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How to Build a Proactive Security Practice in 5 Steps

Arraya Insights| October 27, 2022

We’re wrapping up 2022’s Cyber Security Awareness Month and after all this talk of awareness, it’s time to focus on action.   Even if you’ve been intentionally avoiding the bad news, it’s no secret that the cyber risks we face today are a problem for everyone. So now it’s time to break through the bad news […]

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Microsoft Defender for Servers: Plan 2 is Now Available  

Ivan Avelancio| August 4, 2022

Microsoft Defender for Endpoint has many available methods to deploy and manage onboarding and configurations using Microsoft Endpoint Manager (which includes Intune), and there is no shortage of capabilities surrounding the deployment methods. However, server capabilities for non-managed servers have been primarily deferred to resources outside of MEM. The options to manage servers using Microsoft […]

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Steps to Consider to Boost Endpoint Security

Arraya Insights| April 12, 2022

We’re living through an interesting time for the world of work. Digital security is now more important than ever, yet we’re working miles apart from one another and transmitting data all over the place. Employees are logging onto their company network through their personal WIFI, the same WIFI their teenager may be using to download […]

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Arraya Insights Vodcast: Prioritizing Endpoint Security in the New World of Work

Arraya Insights| April 4, 2022

In this episode of the Arraya Insights Vodcast, our panel discusses the importance of endpoint security in today’s “New World of Work”. Now that users are more connected to their business networks from their homes than ever before, what can and should be done to protect home networks? And should organizations have a say in […]

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5 Ways You Are Using Endpoint Protection Software Incorrectly

Arraya Insights| February 17, 2017

I’d like to start this blog entry with a disclaimer – I am certainly not advocating that you are going to stop all malware threats by installing antivirus software. I’m not even suggesting that traditional signature based antivirus software will block 50% of the malware out there. What I’m saying is that, when used correctly, […]

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