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Alert | Cybercrime Increase Due to COVID-19

March 25th, 2020 by admin

We are closely monitoring the impacts to our customers of COVID-19. One that has come to our attention is that cybercrime has dramatically increased over the last few days, and hackers are using COVID-19 to disguise emails to gain access to company and personal information. Please read this relevant...

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Posted in: Security, ICX, Support

Network Threat Assessments for Today’s Aggressive and Evolving Threat Landscape

February 19th, 2020 by admin

Today’s workplaces have changed – workers are mobile and they want around-the-clock access to networks from a myriad of devices of their choosing from locations around the world. This evolution has changed the way businesses need to think about and administer network security. To combat the myriad...

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Posted in: Security

Cybersecurity Managed Detection and Response Explained

January 27th, 2020 by admin

Comprehensive cybersecurity sounds like an impossible-to-achieve oxymoron in today’s highly digital and vulnerable world. But it’s not. We partner with Arctic Wolf to provide comprehensive managed detection and response for your business with 24x7 monitoring that provides on-going, behind-the- scenes...

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Posted in: Security

Office 365 'Password Expiring' Phishing Scam

January 8th, 2020 by admin

This is an important alert for all our Microsoft Office 365 users. This scam originally came up last summer but it has been making the rounds again so we wanted to bring it back up. If you have received an email with a subject line something like, "Office 365 Password About to Expire" claiming...

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Holiday Scams and Malware Alert

December 18th, 2019 by admin

The Department of Homeland Security’s Cyber Infrastructure (CISA) division released an alert on currently circulating online browsing/shopping scams and malware campaigns you should be aware of. The alert warns about fake ads or shipping notifications, which may include attachments infected with malware....

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5-Minute Cybersecurity Training Guide for Your Employees

November 26th, 2019 by admin

Teaching your employees how to be cyber-conscious and take precautions is an important part of your company's overall security awareness training. That's why we felt it was important to share this e-book from our partner Arctic Wolf that breaks down some important cybersecurity issues and how to approach...

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Posted in: Security

The Benefits of Excellent Network Maintenance

November 6th, 2019 by admin

As discussed in last week’s blog, Why All Networks Require Maintenance, it is clear how important consistent on-going network maintenance is to your businesses’ security and productivity. Good network maintenance doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg but it should be comprehensive. When done right,...

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Posted in: Solutions

Prevent Ransomware Attacks with Access Controls and Good PAM Practices

October 23rd, 2019 by admin

Modern businesses are all struggling with the growing threat of ransomware attacks. We deal with them all the time here at ICX, often spotting them and stopping them before our clients even become aware they are happening. The consensus on the best way to prepare for the eventuality of a ransomware...

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Posted in: Security

How a Real Phishing Attack Can Happen

October 9th, 2019 by admin

We recently dealt with a very sneaky phishing attack and wanted to share it so you don’t fall victim to this too! A client looked up what they thought was the customer service team for the software they were having issues with. However, what they found online was a fake customer service number that...

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Posted in: Security, ICX

The Real Costs of Data Breaches

September 18th, 2019 by admin

As time marches on, cyberattacks grow more sophisticated, more malicious, and more widespread. And with advanced cybercriminals finding new ways into organizations, businesses of every size risk being attacked. So, today’s companies need to understand what the consequences will be if, and when, it happens....

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Posted in: Security, Solutions, Support

8 Metrics to Help Quantify Your Businesses' Cyber Risk

September 11th, 2019 by admin

Cybersecurity is an important topic for our clients, but it encompasses a lot of different things. Managing cyber risk entails dealing with sprawling networks, endpoints ranging from work PCs to personal smartphones, and cybercriminals using increasingly sophisticated methods for launching attacks....

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Posted in: Security

Patch Management 101

August 21st, 2019 by admin

One of the important services we provide clients here at ICX is patch management. But what does that even mean? A patch is a change to a computer program that is designed to update, fix, or improve it by securing vulnerable areas. Patches aim to: Fix security vulnerabilities Implement bug fixes Improve...

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Posted in: Security, Solutions, Support

Spoofing is Sneaky - Learn How to Avoid a Spoofing Attack

August 7th, 2019 by admin

Spoofing is a sneaky type of online fraud that tricks users and networks into believing that information is real when it’s actually fake. Typically, a cybercriminal will pose as a known, trusted person in your network (office typically) and they will try to get personal information, money, or help...

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Posted in: Security

The Real Value of IT Managed Services to CEOs

July 3rd, 2019 by admin

The value of ‘managed’ or ‘outsourced IT services’ are many, but it comes down to risk vs. reward. Businesses are always trying to cut overhead while gaining revenue. It’s that delicate balance between output and earnings every CEO walks. And maintaining a secured, always-on...

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Posted in: IT, Managed IT Services, Security, Solutions


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