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Use Nessus To Harden Your Cybersecurity

Use Nessus To Harden Your Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity should be baked into the onset of IT and product development processes. Additionally, treating cybersecurity as an afterthought opens your organization up to vulnerabilities and risk. Therefore hardening your IT product cybersecurity with a tool like...

Protecting Device Storage Using Windows UWF

Protecting Device Storage Using Windows UWF

The Unified Write Filter (UWF) is a Windows native feature that ensures a system’s data remains as an unmodified, secure baseline.  Data can be changed by a Windows UWF system user. However, the changes do not persist after a restart. In fact, changes are discarded...

5 Best Practices That Could Have Protected You From Log4J

5 Best Practices That Could Have Protected You From Log4J

Log4j:  What Is It? On December 9, 2021, a critical exploit named "Log4j" was disclosed to the world.  This exploit was particularly harrowing due to the fact that the software library which it targeted is so widely utilized.  “Log4Shell” (CVE-2021-44228,...

Accelerating Product Development with Engineering Operations

Accelerating Product Development with Engineering Operations

What is Engineering Operations (EngOps)? Why do you need it, and how do you effectively deploy it?There’s a strange interplay between IT and engineering teams in most firms. That’s because the tech stack that engineers need to design, build, test, and release products...

8 Myths About Moving To The Atlassian Cloud Debunked

8 Myths About Moving To The Atlassian Cloud Debunked

"Oh, the Atlassian Cloud isn't built for Enterprise." As an Atlassian Solution Partner, we’ve seen that most organizations who are hesitant about moving to cloud, aren’t equipped with the right information. This is why we’ve busted the top cloud myths.  In this...

How Cyber Security Requirements Can Throw your Medical Device Off Track

How Cyber Security Requirements Can Throw your Medical Device Off Track

In our last article we talked about the four steps your organization must go through when designing secure connected medical devices. With the increasing attention paid to product security in this era of connected medical devices, many companies are scrambling to keep...