Attila Security Blog

06 05, 2020

    Do's and Don'ts When Providing Remote Workers With VPNs

    By | | Categories: Security, remote work

    Businesses of all sizes are now having to outfit their employees with remote connectivity solutions. The most commonly used solution for remote access back to a centralized network is through the use of a VPN. [...]

    01 05, 2020

      COVID-19 (Coronavirus) & Cybersecurity: Telecommuting and Remote Work Security FAQs

      By | | Categories: Enterprise, Government, byod, Security, CMMC, remote work, captive portal, vdi

      Our country finds itself in a completely unprecedented situation as we struggle to figure out how to best respond to the spread of COVID-19. [...]

      22 04, 2020

        Why Do We Need a Hardware Only VPN at the Edge?

        By | | Categories: byod, Security, remote work, captive portal, IoT

        Often viewed as “older” technology, hardware-based VPNs don’t get a lot of love.  [...]

        04 03, 2020

          How to have employees work from home securely during the Coronavirus outbreak

          By | | Categories: Enterprise, Government, Blog, Security, mobile security

          The Coronavirus, or COVID-19, has many organizations sending employees to work from home to ensure their safety and the health of their employee population. As the virus continues to spread, organizations across the world will likely see continued. [...]

          20 12, 2019

            Compliance Challenges Facing Government Contractors

            By | | Categories: Government, Blog, Security, Supply Chain

            In the United States Defense Industrial Base (DIB), government contracts are rarely fulfilled by one organization alone. Generally, a primary contractor bids on a project in partnership with a team of subcontractors, each of which provides specific. [...]

            20 11, 2019

              Potential Fines on Prime Contractors for Subcontractor Data Breaches

              By | | Categories: Government, Blog, Security, Supply Chain

              Defense contractors have been victims of a series of high-profile data breaches in recent years.  Interestingly, the prime contractor on a Department of Defense (DoD) contract is often not the direct cause of the data breach. Most prime contractors. [...]

              05 11, 2019

                Cyber Attacks Are Putting Small Companies Out of Business

                By | | Categories: Enterprise, Blog, Security

                Small business owners worry about sales, cash flow, competitors and sometimes government regulation, but perhaps a bigger concern should be cybersecurity. A recent study by Accenture found that 43% of all cyber attacks are aimed at small businesses. [...]

                11 05, 2018

                  How Secure Is Your Company Video Surveillance Equipment?

                  By | | Categories: Information Security, Enterprise, Privacy, Security, Retail, Technology

                  According to a survey conducted by the IHS Markit Video Surveillance Group, some 98 million network surveillance cameras were shipped in 2017 along with almost 30 million HD CCTV (high-definition closed-circuit television) cameras. These impressive. [...]

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