Take Control of Password Management

Posted Posted in Cybersecurity, Security

Whether its work or personal, passwords are an integral part of our routines at every level of access, and with the increasing complexity of illicit attempts to gain entry into our lives of password laden data it forces us to adapt and further enforce our own internal password policies & procedures.

In doing so it also creates additional points of user vulnerability if we continue to rely on the password storage recall techniques of days past.

Creating and Enforcing IT Security Policies

Posted Posted in Security

Though writing and enforcing policies and procedures is probably nobody’s favorite area of IT operations, it’s still a vital part of your business. While creating and following set policies is mandatory for government contractors and HIPAA covered entities, EXP takes it a step further. We recommend all companies and organizations maintain and enforce a basic package of policies and procedures that includes the following points…

Creating a Layered Security Approach

Posted Posted in Security, Uncategorized

“Imagine a typical Seattle weather day (excluding July and August maybe). You’re heading out for a mixed day of fun and errands that may include visiting the local farmers market, taking the dog for a walk, making a trip to a taco truck, and maybe a hike around Discovery Park. You’ll do some walking, some driving and move between indoors and outdoors. How do you dress for this multi-faceted excursion? Layers. The answer is always layers.”