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Right MSP, Right Seat: Applying EOS to your Relationship with your MSP  

Right people. Right seat. This may be one of the most important tools within the Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS). Grade A recently started our EOS journey with the intent to have better team and client meetings, establish smarter goals to help us meet our long-term growth plans, and to operate as a self-managing business. We don’t say it lightly when we say EOS is  revolutionizing how we operate, which clients …

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When to Consider a Managed Service Provider Change for Cybersecurity

Article by Jonathan Wolff, Luminant Digital Security Threats are becoming more sophisticated and traditional technologies are no longer enough to protect businesses from cyberattack. Have you started to put an emphasis on cybersecurity?   If cybersecurity and compliance is part of your business’ future, when do you look at making an IT provider shift to a security …

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Continuing Operations in the Face of Vulnerabilities and Security Threats

Article by John Stephens, Luminant Digital Security If you pay attention to anything in the news, you may have recently heard about the vulnerability code named “PrintNightmare.”   PrintNightmare is a vulnerability in the process on Microsoft systems responsible for printing, and it’s present in nearly every version of Windows. This vulnerability gained a little more news coverage because of its severity and because an …

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Getting Started with Zero Trust as an SMB

Article by Karl Middlebrooks One of the challenging issues of security today is understanding all the terminology and jargon that comes and goes. If you’re trying to keep up on cybersecurity, it can be tough to know what terms mean – and what they mean for you.   These days, you may be seeing a lot about Zero Trust which sounds reminiscent of the X-Files “Trust No …

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Colonial Pipeline Ransomware Attack and What it Means to SMBs

Article by Shane Laing, Luminant Digital Security On Friday, May 7th the U.S. Colonial Pipeline Co. which distributes nearly half of all the gasoline and jet fuel used on the U.S. East Coast, experienced a ransomware cyberattack causing the company to shut down its fuel supply operations. Despite Colonial’s decision to pay the nearly $5 …

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Webinar: So You Think You’ve Been Hacked?

What exactly are the implications of a cybersecurity breach or an attack on your business? Join us for a unique opportunity to hear from a diverse panel of experts discuss the technology, legal, and insurance implications of poor cybersecurity practices. The panel will review a variety of real-life business scenarios including: how the business was …

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