How to protect your data from oversees.

Here's an open letter on how to keep your organization safe from attacks from China and Russia. We're always in environments every day and we see incoming traffic from overseas countries such as China and Russia that are trying to steal confidential and corporate information.

How to protect your data from oversees.

March 16, 2020

Here's an open letter on how to keep your organization safe from attacks from China and Russia. We're always in environments every day and we see incoming traffic from overseas countries such as China and Russia that are trying to steal confidential and corporate information. How do you protect against this? A, you can put in preventative technologies. B, you need to increase your visibility throughout your entire security staff and cloud all the way down to mobile. And C, if you don't have people traveling over to those countries or you're not doing business with those countries, use Check Points, geolocation, and just block all incoming and outbound traffic to those locations. If you want to learn more on how to protect your environment from attacks overseas, please reach out to our local security experts, Palmiq.


Upcoming Webinar:
www.palmiq.com/check-point-software

How to Isolate VMs from one another?

Today, I want to talk to you about a common problem in storage infrastructure, and that is how to isolate VMs from one another.

Read More

How to replicate critical applications?

I'm here to talk to you today a little bit about replication for your most mission-critical applications, whether it be Exchange, SQL, SharePoint and the data associated with that.

Read More

What are the best tips for managing data.

Today, I want to talk about some of the best tips for managing data within a DevOps environment. In a typical workflow, in order to work with ...

Read More