Solutions II Blog

To Click or Not To Click

Posted by Matt Gourley on Oct 25, 2017 12:00:00 PM

Cyber Security firms are innovating at a pace never seen before trying to keep with various attack vectors facing organizations and individuals alike. It’s no secret that cyber security is a lucrative area to be in, but what is really driving this huge market and will it ever slow down? The speed and sophistication of attacks that happen to corporate America are on the rise and businesses that once held the stance of “we’re not at risk of being hacked” are now admitting that it’s no longer a question of “if” but “when”. With these escalating concerns, businesses are forced to pay big bucks to security firms to help reduce their risk. They are also spending more on remediation of existing deficiencies as evidenced by this statistic and article from Business Insider: Cybersecurity is a $81.7 billion market - and startups are raking in the dough

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Topics: Business Continuity, Security, Security Breach, Cybercrime

Your Data is Your Most Valuable Asset

Posted by Mike Hicken on Oct 18, 2017 11:00:00 AM

There is no doubt that body cameras and live streaming video has helped with officer and civilian safety. Body cams are starting to play a significant role in how we investigate crime and this method is growing at a rapid pace. In today’s world, having a video camera in your pocket at all times is the norm so even civilian videos need to be stored for evidence. Both small and large agencies around the country need to be prepared for large costs of implementing cameras on officers. Cameras alone are expensive, although, the real costs occur within the IT infrastructure needed to store, protect and backup these large files once produced.

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Topics: Business Continuity, Data Protection, Security, Public Safety

25 Years and Counting

Posted by David Stone on Oct 10, 2017 11:30:00 AM

What happened on October 1, 1992?  After 10 years of working for someone else, I went into our basement and started working for all of you; my family, our employees and our clients. Why? I wanted to create a work environment that I could be passionate about and proud of. I wanted to provide a place for people to work where they could just do the right thing for each other and our clients. In those days, that was an anomaly and unfortunately it still is today, but not at Solutions II. We are all passionate about our families, our fellow employees and our clients. How cool is that?

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