On January 14, 2020, it’s the End of Life for Microsoft’s Windows 7, Windows Server 2008/R2. On October 13, 2020, it's the End of Life for Exchange Server 2010. Wondering what this means if you are currently using any of these Windows products at that time? It means the end of sales, end of support and end of monitoring and updates. It's time to start planning and budgeting.
October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. This is a collaborative effort between the government and industry to raise awareness about the importance of cybersecurity and to ensure that everyone has the resources they need to be safer and more secure online.
Hicksville, NY, June 12, 2019 – Lincoln IT, Tech driven. People focused., announced today that CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, has named Lincoln IT to its 2019 Solution Provider 500 list. This annual list ranks the largest North American IT channel partner organizations by revenue. The Solution Provider 500 is the industry standard for recognizing the highest performing technology integrators, strategic service providers and IT consultants. It is the industry's predominant channel partner list, serving as a valuable resource for technology vendors looking to partner with top solution providers.
All good things must come to an end, even Windows 7.
Every Windows product has a lifecycle. The lifecycle begins when a product is released and ends when it's no longer supported. Knowing key dates in this lifecycle helps you make informed decisions about when to update, upgrade or make other changes to your software.
Enhanced data analytics and security technologies allow you to quickly detect and respond to the network anomalies that suggest the presence of a hidden, unknown, advanced threat lurking within your data. No matter how heavily you have invested in your internal threat capabilities, the reality is you likely still lack the analytics technologies or internal skill sets required to effectively detect, investigate, and respond to today’s advanced persistent threats.
The dark web works like the internet we all know and use every day. It utilizes the same framework and networks the regular internet uses–but the dark web is part of the internet that isn't visible to search engines and requires the use of an anonymizing browser called Tor to be accessed.
Corporate security teams are fighting battles on two major fronts. On one side, they’re facing an onslaught of cyber threats. And on the other, they must deal with the increasing complexities of technology sprawl, as the constant need for innovation and improvements to customer experiences is making it that much harder on security teams. But because of the cybersecurity skills gap, most companies are often on the losing end. The need to address this gap has given rise to third party businesses like Managed Security Service Providers (MSSPs) and Security-as-a-Service (SECaaS).