Tips For Making Your Network More Secure In 2022

In 2022, the IT solutions market is expected to grow substantially. Gartner Inc. has predicted that IT spending will reach around 3.7 trillion US dollars by the end of 2022 and IT suppliers are expected to generate a revenue of nearly 2 trillion US dollars during this period.

CMMC Update Alert

Game Changing CMMC News

Today, a report that the Department of Defense commissioned on the Review of CMMC was released. THERE ARE SO MANY THNGS THAT HAVE BEEN ROLLED BACK… READ CAREFULLY!!! There were many GAME CHANGING statements that I will share with you.

Why You Should Hire An IT Services Company

IT service companies are becoming more of a priority for enterprises than ever before. Did you know that in 2021 the IT consulting industry is worth $476 billion? IT consulting companies and IT service companies bring specialized knowledge, which is why enterprises are putting their trust in these professionals to get advice about specific problems or existing products.

State of CMMC

Hello all,

I wanted to update you all on the current state of CMMC. My sources have been validated and come from not only those on the AB board but Provisional assessors as well. The Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification’s (CMMC’s) rollout continues but is plagued by bottlenecks and untested assumptions.

Building A Secure Enclave to House Sensitive Information

Many industries have regulations that govern how sensitive information is stored, processed, and transmitted. On the top of that list is government contractors working with the Department of Defense. DFARS (Defense Federal Acquisitions Regulation Supplement) and the CMMC (Cyber Security Maturity Model). They have the awesome burden of protecting data that contributes directly to our nation’s security.

Important takeaways from the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack

Colonial Pipeline was hacked by the Eastern European cybercriminal gang DarkSide on May 7, 2021. The hackers encrypted Colonial Pipeline's data and demanded ransom in exchange for decryption This compelled Colonial Pipeline’s CEO to pay out over $4.4 million in Bitcoin a few days after the hack, despite the conventional belief that one should not give in to ransomware operators in hopes of retrieving data.

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