• Paul Kuepfer
    Ever feel like there’s something missing with cloud computing? Over the last decade, there has been a massive transition from onsite application computing and storage to everything SaaS and cloud.  The cloud does present certain benefits, like ease of access and scaled implementation.  However, when you consider certain risk factors, the cloud begins to darken. Your data (your highest value asset)
  • Paul Kuepfer
    Data Breach today published a relevant post on Cicer One’s cybersecurity news feed today outlining how “Criminals continue to tap ransomware, backed by more advanced network penetration techniques, hitting larger targets and leaking data in an attempt to maximize their illicit paydays.”   In talking to many CEOs they feel helpless
  • Paul Kuepfer
    Like most business leaders, you’re probably concerned about trusting that your most sensitive data and information is secure in the cloud. Your concern is valid! Over the past decade many industries have switched from primarily on- premise computing to cloud computing.  There is no doubt that cloud computing has helped
  • Paul Kuepfer
    By 2021, the Department of Defense will begin implementing a mandatory third party audit for all suppliers.  In summary from the OUSD(A&S) website: The Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Sustainment (OUSD(A&S)) recognizes that security is foundational to acquisition and should not be traded along with
  • Paul Kuepfer
    Glance at our cyber security newsfeed and you’ll notice similar stories over and over again… Companies and governments are being ransomed every 21 seconds Anyone with malicious intent can easily license ransomware services Ransomware demands are skyrocketing to over $111K Most companies that are attacked go out of business within
  • Paul Kuepfer
    Coronovirus (Covid19) will have a long reaching effect on business globally.  There never has been an event in modern times that has driven massive shift in workplace behavior from corporate office to work from home.  Although, it is unclear what the long term effects are of not feeling safe in
  • Paul Kuepfer
    2020 has seen the rapid dispersing of employees from centralized offices to work from their homes.  Companies have been utilizing tools including FTP & SFTP for many years to give access to files and data to employees customers and vendors to exchange data outside of the physical office.  However, with