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Danish Police Incident Calls for a Security Assessment

A department responsible for IT Security should, obviously, follow those practices it expects others to follow. Sometimes you come across situations where tasks that should fall under an IT security umbrella are handled by an external department which might not even be familiar with Security practices. These situations can cause a lot of problems and […]

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10 Free Tools for Network Administrators

Are you an administrator who wishes to reduce and facilitate your daily workload? If so, this video’s for you: It contains a list of free software tools that will be of tremendous assistance to the typical SMB (small and medium-size business) administrator!

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March Webinar: Add Value to Your MSP with Cloud Services

Coming to “the end” of your time as a Managed Services Provider (MSP)? Looking for a way to “break on through” your business doldrums by adding cloud services? Then register for this month’s informative webinar and learn a bit more how cloud-based services can help your business thrive. Webinar: Riders on the Storm: Adding Value […]

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Scanning Open Ports in Windows: A Quick Guide

When troubleshooting client or server side application network connectivity issues, it is often necessary to determine if access to a certain port that the application uses is being blocked. In this article we’ll take a quick look at how to view open ports using a number of lightweight freeware tools for Microsoft Windows. You might […]

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Are you being sniffed?

Packet sniffing is the hacker’s technology of choice to probe networks. In this video, we explain how you can be watched or ‘sniffed’ and, more importantly, how to protect your network against this security threat.

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Security Patching Trends for Major Software Vendors

An important aspect of patch management and your patching schedule is to understand the patch release cycles adopted by the most important software vendors. In this post, we take a look at some statistics on this topic and how patch release cycles have changed over the last few years. The big players in software industry […]

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5 Security Mistakes SMBs Make and Their Simple Solutions

What are the top five security errors that small and medium-size businesses (SMBs) commonly make? And how can you avoid them? Watch this video for some simple but solid advice and practical tips to increase your organization’s network security.

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Survey: Americans OK with Web Monitoring at Work

GFI Software recently conducted a survey of 620 US workers, and a significant majority of them do not consider employers’ use of web monitoring software an invasion of privacy. Survey respondents split almost evenly about whether or not their employer uses a web monitoring solution, with only about 10% unsure if such software is being […]

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GFI WebMonitor™ 2012 Released!

GFI WebMonitor 2012, one of the industry’s leading web security solutions for small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs), has been released today. Last fall, the company introduced several innovations to enable SMBs to better defend their networks, including a website safeness rating, stronger blocking of malicious URLs and more robust protection against zero-hour threats. Today, GFI Software announced GFI […]

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Research: Web Browser War, Security Battle in 2011

No web browser is fully secure and research shows that vulnerabilities in web browsers are a target for hackers and criminals. Patching your browser will reduce the risk of a security breach. And there is good reason why. In 2011, as in 2010, web browsers had the higher number of security vulnerabilities reported compared to […]

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