Entries by Stephanie Kulp

Alliance Info Systems, LLC Earns Respected Technology Industry Credential

Alliance Info Systems, LLC Earns Respected Technology Industry Credential CompTIA Managed Services Trustmark™ signifies commitment to industry best practices Hunt Valley, Maryland / 09/30/2021– Alliance Info Systems, LLC a managed service provider, announced today it has received the CompTIA Managed Services Trustmark™, a respected industry credential that signifies its adherence to best practices for technology […]

Apple iOS Vulnerability

There is well-known spyware named Pegasus that is developed by The NSO group, a cybersecurity company located in Israel. This spyware was originally sold primarily to government agencies and other bodies of power for use to fight against criminals. Unfortunately, this spyware is also being used against innocent individuals. While Pegasus is not new software, […]

Can you spot the difference?

Can you spot the difference? AInfosys.com vs Alnfosys.com Many people here would not notice that the first one has a capital “i” whereas the second one has a lowercase “L”. This method of exploitation is known as Typosquatting and is something that many cybercriminals are using to their advantage.   A cybercriminal may take advantage of this by registering these slightly modified domain names and performing different methods […]

What should be the first principle of cybersecurity within any organization?

First Principle of Cybersecurity  What should be the first principle of cybersecurity within any organization? The answer is simple, yet often overlooked: Reduce the probability of material impact to my organization due to a cyber event.  What is one way to help achieve this first principle? Understanding the most vulnerable points within your organization, and which areas of your organization pose the […]

Are you at risk of a cyberattack?

Cybercriminals attack from anywhere, at any time.  Protecting your students, colleagues, and infrastructure has always been high on your list of priorities, if not the top priority. This year you have been tasked with a magnitude of responsibilities from learning and implementing new software, issuing new laptops and desktops, installing cameras, helping teachers and families […]

Ghost of Information Technology Past

On-premise servers are the ghosts of IT past 2020 has taught us many important life lessons. Among them is the importance of keeping your IT infrastructure up to date and secure. Most of us made a rapid change to working remotely this year. Although it has brought benefits of spending more time with family, and […]

Is Printer Management a Headache?

Is Print Management a Headache? We have a solution (and it doesn’t involve destruction to the office printers!) It’s no secret that Print Management is a pain for most IT staff. Dealing with printer related helpdesk calls and the lack of ability to automate printer set-ups leads to wasted time and IT resources. As COVID-19 maintains its grip, […]