With a lot of us now working from home for the majority of the week, it’s a good time to have a think about what equipment we have around us and if it’s fit for long-term use. Here are our top 10 things to consider.Read More
Datcom attain ThreatLocker Gold Partner Award to ensure top security for our clients.Datcom are thrilled to announce our Gold Partnership status with cutting-edge security vendor, ThreatLocker.
What is all the fuss about?Most cybersecurity protections are based on looking for, finding and stopping threats. The problem is, cybercriminals are getting smarter and entering networks undetected. Employees are constantly inviting threats through actions such as downloading applications without approval, clicking on links they shouldn’t and opening attachments in emails. That’s why a new approach of blocking everything that’s not trusted and only allowing applications that are approved, is a far cleaner and more comprehensive approach to making sure malware doesn’t end up on your networks.
What does ThreatLocker do?
- ThreatLocker Whitelisting implements a default-deny approach, which means all applications are blocked unless they are on the whitelist
- ThreatLocker Ringfencing solution adds control with firewall-like boundaries around your applications, stopping them from interacting with other applications, accessing network resources, registry keys, and even your files
- ThreatLocker Storage Control manages device access down to the most granular level, including file type, user or group, application and serial number – regardless of whether or not the device has been encrypted. ThreatLocker not only protects you from USB drives, it protects all of your files, including those on your local hard drives and file servers
Whether you’re talking to colleagues two floors up, or 200 miles away, Teams is a great collaboration tool. Even the free version can help people communicate and collaborate – either within, or across, organisations. So why should you add Teams Telephony to your package?Read More
MFA stands for Multi-factor Authentication. It means users have to provide two or more verification factors to access a resource, such as an application, online account, or VPN. If you have MFA on all your business and personal online accounts, then you are already more secure than 85% of businesses. Let’s compare the various MFA methods available and see how we can make your account even more secure.Read More