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Why Extended Validation Is the Best Type of TLS/SSL Certificate for Business Needs

Why Extended Validation Is the Best Type of TLS/SSL Certificate for Business Needs Published with permission by OpenSRS Identity theft and browser warnings are growing concerns among consumers. And while you may think enabling SSL on your website will allay these fears, failure to select the right TLS/SSL certificate can erode customer trust. To regain trust, site owners need an easy, reliable way to show customers that transactions are secure and that the site operator is who it says it is. But with the variety of TLS/SSL certs available – DV, OV, or EV – figuring out the best

June 18th, 2018|

What Are SSL Certificates, and Which SSL Certificate Should I Choose

What Are SSL Certificates, and Which SSL Certificate Should I Choose? Published with permission by OpenSRS A parent preparing a toddler for her first beach vacation and a seasoned kayaker preparing for Zambia’s Ghostrider rapid will not reach for the same life jacket. In the world of digital security, the purposes and specs of the various products are also highly relevant to the consumer, although the differences between them may not be so immediately clear. But in both cases, it’s important that the customer find the right fit. Whether you’re a business owner looking for the right SSL certificate

May 31st, 2018|

Take the Cost and Complexity out of Long Term Data Backup

Take the Cost and Complexity out of Long Term Data Backup Do you have too much data? If so, you are defnitely not alone. The volume of digital data created, replicated, and consumed keeps doubling and is expected to hit 6.6 zettabytes by 2020 - and that’s just in the United States. And in case you were wondering, 1 zettabyte is the amount of data you can store on just over 25 billion 4 terabyte hard drives. Organizations everywhere struggle to keep up with the explosion of data. Often, the hardest part is deciding what data to keep and

December 11th, 2017|

Comprehensive Malware Backup Protection for Enterprise

Would You Survive a Ransomware-In-Your-Backup Attack? Ransomware is not a new phenomenon, yet, technological advancements by savvy cyber-criminals have totally changed the game. Attacks used to be random...criminals would send millions of malware infections (either via phishing emails/malicious links) to see which end-user would open the file to encrypt an organization’s data. Trends are showing that while these types of attacks are still occurring, targeted attacks are becoming much more dominant because organizations are much more likely to pay the bitcoin figure to have their business critical data released. There are currently three types of ransomware attacks prevalent today:

October 9th, 2017|

Backup for Regulatory Compliance

Backup for Regulatory Compliance It’s your organizations responsibility to protect your critical corporate data, regardless of where that data resides. Services such as Microsoft 365,, G Suite may back-up your data from technical service outages, but not user error. If data or emails were accidentally deleted, but needed to be recovered or regulatory reasons, chances are your SaaS provider may be unable or unwilling to help. For example, Microsoft only retains user deleted data for as little as 14 days. Are you sure that your are meeting all your regulatory compliancy metrics? Asigra Cloud Backup™ service from InfoQuest,

August 27th, 2017|

Cloud Backup and Recovery for Endpoint Devices

Cloud Backup and Recovery for Endpoint Devices Executive Summary Armed with their own devices and faster wireless speeds, your employees are looking to access corporate data on the move. They are creating, consuming and storing mission critical business information on their mobile devices such as laptops, smartphones and tablets. Often they are using these work devices for personal use as well which means your sensitive corporate data is mingling with personal emails, photos and files. As noted by Forrester Research, in order to avoid employees operating in an IT underground, you may be one of many organizations that are developing a Bring-Your-Own-Device

June 6th, 2016|
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