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Multi-Factor Authentication: A Key to Cyber Risk Insurance Coverage

Multi-Factor Authentication: A Key to Cyber Risk Insurance Coverage

Cyber-attacks are becoming more sophisticated and devastating, especially for small and medium enterprises (SMEs). With ransom demands rising and the cost of data breaches soaring, businesses are investing heavily in building their cyber defenses. However, cybersecurity is not bullet-proof. Buying a cyber risk insurance program can help outsource residual risk, and deploying multi-factor authentication is a prerequisite not only for getting coverage but also for lowering premiums....

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FBI Warns US Farmers of Ransomware Surge

FBI Warns US Farmers of Ransomware Surge

Agricultural Sector Could Be Vulnerable During Critical Seasons US food supply chains are at risk of potentially devastating ransomware attacks, the FBI has warned. A new Private Industry Notification sent out this week claimed that agricultural cooperatives may be viewed as attractive targets during the planting and harvesting seasons. Attacks could cause financial loss and operational disruption and impact the food supply chain, given that grain is also used for animal feed. Compromises at...

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How Does Cybersecurity Impact Environmental Services and Infrastructure?

How Does Cybersecurity Impact Environmental Services and Infrastructure?

Environmental sustainability has become a significant concern for businesses today. Yet, many are not seeing the connection between sustainability efforts and cybersecurity.  Despite how different they may seem, these two topics are intertwined. If environmental services and infrastructure don’t embrace better security, the consequences could be severe. If organizations hope to make a positive environmental impact, they need thorough, reliable cybersecurity. Without it, cyberattacks could...

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Two-Thirds of Global Banks Report Surge in Destructive Attacks

Two-Thirds of Global Banks Report Surge in Destructive Attacks

Nearly two-thirds (63%) of global financial institutions experienced a rise in destructive attacks over the past year, with many fearing further threats as the war in Ukraine escalates, according to VMware. The firm polled 130 financial-sector CISOs and security leaders worldwide to compile its Modern Bank Heists report. The number reporting an increase in destructive malware surged 17% from last year’s report, according to head of cybersecurity strategy, Tom Kellermann. Although criminals...

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Major League Baseball Players’ Personal Data Stolen

Major League Baseball Players’ Personal Data Stolen

Sports Stars’ Information Swiped in Cyber-Attack on Third-Party Vendor Personal data belonging to American Major League Baseball Players and their family members have been stolen during a cyber-attack on a third-party vendor. Consulting firm Horizon Actuarial Services LLC. (Horizon Actuarial), based in Silver Spring, Maryland, was attacked with ransomware in November 2021. In a recent data incident notice, the company revealed that data in its Local 295 IBT Employer Group Welfare Fund and its...

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US Proposes Healthcare Cybersecurity Act

US Proposes Healthcare Cybersecurity Act

Bipartisan Proposal Aims to Protect America’s Healthcare and Public Health Sector Lawmakers in the United States have proposed a new bill, which aims to enhance the cybersecurity of America's healthcare and public health (HPH) sector. The bill, known as the Healthcare Cybersecurity Act (S.3904), was put forward by US senators Jacky Rosen and Bill Cassidy on Thursday, following a White House warning over the increased risk to America of cyber-threats stemming from Russia. “Health centers save...

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FBI Launches Virtual Assets Unit

FBI Launches Virtual Assets Unit

US critical infrastructure companies will be obliged to report cyber incidents within 72 hours to the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) under “game-changing” legislation signed into law by President Joe Biden this week. Covered entities will also be obliged to report any ransomware payments to CISA within 24 hours under the Cyber Incident Reporting for Critical Infrastructure Act of 2022. This legislation forms part of the Consolidated Appropriations Act 2022, a $1.5tn...

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Mobile Devices See 466% Annual Increase in Zero-Day Attacks

Mobile Devices See 466% Annual Increase in Zero-Day Attacks

More than two million mobile malware samples were detected in the wild last year, with threats impacting over 10 million devices globally, according to new data from Zimperium. The mobile security vendor compiled its 2022 Global Mobile Threat Report based on insight collected from its security research team and a survey of global tech leaders. It claimed that over two-fifths (42%) of organizations had witnessed a security incident stemming from unpatched mobile apps or devices, while more than...

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Scores of US Critical Infrastructure Firms Hit by Ransomware

Scores of US Critical Infrastructure Firms Hit by Ransomware

A prolific ransomware variant has compromised at least 52 critical national infrastructure (CNI) entities, a new FBI report has revealed. In a new Flash update, the Feds claimed that organizations in 10 CNI sectors had been impacted as of January this year, including manufacturing, energy, financial services, government and IT. Although the group has changed its tools, techniques and procedures (TTPs) to stay hidden over the past two years, the FBI said attackers typically use VMProtect, UPX...

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Vulnerabilities in Over 100k Medical Infusion Pumps

Vulnerabilities in Over 100k Medical Infusion Pumps

Most smart medical infusion pumps have known security gaps that make them vulnerable to hackers, according to new research by Palo Alto Networks’ Unit 42. Smart infusion pumps are network-connected medication delivery devices that use a combination of computer technology and drug libraries to administer medications and fluids to patients while limiting the potential for dosing errors.  The research team reviewed crowdsourced data from scans of more than 200,000 infusion pumps on the networks...

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Nonprofits Form Cyber Coalition

Nearly two dozen nonprofit cybersecurity organizations have formed an alliance with the aim of improving cybersecurity awareness through joint action.   The newly established Nonprofit Cyber coalition was launched on Wednesday, February 23rd, 2022, with a founding membership of 22 organizations. All coalition members will work to support the public interest by developing, sharing, deploying and increasing the awareness of cybersecurity best practices, tools, standards and services.  ...

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3 Reasons We Forget Small & Midsized Businesses are Major Targets for Ransomware

3 Reasons We Forget Small & Midsized Businesses are Major Targets for Ransomware

The ransomware attacks that make headlines and steer conversations among cybersecurity professionals usually involve major ransoms, huge corporations and notorious hacking groups. Kia Motors, Accenture, Acer, JBS…these companies were some of the largest to be compromised by ransomware in 2021. These were mainly hit with well-known variants, sometimes unleashed by state-backed hacking groups. But it’s key to understand that no “Top 10” list of ransomware incidents paints an accurate – or at...

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You’ve been hijacked!

You’ve been hijacked!

Has it ever happened to you that you opened the web browser on your PC and it looked a bit off? Then you perhaps did a Google search for something or tried to access your email only to have a dozen ads popping up or to be redirected to some other URL. Well, it means your web browser was hijacked. Browser hijacking is one of the most common cyber crimes out there today. What is browser hijacking? Browser hijacking is when a malware enters your system and takes control of your browser. It then...

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Tax Scam Emails Are Alive and Well As US Tax Season Starts

Tax Scam Emails Are Alive and Well As US Tax Season Starts

Many countries have taxation forms with names that have entered the general vocabulary, notably the abbreviations of documents that employers are obliged to provide to their staff to show how much money they were paid – and most importantly, how much tax was already withheld and paid in on the employee’s behalf. In the UK, for example, the form name P45 is often used as a synonym for getting fired, given that it’s a final tax summary that you get when you leave a job, willingly or otherwise....

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Usually we are able to start the on-boarding process the next day after we get an approval from our client. Depending on your specific case the on-boarding can take from 1 to 4 weeks.

How long does it take to speak with IT System Administrators?

We offer 24/7 support. If an emergency problem arises, we respond to our clients’ support needs, including on weekends. If it is a non-urgent service request, our client coordinators will open a ticket and a follow up will be made during normal business hours 8:00AM-5:00PM. On average our response time is 5 minutes. Our IT systems administrators are extremely fast at replying to emails and talking calls.

Do you monitor systems 24/7?

Yes, our IT support system administrators and network monitoring systems watch over the network 24/7 and identify issues before they turn into bigger problems. We identify and monitor all mission critical systems and applications for our clients.

Do your technicians maintain current vendor certifications?

Yes, our Systems Administrators hold various industry certifications and are required to keep their technical skills current through on-going training.

Do you require contracts?

No, we do not require service commitment time period in order to provide services.

Do you do Microsoft Office 365 migrations?

Yes, we have done numerous Office 365 migrations for many businesses. We are a certified Microsoft Partner and a certified Office 365 provider.

What are Managed IT Services (MSP)?

Managed IT services are the practice of outsourcing a company’s IT support needs to a third party organization that specializes in these services.  It is a pro-active approach to managing the IT infrastructure of any company that has more than a handful of computers.  Organizations usually delegate IT operations to Managed IT Service Providers (MSPs) to address those types of responsibilities. This model is an alternative to the more reactive, break-fix or on-demand outsourcing model.  InVision Technology Solutions offers 4 different Managed Service Plans along with break-fix options for small and medium sized companies in the Phoenix Metro area.

Can I get a quote over the phone?

Yes, we can provide an estimate based on your current infrastructure. We need to collect some information about your company and we can give you an estimate over the phone. This process usually takes about 15 minutes.

Do you have written, guaranteed response time?

Yes, we guarantee a 1hr response time for all our managed service clients, however usually it is less than 10 minutes. It is written in our service agreements.

Do you keep track of IT inventory?

Yes, for clients on our managed service plans, we have developed a system which provides detailed information about their IT infrastructure for all systems covered by their plan, including all digital and physical assets.

Are your IT technicians US based?

Yes, all our IT consultants are in the Phoenix Metro Area. Every client has two dedicated engineers assigned and they are all based locally

Do you sell Cisco hardware?

Yes, we are a Select Certified Cisco Partner. We resell and support Cisco products.

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After searching for months for a full-service IT solution and support provider, we found InVision Technology Solutions four years ago.  Since that time, InVision, and its President, Sandra Juarez, have helped improve the many facets of our IT infrastructure, accommodating company growth, and in a manner that provides excellent service and protects our Company.  InVision employees are knowledgeable, staying up to date on the ever-changing IT industry and, overall, its services fit well within our Company budget.  I highly recommend InVision Technology Solutions as a full-service, IT solution and support provider.

Tony Avalos

Financial Controller, The Quantum Group, USA, LLC

As a medical practice, we heavily rely on technology and quick access to our data in order to provide the best care to our patients. Since we hired InVision Technology Solutions, over 10 years ago, we felt like we finally could focus entirely on patient care rather than being distracted by constant IT issues. They are reliable, professional and knowledgeable. Not only they address issues at hand, but they anticipate, prepare and address potential IT threats before they can hinder our operations.

 

Ania Leyko, MBA

Finance Manager, Allergy Asthma Clinic, Ltd

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