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What you now need to know if your company has a DoD contract?

CMMC / DFARS 7012 / NIST 800-171 What you now need to know if your company has a DoD contract? If it does, you need some level of certification. The new Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) will require that 100% of all DoD contractors/suppliers achieve some level of 3rd party certification related to what is specified in their contracts. Once the CMMC goes into effect, self-attestation will no longer be sufficient to bid on DoD contracts, and it will affect all companies doing business in the defense supply chain regardless of the type of business. Start your certification by getting data compliant using Armarius Software’s affordable solution that installs easily across your company in 30 minutes or less. Manage [...]

February 28th, 2020|

Press Release

An employee's self-interest is the most common data breach in a Merger and Acquisitions Providing proof that your I.P. and sensitive data has not been breached or compromised by employees will become the new requirement to close the deal. Press release Warrenville, Illinois, January 24, 2020 - The fear of the unknown encourages employees to take data.  Everything from vendor files, pricing, customer list, drawings, formulas, and intellectual property is at risk and more. There is no hierarchy as to whom or when. More than half of the employees who left or lost their jobs in the last 12 months kept confidential corporate data, and 40 percent plan to use it in their new position. Quest research found 90% of [...]

January 24th, 2020|

5 Ways for Merging Companies to Ensure and Increase Endpoint Security

Mergers and acquisitions (M&As) are great ways to accelerate growth in industries, but they also pose a huge challenge, with increasing risks in cybersecurity rearing its ugly head. Businesses see cybersecurity issues as major flashpoints in hampering a deal or decreasing its value. Cybersecurity experts agree, and a huge part of this is endpoint security. A cybersecurity risk survey on M&As found that 63% of IT decision-makers surveyed agreed that there is a wide range of cybersecurity risks for mergers. More than half of them note that during any M&A, they find Internet of Things and operational technology devices unaccounted for before the integration. The staggering amount of data put at risk by these endpoint security issues can not only [...]

January 21st, 2020|

Do you really need to manage your endpoints?

Over 50 % of data compromise is coming from your users! It is becoming one of the most significant threats to small and medium-sized businesses today. More, than half of all enterprise data now lives on endpoints, beyond traditional visibility and security tools centered on a network drive or central server. Human error accounts for over 32 % of sensitive data that mistakenly gets sent out. Another 39 % is done with malicious intent by disgruntled employees. Half of the employees who left or lost their jobs in the last 12 months kept confidential corporate data, according to IT BUSINESS EDGE, and 40 % plan to use it in their new jobs. The results show that everyday employees' attitudes and [...]

October 7th, 2019|

To err is human, to a cyber criminal, it is priceless!

Why with all the IT support and cloud security is my company still vulnerable to data breaches? The answer is actually very simple. It is caused by human error!  Your employees. What most companies fail to understand is that over 33% of your data breaches are simply created by employee error. The other 39 % are malicious behavior of disgruntled or terminated employees. Knowing this, cybercriminals create highly effective data scams that are all too convincing. It only takes a simple curious click in an email, on a website, and/or social media to activate a virus and ultimately cause a breach. Up until now the answer has been “educate your employees” on your IT policies and then hope they follow [...]

July 11th, 2019|

Free 60-day DSRA to the City of Riviera Beach

July 1, 2019 Mr. Ronnie L. Felder, Mayor City of Riviera Beach 600 West Blue Heron Blvd. Riviera Beach, FL. 33404   Dear Mr. Felder, The Ransomware attack on your city’s network was most unfortunate and there appears to be a growing outbreak of similar malicious activity elsewhere in Florida, including Lake City and Stuart. On June 21, 2019 a press release posted by the Boca Raton based Center for Information Security Awareness (CFISA) stated they have offered to provide free cyber security awareness training to the Riviera Beach City employees. /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ As the CEO of Armarius Software, I would like to assist by offering you a free 60-day Desktop Security Risk Analysis (DSRA) including comprehensive monthly reports that summarize [...]

July 4th, 2019|