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17/01/2019

Why you absolutely need Vulnerability Scanning

Security is the topic of every IT-manager in 2019. And rightfully so. If you think you won't be a target, your wrong. Read this story about bakery specialist Ranson.

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What is SaaS backup and how will it help your business

SaaS is not the same as back up and “safe” is not the same as “invulnerable.” Let me explain you what SaaS backup is and how it can be of service for your company.

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EASI is ISO 27001 certified

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Securing your Domino Web Servers

As many of you are aware, some vulnerabilities have been exposed in the SSL protocol in the past. Among others, TLS 1.0 is vulnerable to man-in-the-middle attacks and the SSLV3 was the basis for...

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02/11/2018

Vulnerabilities in web applications: Everybody's problem

An article by Test Aankoop caught my eye recently, stating that they scanned a selection of 100 webshops and 55 of them yielded vulnerabilities. 23 of them even contained very serious...

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16/10/2018

ADVPN : Enjoy the shortcuts

IPSec VPN are common to secure connectivity between networks. However maintaining many of them can be cumbersome, so why not take shortcuts?

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How much SPAM is out there?

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"Companies mainly focus on reputation, they forget about the financial damage or data loss"

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New Zero Day Local Privilege Escalation Vulnerability in Windows Task Scheduler

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