Why businesses should regularly scan the dark web

June 24th, 2019

The dark web refers to a part of the internet that’s only accessible with special software, allowing users and website owners to operate anonymously. Although it uses much of the same infrastructure as the regular web, dark web servers are hidden beneath multiple layers of security.

5 Essential cybersecurity tips for nonprofit organizations

May 27th, 2019

Nonprofit organizations (NPO) carry out crucial work all over the world, but while they’re supporting at-risk communities, cybercriminals are out in force to exploit their noble deeds. Because NPOs often enroll temporary volunteers and collect online donations, they’re considered easy targets for ransomware, social engineering scams, and a multitude of other threats.

5 Ways you can protect your law firm from cyberattacks

May 13th, 2019

Law firms build their entire brands on trust. Naturally, the highly sensitive nature of the information they hold makes them a favorite target of cybercriminals. This is one of the reasons why the legal sector has been slow to innovate. Although new technologies present opportunities, they also introduce new risks, which pushes leaders of law firms to halt innovation on the grounds of data security and privacy.

Simple Definitions the Cyber Security World

May 7th, 2019

By Ted Butler

Cyber Security in today’s world can be confusing, daunting, scary! The question is, What does all this stuff mean?

Anti-Virus, Anti-Malware, Managed Services Plan (MSP), Firewall, Back Ups, Patching, Disaster Recovery?

Hey, I get it! It’s a lot! But did you know, it’s not as scary or hard as you’d think.

Buyer Beware of Cheap Network Cable!

April 22nd, 2019

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Recently we have seen a re-emergence of “less than” quality of copper cabling for structured cabling solutions. When following up to see how my quotes were progressing, we were being told that we were considerably higher than our competition.

Welcome Jessie and Mark

April 22nd, 2019

We are hard at work doing what it takes to provide premium service to our Managed IT Services customers in the Seattle area. This week we added two new IT technicians to our Tukwila office and are excited to get them ramped up and ready to jump in and care for our customers! Welcome to both Mark and Jessie – we think they will be great additions to our team, as they both come from technical and customer service driven backgrounds.

How smart office cabling increases business efficiency

April 18th, 2019

Office cabling and installation might not be the most glamorous areas of your IT infrastructure, but they’re certainly some of the most critical. Proper planning and deployment are essential for ensuring technology reliability and, in turn, maximizing employee productivity.

Welcome Mario Cruz!

April 15th, 2019

This month we welcomed Mario Cruz to our Fidelis team! He has a background in cabling and hit the ground running on some of our current projects. In the past few weeks, he’s already been a key player out at new building cable infrastructure jobs for one of our private school customers in Bellevue, and a new co-op grocery store in Tacoma.

For many businesses, complying with the GDPR’s specific data security and privacy requirements may sound daunting, but it doesn’t have to be. Our eBook Navigating the Data Privacy Labyrinth: A Guide to GDPR Compliance can simplify your compliance journey.GRAB YOUR FREE EBOOK HERE!

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