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"Changes take place in cyber security at rapid speeds. Hackers don't quit and new threats are being developed all the time. You must be able to keep up, identify the road blocks and navigate around them."

Jeff Shipley, CEO

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RAVENii - Leading Managed Security Service Provider
RAVENii solves today's most complex cyber security challenges for our clients by providing comprehensive, scalable network security for any size company's network. Our solutions and our team adapt to your data and infrastructure needs. RAVENii takes a proactive risk-based approach to pinpoint vulnerabilities. We target threats to your network security, the where, when, and how, and then apply risk-based remediation efforts. Threats are stopped before they reach your network.
Emergency IT Support
RAVENii is here when you need immediate Network Security help! Our team responds quickly in the event of Cyber Attack, Zero-Day Attacks, or any other threat to your network environment.
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Cybersecurity Critical Concepts: MFA And PoLP
In the cybersecurity industry, we use several tools to keep networks and data secure. Two of the most important are multi-factor authentication (or MFA) and least privilege access. These are both ways of keeping would-be hackers from breaching your network, but they come at it from slightly different angles and are best used in tandem. Multi-Factor Authentication Multi-factor authentication refers to a layered approach to securing data and applications in which the system requires users to present a combination of two or more credentials to verify their identity for login. For example, entering your login credentials and then a 6-digit code sent to your phone as a text message or to your email address. Even the strongest credentials can…
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Cybersecurity: Hackers Don't Take Vacations!
Cybersecurity breaches, unfortunately, do not slow down in the summer. In fact, most security professionals will tell you that they are actually more frequent in the summer months. The reasons for this are murky, but having more staff out on vacation or working remotely are likely contributors. One measure we can take to prevent catastrophic infiltration is network segmentation. What Is Network Segmentation? When we segment a network, we partition a physical network into separate, logical sub-networks. We then distinguish the sub-networks and create unique security controls and services for each of them.  Applying controls to the individual, compartmentalized segments provides more control over network traffic. Network segmentation…
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Password Management Is Critical
Strong password management is a critical aspect of keeping your network secure. Poor management of passwords is one of the most common ways that cybercriminals gain access to a network. The Verizon Data Breach Information Report 2022 found that over 80% of Basic Web Application Attacks (BWAA) use stolen credentials. What Makes A Strong Password? A strong password is impossible to guess. To accomplish this, you must use a mixture of lowercase and capital letters, numbers, and symbols. The longer your password, the stronger it is. Each character you add increases the potential combinations exponentially. It is advisable to use at least twelve characters. Passwords should be all random characters. They should not contain any intuitive or…