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OneNeck Blog

Topic: Security

March 31, 2020 | Security

Considerations when Securing a Remote Workforce

As today’s IT teams are scrambling to figure out the logistics of helping their coworkers be productive from their home offices, it’s important to remember that security can’t be an afterthought. Enabling employees to work remote has only broadened the landscape for attackers, giving them even more opportunity to find a way into your...

December 23, 2019 | Security

Alas, the perimeter is gone. Is it time for an updated firewall?

Long ago, in a land far away, there used to be a network perimeter. Those were the good old days where the network perimeter was the all-encompassing traffic control point, and where traffic was all funneled through a single point, no matter...

November 06, 2019 | Security

How Much Risk is Too Much?

For a long time, security initiatives have been driven by compliance mandates and a healthy dose of fear. But as threats continue to become more sophisticated, so must our efforts in thwarting them. This is why aligning with best practices is a...

October 23, 2019 | Security

When it comes to avoiding risk, what is OneNeck doing?

Security is intrinsic to our services (for all customers) and organization (all the way to the president and CEO of our parent company TDS Inc.). It’s part of every service we develop—from start to finish. Additionally, we leverage the Critical...

October 01, 2019 | Data Centers

Containers 101 – Here’s What You Need to Know

Although containers aren’t new (been built into Linux for 10+ years and been available in FreeBSD, AIX and Solaris), containers seem to be all the rage, and for good reason. The agility containers can bring to an IT team alone make them...

August 27, 2019 | Security

Components of a Successful Security Practice

In its simplest form, compliance is about setting rules and following them, every time. No wavering, no audible—everyone simply follows the rules—every time. Seems easy, but it’s not always.

August 14, 2019 | Security

6 Ways to Relieve "Security Fatigue"

Do you ever feel that your non-IT co-workers are trying to thwart your security protocols – ignoring software update alerts, opening suspicious emails or not following password best practices? If it seems that way, it might be “security fatigue.”

July 30, 2019 | Managed Services

Office 365 Backup

I need backup for Office 365? Isn’t it already included?  In short, no. The misconception that Microsoft fully backs up your data on your behalf is all too common.  To the contrary, Microsoft is primarily focused on managing the infrastructure...

July 09, 2019 | Security

Anatomy of Ransomware

Ransomware is a type of malware that threat actors use to infect computers and encrypt computer files until a ransom is paid. After the initial infection, ransomware will attempt to spread to as many connected systems as possible, including  file...

June 06, 2019 | Security

Enhance Security with an Analytics-Driven SIEM

 Finding a mechanism to collect, store and analyze security only data is relatively simple. There is no shortage of options for storing data. Collecting all security relevant data and turning all that data into actionable intelligence, however,...