Insights from VAF Blog

Ensure Your Employees Are Aware of the Latest Threats with Security Awareness Training

February 15th, 2024 by admin

Cybersecurity threats are constantly evolving, posing significant risks to businesses of all sizes. While investing in advanced security measures is crucial, one often overlooked aspect is ensuring that employees are equipped to identify and mitigate...

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Posted in: Training, Security

Leveraging Powerful Artificial Intelligence Anti-Phishing Technology to Keep Email Inboxes Safe

February 6th, 2024 by admin

Leading MTSP Shares Why Email Is an Easy Way to Destroy A Company’s Network INDIANAPOLIS, IN ‐ Van Ausdall & Farrar, Inc., a leading managed technology services provider (MTSP), recently announced that they are protecting small to midsized businesses...

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Posted in: Press Release

What Business Leaders Should Know About Ransomware

May 20th, 2022 by Van Ausdall & Farrar

Ransomware is one of the most damaging cyber-attack types of all time. It’s the one feared the most by business owners and cybersecurity defenders. This worry is not without reason. In an instant, an organization’s critical IT infrastructure can be...

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Posted in: Insights from VAF Blog, Data Security & Compliance Solutions, Cybersecurity

The Benefits of a Technology Strength Assessment

December 9th, 2021 by Van Ausdall & Farrar

It’s a basic fact of life: change happens. Just as we all go through changes as people, businesses and organizations evolve. Technology also evolves, perhaps even quicker than anticipated. A technology solution you brought in two or three years ago may...

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Posted in: Insights from VAF Blog, Cloud Solutions, Managed IT Solutions

How to Keep Your Business' Data Safe and Secure

November 3rd, 2021 by Van Ausdall & Farrar

Data breaches, especially for small- to midsize companies, continue to be a major threat, as cybercriminals have become more sophisticated in their methods. Most data attacks come out of nowhere and often target companies with sub-par security solutions...

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Posted in: Insights from VAF Blog, Data Security & Compliance Solutions, Cybersecurity

Steps to Effective Mobile Device Security in 2019

October 22nd, 2019 by Ashlee Colliver

If you’re in charge of corporate IT, you know computers can be tricky to keep secure. When you add in the factor of portability – like when a mobile device is checked out of the office – your challenge grows exponentially. ESSENTIAL LAYERS OF MOBILE DEVICE...

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Posted in: Insights from VAF Blog, Data Security & Compliance Solutions, Information, Managed IT Solutions

A CIO’s Simple IT Security Checklist

March 26th, 2019 by Ashlee Colliver

There was a time when those who refused to utilize technology could still thrive in business. That time is certainly over. Small businesses of all shapes and sizes must now embrace technology to maintain operational efficiency and compete in today’s market....

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Posted in: Insights from VAF Blog, Data Security & Compliance Solutions

Is Your Printer the New Silent Security Threat to Your Network?

February 25th, 2019 by Brian Courtney

Equipping an office with printers that are connected to the Internet offers a wealth of benefits, but in an age where cybersecurity should be a concern for all of us, it’s crucial to be aware of the potential implications of failing to make sure that...

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Posted in: Insights from VAF Blog, Print, Managed IT Solutions

Time is Now for Lawyers to Get Savvy about Mobile Speech Productivity

December 26th, 2016 by Greg Moheban

Twenty-sixteen is a big year for lawyers and mobile technology. Statistically speaking, all lawyers now access work email, perform legal research and communicate with clients or colleagues 1) while away from their offices and 2) using smartphones, laptops...

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Tips for Navigating your Email Safely

April 11th, 2016 by Guillermo Fernandez

Email has become a de facto method of communication for businesses and individuals alike.  Trusting all email, however, can be a big mistake.  Here is a quick read that will help you determine which emails you can open and which you should delete! Phishing...

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