Chips in the armor: PEN or Vulnerability Testing?

Posted by Hannah Manning on Mon, Jun 19, 2017

Reports of hacking bank information, dating websites and even the 2016 presidential campaign have not only contributed to high levels of paranoia for businesses but driven them to consider testing their own networks and firewalls for any possible security breaches.

The only problem is choosing between doing PEN testing, vulnerability testing or both.

Making the choice can be difficult for organizations unversed in the differences between the two tests. PEN testing and vulnerability testing have been mistakenly labeled as the same because of some conflicting reports and marketing missteps.

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Topics: Data Security, Tech Fixes, BostonIT

What is an IT Managed Services Provider

Posted by Cathie Briggette on Fri, Jan 13, 2017

it_managed_services_2There are quite a few definitions of what a managed IT service provider does, but the best one is:   a company that is the proactive manager that maintains & monitors an organization's IT systems on a regular basis while having the expertise to do so. The company here is known as Managed IT Service Provider or MSP. This company charges a monthly fee to handle these tasks at an Organization.

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Topics: Managed Services, Help Desk, Tech Fixes, IT Services

The 8 layers of cyber security needed to protect your business

Posted by Cathie Briggette on Tue, Oct 25, 2016

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An Interview with Ahmed Fadili at NSK Inc

As a company that is dedicated to supporting our client's technology needs, obviously cyber security is a big part of this support.  In an interview with Ahmed Fadili, Vice President of IT Managed Services, Ahmed discusses what NSK does for our clients to keep them safe, cyber security wise.

Question:  Do clients come to us regarding their security, or are we the ones that are bringing it to the forefront of their business? 

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Topics: Disaster Recovery, Managed Services, Tech Fixes, IT Services, cybersecurity

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