|
Blog
|
Multi Factor Authentication

Prepping for Cloud Security in 2022: Is Your Business Ready?

Arraya Insights| November 9, 2021

While advancements in technology can make significant improvements in our daily lives, they also increase the attack surface for hackers. Today, everyone has become a target and cyber criminals know they’re on a lucrative track. As long as there’s money in it for them, they’re not slowing down anytime soon.   Implementing new technology has become vital for […]

Read More >

Security Now: Using Azure MFA Server to Protect Existing Resources

Arraya Insights| November 14, 2016

Lately it has been hard not to notice news about accounts being hacked. The number of major companies that have been hacked has grown extremely long. When an average person hears about hacking, images of people hiding in the shadows with laptops, rapidly typing lines of code and fighting firewalls come to the front of […]

Read More >

Are Your Users Following These IT Security Best Practices?

Arraya Insights| August 18, 2015

Stop. Think. Connect. Those three words are the basis of a global campaign designed to raise cyber security awareness. If end users follow along, it can go a long way towards making IT’s job of providing a safer, more secure technological environment that much easier. The campaign began in Oct. 2010 and it’s the brainchild […]

Read More >

Going Beyond Protecting Your Data with Just MDM

Arraya Insights| July 16, 2015

It is a fact of our modern life. Mobile devices and ubiquitous access back into our company allows us to work on our own terms. Employees love it, but IT Security hates it. There is a huge inherent risk when we allow our company’s sensitive data to be accessed with a username and password. We […]

Read More >

Increase Security with Azure, Not Complexity

Arraya Insights| May 28, 2015

End users love simplicity. What else could explain the enduring popularity of easy to remember passwords such as “123456,” “letmein” and, of course, the notorious “password?” Unfortunately, in this instance, simplicity and security don’t go hand-in-hand. While those passwords may be easy to remember, they don’t offer much in the way of actually keeping the […]

Read More >