2012 End of Year Security Summary
By Tom K
December 27, 2012 – Cyberspace isn’t getting any safer. The bad guys continue to make a great living picking the low hanging fruit.
Maintaining basic security measures will keep the fruits of your labors out of their reach. Our Year End Security Summary tradition reviews the core basics along with a few advanced topics.
So please, as you prepare for this New Year, take a few minutes to review these simple but necessary security items:
1. Centrally managed Corporate Anti Virus Protection
See Protect Your Company from Viruses and Malware with Enterprise Anti Virus Systems
2. Centrally managed Windows Updates
See Centrally Manage Microsoft Updates Across Your Enterprise For Free!
3. Centrally managed Corporate Spam Protection
See Got Spam? Eradicate Spam and Email Viruses BEFORE they get to Your Environment!
4. Use Secure Passwords – don’t make it easy for the bad guys to get in
See Secure Passwords – You need to get this right!
About Tom Kaczmarek
Tom K has spent the last 26 years working with company leaders to develop their business and technology strategies and create IT environments that will best serve their business goals, optimize the use of their computing resources, maximize their systems up-time, and get the most out of their IT investment.
Tom K’s experience was developed as a Director and lead consultant with three respected technology firms, one servicing Vacation Rental Management companies across the country, and two servicing NYC Clients in the banking, finance, and manufacturing industries. Tom also served as CTO for an e-Commerce Web Consultation firm and as IT Director for an international consumer testing company. He holds senior technical certifications from Cisco, Microsoft, Citrix, HP, and Intel.
Tom K brought his expertise from Wall St. to the Vacation Rental and Real Estate industry in 2003. Through his technical skills and business acumen, Tom has helped numerous companies effectively utilize technology to realize their business goals, increase productivity, and improve their bottom line.
Tom K’s extensive experience as both consultant and IT Director provides him with an in-depth understanding of the needs and expectations of his Clients, from both the business and the technical prospective. This knowledge allows Tom to consistently provide the solutions and exceptional levels of service required to exceed those expectations.