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Securing Success: Mile2 Partner of the Year Winner in Cybersecurity

In the fast-paced world of cybersecurity, recognition for exceptional performance and dedication is a testament to the relentless pursuit of excellence. Today, we gather to celebrate the remarkable achievement of being honored as the Mile2 Partner of the Year. This prestigious award not only acknowledges our commitment to providing top-notch cybersecurity training and solutions but also serves as a testament to the hard work and collective efforts of our entire team.

5 Security Holes in Uploading Company Information to Chat GPT and How to Mitigate Them

In today's digital age, companies are increasingly relying on technology to communicate and collaborate with employees. One such tool is chat GPT, a language model that can understand and respond to natural language inputs. While chat GPT can be a useful tool for organizations, it also poses a potential security risk if employees upload sensitive company information to the platform.

7 Things Your Boss Wishes You Knew About Data Managment

7 key data concepts your boss wishes you knew. Improve decision-making, protect data, and drive growth with these tips.

3 Expectations and Realities of an Azure Administration Job

Understand the expectations and realities of an Azure Administrator job before applying. Learn the necessary skills and dedication required.

Mobile Phone Security

As a cybersecurity professional, I have talked to a lot of people in and out of the classroom, as a consultant for the federal government and the private sector but I’m still shocked when I ask, "What kind of antimalware or firewall do you use for your phone?" Three responses are typical: silence; "I don’t use anything"; or something reasonable like Symantec Mobile Security for Android, McAfee, etc. I applaud them for choosing something which shows some awareness although not for their specific choices. But hey, it’s a start.

Let’s face it—people have favorites. I have mine and you probably have yours. It’s human nature. Some people like pizza with pineapple and some people think that’s sacrilege. But you can’t argue with the logic of having something instead of nothing makes sense when it comes to security.  


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