Tag: cloud infrastructure

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Should pentest exercises be performed? Why? How often?

When it comes to cybersecurity, nobody is immune to the risks. Organizations of all sizes, from major international corporations like Sony and eBay to small, independently-owned local businesses, need to be vigilant about emerging threats. A common refrain throughout the industry is that there are only three types of companies: those that have been hacked,…

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Flugel Partners with Vanta to improve Security and Compliance Monitoring Capabilities

Late last month, California-based managed IT provider Flugel entered into a new service partnership with Vanta, a specialized tool that automates the security monitoring of compliance standards like SOC 2, HIPPA, and ISO 27001, among others. Initiated as part of the company’s long-standing commitment to Security & Compliance, this strategic partnership will ensure that Flugel’s…

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5 strategic benefits to relying on IT providers with tech certifications

There are lots of factors to consider when evaluating potential new tech partnerships. You want to work with providers who are honest, trustworthy, and transparent, but you also need to make sure that they have the skills, capabilities, and qualifications required to get the job done. There’s also turnaround time, availability, communication, experience, and flexibility…

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When should you migrate your system to a microservice architecture?

Over the past decade or so, microservice system architecture has become increasingly popular with companies looking for increased flexibility. Unlike monolithic single-unit applications, microservices are essentially a collection of small, independently deployed services that form a larger application. One of the earliest companies to switch to microservices was Netflix – back in 2009, before the…

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How B2B Companies Benefit from SOC2

Business-to-business (B2B) companies are responsible for keeping their clients’ data safe and secure. Increasing cybersecurity threats like ransomware, malware, phishing, or man-in-the-middle attacks can lead to data loss or theft. B2B companies need robust internal processes and infrastructure to protect their customer data against cyberattacks, business risks, and human mistakes. Service Organization Controls 2 (SOC2),…