Theories Abound on Motive for Sony Pictures Hack

Arraya Insights| January 2, 2015

Right now there are nearly as many theories about who hacked Sony Pictures as there are people signing up at their local gyms to get started on those New Year’s resolutions. Even though the FBI is still steadfastly convinced North Korea’s fingerprints are all over the attack, another theory has been gaining steam lately. The […]

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Advancing Health IT Security and Interoperability: 3 Targets

Arraya Insights| December 30, 2014

Our recent posts on the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology’s “Federal Health IT Strategic Plan 2015-2020” have covered the scope of the plan and gone in depth on one of its top goals, namely, expanding the adoption of health IT. In this post, we’re […]

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Missed Upgrade Leads to JPMorgan Chase Cyber Attack

Arraya Insights| December 29, 2014

Your network security has been breached and your company’s sensitive data is in the hands of cyber crooks. That in and of itself is a bad enough spot to be in, but the salt in the wound? Hearing security experts say that a simple fix could have prevented the attack in the first place. It’s […]

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Microsoft Releases Patch for Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability

Arraya Insights| November 21, 2014

Heads up: Microsoft has just released a critical update needed to patch an elevation of privilege vulnerability lurking in Kerberos KDC. This flaw – known as Kerberos Checksum Vulnerability – could give an attacker the ability to increase the privileges of a standard user account up to the level of domain administrator. From there, the […]

5 Questions You Need to Ask Before Choosing a Managed Services Provider

Arraya Insights| November 18, 2014

What makes a truly great managed services partner? While there’s no precise recipe, most of the best-of-breed providers have more than a few key ingredients in common. Sifting through the possibilities and finding the right managed services provider to partner with can be a demanding process for IT pros. Let’s face it, time isn’t exactly […]

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Cyber Security Month Recap

Arraya Insights| November 17, 2014

October has come and gone and with it so has another National Cyber Security Awareness Month. The month-long celebration sponsored by the US Department of Homeland Security, in cooperation with the National Cyber Security Alliance and the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center was designed to bring digital security issues to the forefront. Throughout the […]

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IT Buzzwords Defined

Arraya Insights| November 4, 2014

There’s nothing quite like walking away from a conversation feeling like you need to Google a big chunk of it in order to figure out what the heck the other person was talking about. Some of the jargon and buzzwords in the technology field can leave even savvy IT pros scratching their heads on occasion. […]

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Companies Paying Even More to Resolve Cyber Attacks

Arraya Insights| October 28, 2014

Businesses are having to work harder and spend more time trying to effectively contain and then resolve cyber-attacks, and that effort is starting to take a toll on their bottom lines. On average this year it’s taken companies 31 days to contain a cyber-attack.  They’ve spent an estimated $639,462 during that 31-day period while they […]

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Arraya Solutions' Open House Recap - October 16, 2014

Arraya Insights| October 20, 2014

Last week, Arraya Solutions hosted IT leaders from around the region at its fourth annual Open House and Technology Day. In addition to the usual networking opportunities with peers and industry-leading vendors, this year’s event held extra significance as it also celebrated Arraya’s milestone 15th corporate anniversary. The event was held on Thursday, October 16, […]

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A Look Back: Celebrating 15 Years of Arraya Solutions

Arraya Insights| October 8, 2014

Fifteen years ago, there was no such thing as an iPhone (or even an iPod, for that matter), Y2K was giving IT pros everywhere ulcers, and in the Philadelphia area, two former co-workers ventured out together to start their own business. Arraya Solutions’ co-founders Daniel Lifshutz and David Bakker met while they were both employed […]

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