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Spectacular Opportunities Abound at SpecTECHular

Posted on 8/8/19 10:24 AM by Get Schooled in Business Skills, in cloud, in IT security, in SpecTECHular, in data research, in open source, in ITSM, in Red Hat, in Center for Leadership and Development

On October 11, 2019, the 11th Annual SpecTECHular New Horizons Virtual Summit will deliver more valuable guidance and insight than ever before. 25% more tracks than last year featuring education workshops covering everything from information technology and security, to end-user applications, to professional development. Those seeking spectacular IT careers will gain incredible insight from this celebrated one-day free technology virtual event!

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Make Security an Integral Part of Your Business Goals

Posted on 10/7/14 10:47 AM by Get Schooled in EC-Council, in IT, in IT security, in Tips & Tricks

Many business principals find the whole issue of organizational security rather esoteric and are generally reluctant to allocate resources to it unless they can see a return on their investment. At the same time, technical staff charged with managing organizational security often find themselves fighting an uphill battle because, without the appropriate resources, they can’t do their jobs. As a result, both parties fall into a reactive rather than a proactive role, responding to incidents only when they affect critical operations.

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Microsoft Urges Moving Beyond Passwords

Posted on 6/9/14 8:30 AM by Get Schooled in IT professional, in IT security, in IT shortage, in Microsoft, in multifactor authentication, in security, in passwords, in Tips & Tricks

Businesses have had to cope with an increasing number of cyberattacks in recent months, bringing cybersecurity and data loss prevention solutions into the spotlight. In a blog post written last week, Microsoft partner and CGI vice president of global cybersecurity John Proctor expressed the need for companies to employ identity and access management techniques. IAM allows for enterprises to keep better track of who is accessing important business information and grant system permissions on a more discerning basis.

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