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ImageQuest promotes Mason Funderburg to Security Operations Engineer

Mason Funderburg, Lead Client Support Specialist for ImageQuest, has been promoted to Security Operations Engineer. Mason joins ImageQuest’s Security Operations team led by SecOps Architect Damian King. Mason started with ImageQuest in 2020 as an IT Support Specialist II, then was promoted to Field Tech 10 months later. Seven months ago, he was named Lead …

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What is the difference between Compliance and Security in IT?

What is the difference between compliance and security in technology?  Is there a difference? Yes, there is a difference. While cybersecurity and IT compliance have elements in common, they are still different protocols. Consider the definitions: Cybersecurity is implementing and managing security controls to protect an organization and its assets. Compliance is implementing and managing …

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ImageQuest promotes Mason Funderburg to Client Support Team Lead

ImageQuest has promoted Mason Funderburg to Client Support Team Lead, effective today. The promotion reflects Mason “consistently going above and beyond for our clients and our team,” said Alyssia Syphers, Client Support Manager. “Mason is a natural leader. He is analytical, looks for process improvement, and is always willing to help wherever we need help.” …

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Our IT New Year’s resolutions: Worry less about ransomware, phishing

Here’s a New Year’s resolution for you: Worry less about ransomware. Ha! you say, impossible! Well, not if you take certain steps. And if your internal IT team is stretched thin (hello, log4j) some steps might have been missed. We have a checklist to help you achieve this New Year’s resolution – and for another …

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CISA recommends establishing secure Web browsing

Have you heard of the term “malvertising”? As the “mal” in the name suggests, it’s another problem to be wary of online. The U.S. Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) defines it as “the use of malicious or hijacked website advertisements to spread malware. … It bypasses built-in browser protections against pop-ups and forced redirects …

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Federal government cracking down on contractors with poor cybersecurity

Do you do business with the government? If you or your firm are a government contractor and suffer a security incident or misrepresent your cybersecurity practices, heads up. The U.S. Department of Justice could sue you. The DOJ recently said it would leverage the existing False Claims Act (FCA) to pursue cybersecurity-related fraud by government …

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Cyber insurance: Best of luck if you haven’t deployed these measures

Cyber insurance may be harder to obtain. Cyber insurers now require their customers to have specific cybersecurity measures in place – or face non-renewal of their policies as of the first of September. The cyber insurance market continues to harden from a seemingly endless number of claims due to cybersecurity attacks. While some insurers are …

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10 tips to stay secure when shopping on Black Friday (and the rest of the year!)

Black Friday is upon us – and with it, the traditional bonanza of people shopping online. Both retailers and fraudsters stand ready to grab your log-in information, your email, your home address, phone number – and of course, your credit card information. It’s a bonanza for identity thieves. Numerous reports say cyber criminals are poised …

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Why ImageQuest recommends Arctic Wolf protection

Today’s world includes unrelenting attempts by hackers, some sponsored by foreign countries, to steal data, damage systems, and halt operations. Hackers’ skillfully-written emails, with fraudulent links and attachments, increase the likelihood that all organizations will experience an attack sooner or later. Such phishing emails are the source of most breaches – and impossible to block …

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