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In our experience, 9 out of 10 companies have undetected vulnerabilities that could lead to data disaster.
This eBook exposes 10 silent threats that might be quietly undermining your operations now — and proposes one quick, easy and FREE way to bring these threats under control, fast.
Bringing on a new managed services client—onboarding—does not happen overnight. It is a process, not an event that requires a team effort by both the service provider and the client. But this initial stage of managed services is critical, and careful attention to the client’s IT needs and capabilities here will result in smoother sailing down the road.READ MORE
The Meridian team recently had the pleasure of sponsoring and participating in the 9th Annual CSAAC Charity Golf Classic.
It was a beautiful day for golf and the event was a huge success!
Meridian was once again an Eagle Sponsor, as was ECI.
The event's Birdie Sponsors included Alco Pharmacy, Butler Automotive Service, Sandy Spring Bank, MSWS, McEnroe Voice & Data, and La Prima Catering.
Finally, Par Sponsors for the day were Standard Solar, My Office Products, Niro Contracting, Selective Insurance, and Kaiser Permanente.
Sponsors and other attendees had a fun, yet competitive day out on the course at Blue Mash in Laytonsville, Maryland — all in support of a great cause!READ MORE
Traditionally, cybersecurity, and everything related to it, has been almost totally relegated to IT departments and/or outsourced IT/security providers. Those technical teams worked tirelessly to secure company networks and data by combining a variety of measures, including firewalls, antivirus software, mobile device management, data loss prevention tactics, hardware and firmware updates, etc.
And, while that worked for a while, hackers wised up — social engineering opened network back-doors, BYOD made it hard to secure endpoints, new malware and encrypting ransomware sprung up everywhere, and even USB drives became suspect — and traditional cybersecurity measures are simply no longer enough.
IT alone can no longer guarantee cybersecurity and protect your network from all threats. Why? Hackers have gotten really good at exploiting your biggest and most numerous vulnerabilities: unsuspecting employees.
Read on to learn more about this shift, why it's so important, its worldwide impact on businesses and governments, and what you can do to fight back and bolster your organization's security.READ MORE