28 February 2017

Spring is Coming & Broadleaf has a Spring Surprise for You!

Contact us by April 10 and we will provide you with a complimentary network assessment. The Network Assessment is a non-invasive process that provides broad insight into your IT infrastructure. Unlike most IT assessment tools, there are no agents, probes or software to install. The small executable scan files can run from a thumb drive […]

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21 February 2017

SOC (Security Operations Center) As A Service

SOC (Security Operations Center) As A Service In a recent blog post, we discussed SIEM (Security Information and Event Management) as a Service. Now it is time to talk about the Security Operations Center. Security information and event management (SIEM) tools  are now widely used by many organizations to ensure that the systems, applications, and […]

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20 February 2017

Who does what in the middle of a DDoS attack or ransomware infection?

Terry Sweeney, a Los Angeles based writer who has covered technology, networking and security for more than 20 years wrote an excellent article titled 10 Essential Elements For Your Incident Response Plan  We have highlighted some of his points here that we think are particularly valuable for Broadleaf customers. Terry Sweeney kicks off by emphasizing that […]

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1 February 2017

Security- 9 Best Practice Tips

In case you missed our webinar, “How To Stop Ransomware in its Tracks” here are some key takeaways about security best practices shared by Chris Chaves of Sophos. Don’t delay, implement them now. Backup! Backup! Backup! – Perform regular backups and keep them offline and off-site. How often you ask? That depends on how much […]

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