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MTI offers a free Security Alerts service that will allow you to receive notification of any critical vulnerabilities that MTI feel affect a large number of organisations and would result in access to your data or network if not mitigated in a timely manner. This is a low volume, high quality alerting service with only serious issues being included, so you will not be inundated with low level / unimportant alters. This service also informs you of any wide-scale attacks being actively conducted usually before it becomes mainstream news.

If a more tailored service is required then we offer a chargeable alternative that inventories all software in use on your network and ensures tailored alerts are sent that lets you know exactly what hosts in your environment are affected. This service also cross-references the NCSC daily update of compromised sites (usually several hundred thousand per day)  with your domain names and IP addresses to ensure they are not being used in active attacks.

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How to Address Email Gaps in Office 365

October 5th, 2018|0 Comments

The Email Features in Office 365 May Not Be All You Need... Businesses continue moving their productivity platforms to Microsoft Office 365™ in droves. As of their April 2018 earnings announcement, Microsoft said over [...]

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October 3rd, 2018|0 Comments

As part of our extensive penetration testing experience, MTI has identified the eight most common attack vectors found through regular testing. Every organisation today has an IT infrastructure of some kind that supports the [...]

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September 19th, 2018|0 Comments

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Cyber Security – Where to Start?

August 3rd, 2018|0 Comments

The need for effective cyber security is felt, at board level and more widely, by organisations of all types and sizes. Despite the critical nature of the challenge, however, diverse failings are commonplace. Many [...]

Secure Configuration – 10 Steps To Cyber Security Series

June 11th, 2018|0 Comments

Once a security policy has been agreed, areas of vulnerability have been outlined and the values of different types of data and responsibilities are agreed, the next step is to ensure the existing technology [...]

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Security Update: Important Information for Trend Micro Solutions and Microsoft January 2018

January 5th, 2018|0 Comments

On January 3, 2018, Microsoft began releasing security patches relating to issues with Intel CPU security vulnerabilities. Further Microsoft patches are expected for older Windows versions on January 9th. (Microsoft patch information is available [...]