As we close in on the end of 2020, technology advancements continue to make headlines. While COVID-19 has dominated the news over the past 10 months, articles about robots and how they will fundamentally transform the way we work has gained considerable attention as well. Will robots be the new humans?
The risk of data security breaches has been top of mind for many years, but during an unprecedented environment in 2020 the risk of these incidents has increased and it has become even more critical to prioritize guarding against cyber risk as part of daily business operations. Driving these priorities is a critical element for leadership in any industry – but especially in the financial services industry.
The process of finding an internship for an aspiring professional juggling work, school, and life is already tough. Competition is high, and organizations only have so many spots to fill leading to a long up-hill climb. Only to make matters more complicated, enter a world-wide pandemic that led to a nationwide shut down of businesses. Seemingly every internship program I had applied to was canceled and I was left with no opportunity for work.
October marks 2020's Cybersecurity Awareness Month. Cybersecurity Awareness Month was launched in October 2004 to ensure that every American had the appropriate resources needed to be safe and secure online.
No single security method is good enough to ward off every vulnerability, which is why Apogee’s clients have multi-layer security profiles. With anywhere from 7-12 layers of protection, you’ll have peace of mind knowing you’ve done everything you can to secure your business.
The cyber economy is booming. Apogee recognizes this and encourages their clients to be alert to the fact that the world revolves around online access and as a result, there is a great need for firms to create multiple layers of security to protect the mission critical assets of the firm. They recently held a webinar with their partner eSentire to discuss these threats and how to abate them in order to create more certainty in this highly uncertain environment.
Pittsburgh IT Services Provider Breaks into the top 15% of the 2020 MSP 501 List
As we move through the month of September, students all across the country are starting a new school year. Due to the recent COVID-19 pandemic, students and teachers are forced to adapt to a completely different learning environment. As school districts and colleges become more reliant on online learning, the risk of a cyberattack is significantly elevated. The question is- have schools properly prepared for this increased risk, most importantly have they purchased and implemented the best software to protect their privacy?
Apogee IT Services acknowledges its placement as one of the Largest Pittsburgh-area Cybersecurity Firms. Apogee has been deeply invested in expanding its security portfolio to address the onslaught of Cybersecurity threats to businesses in North America. Paul Cronin, CEO of Apogee said, “we are honored to be recognized for our achievement in the Cybersecurity industry which is made possible from our hard work internally and our partnerships with industry leaders Fortinet and eSentire.” Through our extensive portfolio of security offerings, we can address all seven layers of security and provide 7x24x365 management, detection, and response (MDR) to address security threats in seconds preventing extensive damage to client’s networks. Cronin said, “today it is more than just about keeping hackers out of the network because that is almost impossible with the amount of attacks and users’ behaviors. There needs to be focus on a security solution that immediately mitigates the impact when they get in to prevent widespread effects to the business and inevitably prevents a business’s data from being held up for ransom. That is our strategy and that is what our MDR solution does for businesses in addition to our many other IT services that we provide to Businesses.”
Join Apogee and eSentire on July 28th @ 11 am as we lead the discussion around de-mystifying the modern security landscape, what common risks affect your industry, and where cybersecurity is heading. The event will be co-hosted by eSentire who will also share some key ways to mitigate these risks.