An endpoint encryption solution is security software that protects data on laptops, smartphones, and tablets. It makes data on an endpoint unreadable to anyone except those with the proper key to decryption. Endpoint encryption software prevents unauthorized access to data if a device is lost or stolen and can also help organizations comply with data […]
Personally Identifiable Information (PII) scanners are privacy protection tools that search for and classify Personal Identifiable Information (data-at-rest) such as names, addresses, Social Security numbers, and credit card numbers. Once this information is found, the admin can make further decisions such as moving or encrypting the data. By regularly conducting PII scans, organizations can ensure […]
In this post, we go through the best USB lockdown software tools that help protect your organization from data theft, data leaks, or Malware.
The main benefits of USBs are their storage capacity, lightweight, and especially their portability, so you can put them in your pocket and take them wherever you go. People usually store more than their music, photos, and videos; they also save cryptocurrency, client deliverables, travel documents, financial documents, etc. Imagine if you lose your USB […]
Citrix ShareFile carries a big name with a strong reputation for some of the best workspace, remote access, and virtualization software. But still, when it comes to cloud-based Enterprise File Synchronization and Sharing (EFSS) solutions, the market is quite unforgiving. Citrix ShareFile falls short of its competition as it lacks advanced collaboration features, workflow management, […]
Cisco switches provide outstanding performance, security, scalability, and cost-efficiency for any network type. They are not ordinary plug-and-play devices that do not need configuration or involvement when resolving issues. However, Cisco switches do require an initial setup, ongoing monitoring, and maintenance. How to configure a Cisco switch? In this step-by-step guide, we’ll configure a Cisco […]
To start configuring Active Directory from a Windows machine, you’ll need RSAT tools, which include Server Manager and other vital consoles like PowerShell. From the “Server Manager,” you’ll be able to monitor your server and add new key roles and features like AD DS and DNS— tools necessary to start with Active Directory. In this […]