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Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) is More Important Than You Think

Endpoint security is confusing for business owners at times since the benefits aren’t immediately clear. While it is a network security tool, it’s different than traditional antivirus software, firewalls and other related security tools. Most SOC service providers offer endpoint detection and response (EDR) as part of their standard security services since it’s an important…

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The Importance of Intrusion Detection and Prevention Services

Intrusion detection and intrusion prevention services are both designed to identify threats to a network. The more sophisticated cyber criminals become, the more IT security tools companies need to have. Sometimes working with IT consulting services can help you identify exactly what would be beneficial for your network infrastructure based on the layout, risks, budget…

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Meetings, some of us are plagued by them, we have too many back to back meetings in a day to accomplish anything. Some meetings your contribution is limited or very small, and some meetings your part is the center of the entire meeting. In my personal experience and through my vast experience with attending meetings,…

NIST 800 -171 3.1.7

Prevent non-privileged users from executing privileged functions and audit the execution of such functions. Here is where the separation of admin accounts and non-admin accounts helps you with this control. Don’t allow the non-admin accounts to have any access or ability to perform any commands that a privileged account will create. If you follow the…

NIST 800 – 171 3.1.6

Use non-privileged accounts or roles when accessing nonsecurity functions. The object of this control is to set up an admin-account and a non-admin-account for privileged access and no-privileged access. This control seeks to separate admin accounts from non-admin accounts and what actions are performed by each. The best way to go about this is to…

NIST 800 -171 3.1.5

Employ the principle of least privilege, including for specific security functions and privileged accounts. What is the principle of least privilege? It is when you give a person’s account the bare minimum of permissions and capabilities they need to do their job. You basically lock their account down to the point that they can’t access…