spending over 15 years in different areas of technology with large organizations such as Oracle,… Read more »

Another Study Finds Significant Risk Exposure

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Humans across the world, if economic circumstances are right, often follow a similar ritutal each and every morning. We wake up, hop out of bed and at some point in the next five minutes, we look in the mirror. Essentially, we’re evaluating ourselves. How long will my shower be? Do I need to run a… Read more »

What Should Your IT Security Priorities Be?

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Every morning an IT professional wakes up, they face the unknown. Hackers are constantly evolving, looking for weaknesses in defense that can be easily exploited for personal gain. Insider threats are becoming more common by the day, as relationships within the workplace are in a state of flux between employee and company. Working in IT… Read more »

The First ThinkBrite CyberSecurity Breakfast Roundtable

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“You are only as strong as your end user,” Jon Borgesen, Senior Account Executive of Brite noted during the first ThinkBrite CyberSecurity Roundtable, an open forum to discuss the IT security concerns and protection tactics. This month’s topics included: building a security culture and siloed products vs. integrated security practices. The group really felt the… Read more »

Communicating Security Responsibilites

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We’re living in a world that constantly clashes between “traditional” methods versus “new age” methods. And it doesn’t matter what the subject is, but there’s almost always the way things were done and the way things are being done. In our last blog, we talked about Who’s Responsibility is Security? Our conclusion? It’s a team… Read more »

Who’s Responsibility is Security?

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A study by Symantec found that 65 percent of Internet users have been victimized by cybercrime. Look to your right. Look to your left. There’s a good chance that both of those people have been hacked at some point in their career. Ultimately, employees are easy to please: They want to come to work, do… Read more »