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What Game of Thrones Can Teach You About DIY Penetration Testing

Penetration testing is when your team or an outside security consultant exploit your network’s vulnerabilities. The goal is to find all of the holes in your defenses and discover how to properly address them.
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Waging War on Ransomware

Fact is, not enough businesses have the cybersecurity measures needed to prevent ransomware attacks. So we prepared a short list of powerful ways to protect your network against them.

SMB Network Security Essentials

Just because your company is smaller doesn’t mean your network is safer. There are a handful of essential components for solid network security. Whether you do it yourself or contract with a third party, each of these should be a part of your network security plan.

Cybersecurity, Lightsabers and Good Times

Our recent Star Wars event was a chance to spend time with local business leaders. Technology may be our bread and butter, but really what we do is all about people. Spending time with some of the folks we help (and hope to help) made it a special night for us.
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Drafting Your Network Security Solutions Team

As a business, you need to know your vulnerabilities and how they can affect your network security. Then, and only then, can you create a strategy that keeps your data safe.
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How Stranger Things Can Teach You to Fight Ransomware

Stranger Things' addicting plot lines have you clutching your heartstrings one second and then jumping out of your seat the next. You might be surprised to learn that some of these plot points can also teach businesses a few things about how to handle ransomware.
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How Cybersecurity Is Like Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse

Here at PCX Technologies, we’re big Walking Dead fans. When we consider strategies for surviving the zombie apocalypse, we can’t help but think of cybersecurity, too. After all, cyber criminals aren’t all that different from zombies. We’d like to share some tips for keeping you safe from both.