Business Continuity Case Study Want to read about a real life experience in using business continuity with ransomware? Read our latest case study describing how we helped a firm in Barrie to recover quickly from a ransomware infection. The case study then goes on to describe the value provided to the firm from Triella. Click…Details
This article will explain that even with today’s advancements in encryption & security, using weak passwords is still a major problem when it comes to the risk of unauthorized data and account access. Take the steps recommended in this article to ensure passwords are created in a secure manner. Introduction: Hackers use a multitude of…Details
Mimecast is a cloud based email pre and post processing system for Microsoft Exchange and Office 365 that facilitates Email Protection. Email is delivered to Mimecast and pre-screened for spam and viruses and then delivered to your firm’s Exchange server on premises or in the Cloud. This is just the beginning of the Email Protection…Details
A client has files to send to you or you to a client but the files are too big or too confidential to send through email. What do you do? Some options are to: Place them on an encrypted USB drive and sent them to the client Burn and DVD or CD and courier it…Details
The RBC issued the following notice this past week: To ensure that RBC is aligned with industry standards and maintains the security of our client and vendor information, we have implemented the TLS v1.2 protocol. Effective June 2018, TLS v1.0 and v1.1 will no longer be RBC-compliant. Any organization that has not upgraded to TLS…Details
Businesses today are facing the challenges to securing data which is critical to every enterprise. In another words, how companies securely manage document workflows and the sharing of data, including confidential intellectual property, and across globally-dispersed teams, becomes more and more critical.
Digital photography and camera phones have brought the entire industry of roll film photography to extinction. So why turn back time and introduce something like the Fujifilm Instax Mini 9 when there is such great technology out there that can provide high quality even panoramic images?