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Five Main Standards of Care & Security Frameworks

by Calyptix, May 19, 2021

The small business owner wants to stay focused on business operations, not potential cyber threats. Establishing a standard of care for cybersecurity is not easy. Yet, fortunately, there are many available security frameworks that can be useful when developing your own standard of care. This article, the second in our … Continue reading

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What is a Cybersecurity Standard of Care 

by Calyptix, April 27, 2021

The cybersecurity landscape evolves rapidly. Bad actors are constantly finding new vulnerabilities to leverage. Small businesses often find it challenging to keep up with the latest threats and types of attack. They may partner with a managed service provider (MSP) to take the necessary steps to limit exposure. This article, … Continue reading

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Small Business Cybersecurity Configurations for Latest Vulnerabilities

by Calyptix, April 16, 2021

Albert Einstein is credited with saying, “we cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.” One way to get that fresh thinking? Learning from our mistakes as well as those of others. That was the idea behind the inaugural Calyptix Genius Briefing. In this … Continue reading

Filed under : Top threats

Egregor Ransomware Seeks to Extort Businesses

by Calyptix, April 6, 2021

Ransomware mutates as quickly as it seems the coronavirus is developing new strains. The Federal Bureau of Investigations first observed Egregor ransomware in September 2020. Just a few months later, the bureau warned of an increased threat to businesses from Egregor ransomware operators. As of January 6 2021, this ransomware … Continue reading

Filed under : Malware , Top threats

You’ve Got Trouble: Mitigating the Microsoft Exchange Server Breach

by Calyptix, March 16, 2021

As many as 30,000 American small businesses and local municipalities could have been compromised in a recent Microsoft Exchange Server  breach. In early March, Microsoft warned that multiple bad actors were actively seeking to hack unpatched Exchange servers, and subsequently issued a series of patches. Here’s what happened, why it … Continue reading

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Partners of the Year for Calyptix’s Cybersecurity Solution 

by Calyptix, February 25, 2021

There may be an “I” in Calyptix, but like any good company we know the value of teamwork. Our AccessEnforcer® cybersecurity solution secures small business networks so customers can raise profits, protect investments, and control technology. Yet our flagship product’s success relies on our partnerships too. That’s why we annually … Continue reading

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Secure Your Small Business with Identity Access

by Calyptix, February 9, 2021

Cybercriminals are a non-discriminating bunch. They don’t care where your business is, your industry focus, or whether it is a large enterprise or small, family-run business. Identity access is an important part of robust defense of personal data, funds, intellectual property and more. This article will explore the problem from … Continue reading

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No Active Directory Necessary for AE 5.0.2 & Other Features, Changes

by Calyptix, January 29, 2021

As we bid farewell to a 2020, we welcome 2021 with a brand new AccessEnforcer release! This release introduces a slew of new Gatekeeper features and many exciting changes. We’ve listened to your feedback and no longer require active directory, can protect Internet of Things devices, and so much more. … Continue reading

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