Simply, we put ourselves in our customers' shoes. Our customers appreciate our due diligence; we do not take shortcuts and will work with you to achieve the desired results.
Whom we serve
Vertical Data Engineering Systems specializes in general technology management, Software Development Services, and information security governance planning. We offer a unique advantage of knowledge on a range of customized IT:
- Technology Management
- Software and Systems Integration
- Regulatory Compliance - subject to regulatory governance like HIPAA?
- Cloud Infrastructure Management - Azure, AWS, Rackspace?
- Dispersed Workforce - Solutions to keep your users connected and secure no matter where they are.
- Secure Development practices - all our Developers undergo Secure Development Lifecycle (SDLC) training.
May 11, 2023. Cybersecurity Awareness! You should enable multi-factor authentication to protect valuable information. Multi-factor authentication (MFA), also known as two-factor or two-step verification, is a security measure requiring anyone logging into an account to navigate a two-step process to prove their identity. When it’s available, always turn it on because it’s easy to do and dramatically increases your security! How does MFA work?
May 21, 2023. Ransomware damages are expected to exceed $30 billion worldwide in 2023, InfoSecurity reports. Ransomware attacks are still among the greatest threats to businesses of all sizes. Ransomware is a form of malware that encrypts a victim's files. The attacker then demands a ransom from the victim to restore access to the data upon payment. Unfortunately, since companies need to take prevention seriously and are unwilling to invest in it, ransomware attacks continue to increase. There are several vectors ransomware can take to access a computer. One of the most common delivery systems is phishing spam - attachments that come to the victim in an email, masquerading as a file they should trust. Clicking on the image or downloading the file results in the victims' computers being taken over, especially if they have built-in social engineering tools that trick users into allowing administrative access to their machines. Some other, more aggressive forms of ransomware, like NotPetya, exploit security holes to infect computers without tricking users.
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