Tips for Protecting Your Network

Written by: Patrick Weber Technology Business Engineer NET Xperts LLC Hackers can access your network in many ways but the most popular these days is social engineering or phishing attacks.  It can be very easy to reply to a malicious email or click something wrong during a busy day at the office!  Always be cautious about what information you are […]

Senior Living Center’s Cybersecurity Threats

Written by: Britnee Schneck Marketing Coordinator NET Xperts LLC According to Forbes, more than 90% of all healthcare organizations reported at least one security breach in the last three years and senior living centers are among the most vulnerable of these organizations. Most prevalent threats senior living centers face: Phishing Attacks – These attacks typically target individuals within an organization […]

Identity Management Day 2021

Written by: Britnee Schneck Marketing Coordinator NET Xperts LLC Identity Management Day is a brand new annual awareness event that was created by the National Cybersecurity Alliance and the Identity Defined Security Alliance (IDSA). The purpose is to bring awareness about properly securing identities and access credentials within your business. A report sponsored by the IDSA shows that 94% of […]

The Most Common Types of Network Vulnerabilities

Written by: Kevin Daly Senior Technology Business Engineer NET Xperts LLC Network vulnerabilities fall into three categories.  These categories are Hardware-Based, Software-based, and Human-based  Hardware-based:   It is important to keep the software and firmware up to date on all of your devices.  As vulnerabilities are discovered reputable vendors will release updates that will address the vulnerabilities.  It is also important to […]

What You Need In An Email Security Service

Written by: Mike Mannarino Technology Business Consultant NET Xperts LLC In the fast-paced world we live in, your email security needs to go beyond traditional email filtering. I am often asked if I only did one thing for protecting our systems, what would it be? I always reply “end–user training.”   Your most valuable and most vulnerable asset is your employees. Performing phishing simulations and awareness training can give your employees a peek […]