I am asked to write articles, several times a year, for Healthcare Business Monthly. We preach the importance of IT Security to all of our clients and I’ve been hit with this question time and time again, “What are the first and most important steps we should take?” Click the article below to find out
Comcast, one of our primary Internet providers, is performing planned maintenance on March 8th, from 2:00AM-6:00AM. During this time there may be intermittent outages, affecting connectivity to some of our servers.
As part of our Patch Management Policy, January’s security patches and updates were approved for distribution. Additionally, 3rd Party Patches were approved for servers. Thank You, PrecisionBS Support
As technology changes daily, continuing education has always been important to us. Last year, we had several accomplishments throughout the office: Walt Hutsky Certified Information Security Manager Certified Information Systems Security Professional Dr. Kevin Slonka Offensive Security Certified Professional (a certified hacker) Myself Certified in Risk and Information System Controls U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, Leadership
We are pleased to introduce you to Jared Snowberger, the latest addition to our IT family. Before joining the team at Precision Business Solutions, Jared graduated from IUP with honors, with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Technology Support and Training. After graduation, he went on to work in the IT department at Mount Aloysius College.
Lauren Bungard works as a Technical Writer/Systems Administrator at Precision Business Solutions. Prior to joining PrecisionBS, Ms. Bungard worked for Concurrent Technologies Corporation (CTC), a local defense contractor for over 15 years, where she provided Help Desk Support, conducted server maintenance, and created/reviewed various procedures, proposals, and technical reports. Ms. Bungard holds an Associate’s Degree
How much is your organization willing to spend on cyber security? $10,000? $20,000? $50,000? If your organization doesn’t spend any money securing its network and data, which fine is it prepared to pay? $100,000? $500,000? $1,500,000? While those numbers are just examples (but very real examples), the point is clear: the cost of non-compliance is
As part of our Patch Management Policy, December’s security patches and updates were approved for distribution. Thank You, PrecisionBS Support
We’ve approved the Emergency Windows Security update, outside the scope of our standard two week patch policy. This emergency patch, will begin deploying Wednesday, December 13th. https://thehackernews.com/2017/12/windows-update-malware-protection.html Thank You, PrecisionBS Support
As part of our Patch Management Policy, November’s security patches and updates were approved for distribution. Thank You, PrecisionBS Support