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Vancord Webinar Replay

Vancord is our companion cybersecurity organization that provides specialized security engagements such as vulnerability assessments, penetration testing and other related services. Jason Pufahl, a former Chief Information Security Officer, leads this team and is supported by a talented group of senior security engineers.

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Protect Your Self from Costly Ransomware Attacks

According to the US Department of Homeland Security, the number one way to protect yourself from costly ransomware attacks is by implementing and maintaining a strong backup and disaster recovery solution.

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7 Key Steps to Prevent Getting Hacked

There are seven key steps you can take to prevent getting hacked:

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Why You Need Multi-Factor Authentication

Organization size is no longer a factor when it comes to data breaches. According to the Verizon Breach Report ( 95% of all web application attacks involved stealing the credentials of a user.

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Is Your Network Exposed to Cyber Attack?

When it comes to cyber threat vulnerability, the odds are stacked against you. Organizations that survive and thrive understand their network security needs and prioritize the following:

  • Digital and Mobile Security.
  • Proper Allocation of Resources.
  • Real Performance of Applications.

Our security partner, Fortinet, has unveiled a new solution dedicated to identifying network threats:
The Cyber Threat Assessment Program. Our short video explains how it works:

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How Secure is Your Network Perimeter?

Running a small business has become a much more complicated process in the 21st century global marketplace where the margin for error between tremendous success and crushing bankruptcy is razor thin. The lifeblood of any business is information.  Providing the necessary network infrastructure and security ensures optimal efficiencies while protecting your crucial data.

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Your Bank Got Hacked!

Over the last week, the largest ever single breach of US Banks occurred as hackers redirected extremely large amounts of traffic to US Banks that it slowed, if not shut down, Banks websites.  Cyber-attacks on the biggest U.S. banks, including JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, and Wells Fargo, have breached some of the nation’s most advanced computer defenses and exposed the vulnerability of its infrastructure, said cyber security specialists tracking the assaults.  Terrorists from Iran have claimed responsibility in what analysts say is a direct result of the pressure being put on the Iranian economy from the US and Europe.  While the group is using a method known as distributed denial-of-service, or DDoS, to overwhelm financial-industry websites with traffic from hijacked computers, the attacks have taken control of commercial servers that have much more power, according to the specialists.

While the attacks didn’t affect the ATM networks of the banks or have any critical information or money stolen, it was enough of a headache to call for a closed door session in the White House. President Barack Obama’s administration to circulate a draft executive order that would create a program to shield vital computer networks from cyber-attacks, something the Senate failed to pass last month as security specialists warned of this imminent attack.

TBNG Consulting believes in an active security strategy, utilizing a defense-in-depth methodology by which a layered approach to security protects your organization against the countless threats discovered each and every day. TBNG Consulting’s highly qualified engineers have the expertise and experience to make a difference in your work environment.  To learn more, contact us today at or at 855-512-4817.

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Secure your Data!

TBNG Consulting works closely with our clients to ensure the security of their data at rest, and in transit.  Organizations, small and large, need to ensure their critical data is protected by a layered approach to security.  The risks are real, and can be seen in a recent Yahoo compromise where roughly 450,000 usernames and passwords were stolen earlier this month.  A hack of any nature is bad press for an organization, but it also appears Yahoo mistakenly stored this data unencrypted. If it turns out that Yahoo was fraudulent in their security policy, and did not handle their client’s data with due care, then Yahoo may be prosecuted.

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