Category: Security | Blog

The world we live in is safe no more. One cannot leave data on a server and just assume that it will be safe. Security, whether we are talking about a firewall or data encryption are the must and not the bonus when placing your data somewhere. We will approach these issues in the articles that this category holds.

Whether we are talking about e-mail encryption or data failures, there is always something to learn when it comes to security. Things like making sure you have a backup or that your provider makes periodic backups of you data are a must nowadays.

You can’t talk about security and not approach disaster recovery and the new service in town DRaaS. Prominic will guide you with what it means to have a good Disaster Recovery Plan and how DRaaS can help you make sure your business is safe even if the unthinkable happens.


Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS): The Key Points

Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS): The Key Points

What is DRaaS?   Though a fairly recent concept, you might have heard of Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) in recent few years. It represents the replication and hosting of physical or virtual servers by a third party to provide failover in the event of a man-made or natural catastrophe.   You might think that […]

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SaaS Email Encryption:  Security and Peace of Mind Without the Hassle

SaaS Email Encryption: Security and Peace of Mind Without the Hassle

Digital security is a hot button issue that is front in center in the media and cannot be ignored. Sending information over the web in an unsecured fashion is a risky proposition for many reasons: an increased threat of identity theft, exfiltration of sensitive business information, and, increasingly, a threat of non-compliance with established standards governing the transmission of PHI and PCI.

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Cloud Security Best Practices: Assessing Your Provider

Cloud Security Best Practices: Assessing Your Provider

Cloud provider’s security has usually been the main concern and reservation for most companies considering moving their organization to the cloud. Here are some steps you can take in evaluating if a cloud provider is a good fit for your organization.

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Securing Domino against POODLE with NGINX

Securing Domino against POODLE with NGINX

Security is ALL When the latest SSL exploit was announced earlier this week (Oct 14, 2014), we had been hopeful that some of our environments would be protected from the get-go. While all the community eagerly awaits a security patch from IBM for Domino itself– or at least support for IHS securing the traffic on […]

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