Business Continuity Planning

With a potential pandemic sweeping the globe, businesses, educational institutions, and other organizations are beginning to test the strength of their continuity planning—or lack thereof. And in today’s tech-focused society, a company’s ability to keep things humming along during quarantine or other sudden disruption largely depends on its data services. Learn why business continuity services […]

Facial Recognition & Cybersecurity

Human beings are uniquely adept at recognizing faces and interpreting facial expressions. The average person is capable of remembering and recognizing over 5,000 unique faces instantly. We’re so good at it that we can immediately spot a familiar person up to 50 yards away. For a machine to step up to the task of recognizing […]

Business Tech: Combating Cybersecurity Risks Associated with Mobile Devices

Cybersecurity is a top priority for most businesses. We recognize that owning a small or medium-sized business doesn’t protect you from hackers. In fact, they increasingly target smaller businesses because the security efforts are often much easier to get past than the larger enterprises. You have to be concerned about the rising instances of ransomware […]

5G and Cybersecurity Implications

Cellular service has always been about speed, even from the very beginning. The lower the call drop rate, and the more dependable the connection, the better a carrier fares. As mobile phones have moved away from calling functions to become mobile computers, speed definitely matters. 5G, the common shorthand for “Fifth Generation Cellular Wireless” is the […]

Business Tech: Cybersecurity Checklist for 2020

As we enter 2020, the new year is a great time to assess your IT processes and see where your cybersecurity protocol might need to be improved. Whether you’re doing a fantastic job with data protection, or you need to shore things up, it’s always best to know where your company stands in terms of […]

New Orleans & Cybersecurity

In mid-December, the city of New Orleans suffered a cybersecurity breach so severe the mayor called a state of emergency, demonstrating a significant change in the cybersecurity landscape moving into the New Year. The ransomware attack in New Orleans began about 5 a.m. Dec. 13, when “suspicious activity” was detected on the city’s network, according to NOLA […]

Windows 7 Is Ending

Windows 7 has been one of the most popular operating systems Microsoft has ever produced. It’s so popular that many people still use it to this day. Sadly, The Microsoft company announced earlier this year that it is ending Windows 7 support next year in January 2020. This has important implications for those who may […]

Cybersecurity & Artificial Intelligence: A Glimpse at 2020

At Integrated Axis, we spend a great deal of time studying current and trending news in the industry, especially where cybersecurity is concerned. Many of the trends in the upcoming year concern artificial intelligence. While there are definitely other trends and upcoming changes to think about, we’re going to concentrate this short article on AI […]

Password Management & Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity information is readily available and widely circulated today. So have online hacking incidents decreased substantially? Not exactly. Hackers are still targeting personal credentials because they’re a slam dunk way to gain access to private information. According to Verizon’s 2019 Data Breach Investigations Report, stolen credentials account for 29% of all breaches, with 80% of hacking […]

Business Tech | The Risks of Email Compromise

We’ve talked at length before about email security in the business world, but this issue cannot be understated. According to AIG (one of the insurance companies that cover business losses due to cyber risks), the largest threat for businesses today are email breaches. Compromised emails cause more overall damage than ransomware and even data breaches by hackers. Why […]