Everything You Need to Know About Studying Cyber Security at Degree Level

Everything You Need to Know About Studying Cyber Security at Degree Level

You’re interested in pursuing a career in cybersecurity, but aren’t sure where to start. What does a career path look like? Compared to other established industries, cybersecurity is still in its infancy in the civilian sector, which means there isn’t a clearly defined path to enter this growing sector. Unlike other industries, however, this isn’t one where you get your degree, land a job and then coast through it. We’ve mentioned previously on Axiom Cyber how jobs in this field require you to be driven and constantly on top of the latest technology and trends.

As with all computer science related degrees, cybersecurity studies are heavily math-intensive, and as such require strong analytics and statistical analysis skills. Cyber security degrees that are offered are associate, bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral levels. An associate degree will prepare you for entry-level positions related to support, programming, help-desk IT, and basic network administration. A bachelor’s degree will build on that knowledge to open up mid to upper level positions by providing you with skills in software development, network security, as well as forensics and tactics to defeat cyber-crime. Cyber Security Degrees website reveals that with a master’s degree you will be prepared for more senior level positions, or able to step into mid-level roles with less experience.

While it’s possible to find entry or mid-entry level positions with an associate or bachelor’s degree, many employers, like government agencies and established corporations, will require candidates to have a master’s degree in cybersecurity. In their feature on cybersecurity career paths, Learn How To Become notes that a master’s degree provides advanced instruction on protecting computer networks. While it will take an extra one or two years to complete, it does provide you with better skills to tackle network security defense techniques and countermeasures. A master’s degree also allows you to specialize in areas like cryptography, digital forensics and risk analysis among others.

Degree programs are available both in class or exclusively online, with the latter a convenient option adaptable around work and family schedules. Online degrees also allow you to work at your own pace without the need to attend classes every day. Maryville University breaks down how a master’s degree in cybersecurity also has a big return on investment, with top earners receiving six-figure salaries. Therefore, a master’s degree in cybersecurity can help you land management level or even C-suite positions, with companies offering better sign-on bonuses, relocation pay, and free medical insurance. You can later further your education by pursuing a doctoral degree, which will prepare you for leadership roles and allow you to innovate new solutions.

Even if you’re not in a tech position currently, VP of cybersecurity at IT security firm Infoblox, Rod Rasmussen recommends that you should start learning IT fundamentals on your own. Self-directed learning and experimentation are critical. Once you have that, build on that knowledge by applying for a degree program and complete certifications. Many established cybersecurity analysts got their start working in entry-level IT jobs and amassed experience in positions like network administration or programming. They studied on their own, then went on to complete degree programs and various certifications, to allow them to learn new skills and stay abreast of new technologies and security measures.

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Own a Cannabis Business? You Need Cybersecurity

Own a Cannabis Business? You Need Cybersecurity

You wouldn’t necessary think this, but a cannabis business holds a treasure trove of information bad actors are anxious to steal. Because the industry is in its infancy, hackers are very attracted to it, hoping cybersecurity isn’t even on your radar. If they get in, they will sell your data on the dark web, encrypt it for ransomware, or even worse, provide it to your competitor down the street.

Consider this: At a minimum, your business holds a customer’s personal, and perhaps, their medical information. This includes their date of birth, driver’s license number, SSN, credit card number and medical information.

Add to the fact you are bound by at least two regulations, HIPPA if you are a medical marijuana establishment and PCI-DSS if your business accepts credit cards.

This blog will focus on ways to protect that data and keep your business going and growing!

Five Proactive Measures to Protect Your Business

  1. Use an airtight Point of Sale (POS) system.
    Make sure your POS network offers end-to-end encryption for credit card transactions. In addition, call your provider and review how your customer’s data is protected, where it is stored and how you will be alerted if critical updates are needed on the system. If there isn’t a systematic process to their offering, switch POS providers as soon as you can.
  2. Establish a system integration plan.
    Your business may have several apps such as QuickBooks and BigCommerce that you want to sync on a real-time basis with your POS system. While this makes great business sense, you may be leaving gaps for cybercrimes to happen. This is where a good cybersecurity audit comes in to measure your vulnerabilities and fix them before they become problematic.
  3. Keep employees out of data silos they don’t need to do their jobs.
    Establishing who can access your data and at what level is vital to making sure one of your own doesn’t accidently open the gate to a hacker.
  4. Make sure your operating systems, applications and anti-virus software is up to date.
    This is the number one method cybercriminals get into your system.
  5. Outsource cybersecurity.
    Look for a firm that has the following capabilities:

    1. Security Operations Center that can continuously monitor your network
    2. Security Information and Event Management analytical tool that provides real-time analysis of security alerts generated by applications and network hardware
    3. User and Entity Behavior Analytics models to identifies typical and atypical behavior of humans and machines within a network.

About Axiom Cyber Solutions

We can provide your cannabis business with a holistic solution that is nearly impenetrable, using all the tools and techniques listed above. We will monitor your organization around the clock and make hundreds system updates per day to keep hackers out. Contact us today for more information!

A Cybersecurity Action Plan for Your Virtual Workforce

A Cybersecurity Action Plan for Your Virtual Workforce

According to Global Workplace Analytics, approximately 50% of all organizations have positions where employees can work remotely, all or some of the time. This number has grown 115% in the last thirteen years and is expected to continue to rise in the coming years.

However, with this flexibility, comes potential risk to your data. As virtual workers pick up and go from their home to the local coffee shop to a client meeting, the level of system security diminishes. The risk is especially high in open, and usually free, Wi-Fi areas.

The good news is there are practices you can implement today to make the virtual worker’s environment safer.

7 Cybersecurity Practices for Your Remote Workforce

  1. Make sure every operating system, applications, antivirus and anti-malware software is up to date. This can be a challenging task to complete if your workforce resides all over the country and only comes into the office once or twice a year.

    However, if you hire a cybersecurity company, they can identify your vulnerabilities through an assessment, know where your risks are and help fix them right away.

  2. Make cybersecurity training mandatory. You can help users identify suspicious emails, spear phishing and who they should call if they aren’t sure about a message. Reinforce the training in conference and video calls. Be clear about the repercussions if they violate protocol.
  3. Activate a Virtual Private Network (VPN) service. If your workforce must sign in via a public network, the right VPN will provide a high level of encryption for all transactions going to and coming from your company.
  4. Implement Perfect Forward Secrecy (PFS). These are specific key agreement protocols that gives assurances your session keys will not be compromised, even if the private key of a server is hacked. This is good protection if the remote user’s laptop or tablet is infected with malware. It limits the hacker’s access to one server or a partition of your cloud services.
  5. Be able to disable and wipe clean remote devices. If a worker’s device is stolen or lost, its vital you can disarm it right away.
  6. Establish a different password policy. According to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) passwords need to be obscure, long and For example, putting together alphanumeric combinations a user can remember, but no one else will, can be almost impossible to crack. An example might be a house address of long ago, the user’s favorite childhood sport and their last movie title.

    In addition, the NIST determined that changing passwords every few months did not enhance security, because most users don’t make significant changes to their existing password when forced to make a change.

  7. Implement proactive practices.
    Rather than being reactive to a situation, put in place the following:

    1. Outsource cybersecurity. The right organization can continuously assess, monitor and protect your network and workforce no matter where they are or what time they access their data.
    2. Obtain cyber liability insurance. In the event of a breach, in which personal information, such as Social Security or credit card numbers, are exposed or stolen, this will garner you the protection you need.
    3. Establish a remote workforce policy. The key is to be fair to everyone and still protect your business. Many individuals enjoy working from home because they have more freedom, don’t have to make a long, stressful commute and can have more balance in their lives. Gain buy-in to the policy and have consequences if individuals violate them.

Axiom Cyber Solutions Can Manage Your Remote Users

Our Managed Cybersecurity Solution which includes next-generation firewall Intrusion Detection and Prevention (IDS), managed anti-virus, network monitoring, and patch management is available for a low monthly subscription fee. Contact us today for more information!

HARDCAR Distribution Partners with Axiom Cyber Solutions to Help Cannabis Businesses Protect Their Customer and Business Data

HARDCAR Distribution Partners with Axiom Cyber Solutions to Help Cannabis Businesses Protect Their Customer and Business Data

As the cannabis industry continues to grow, so does the amount of business intelligence and personal information available to hackers and other entities, making cybersecurity more critical now than ever before.

June 26, 2018 – (Palm Springs, CA) – HARDCAR Distribution is excited to announce a newly minted partnership with Axiom Cyber Solutions to protect businesses in the cannabis industry from cyber attacks and the theft of valuable data. New businesses are coming online every day as the cannabis market explodes throughout the United States and Canada, making them prime targets for hackers.

Although HARDCAR Distribution brings years of security experience to the cannabis industry ensuring the safe and secure transport of cash and product, they understand the importance of protecting their clients on every level. With Axiom’s team of infrastructure specialists, developers, database and business intelligence experts, and project managers, growing cannabis businesses now have a full-service solution with the addition of cutting edge cyber security technology.

“There are few industries bringing the kind of attention like the cannabis industry, so partnering with Axiom was a no-brainer. Not only do they provide an incredible service, but they do it at a relatively inexpensive price that startup businesses can afford. The future for cannabis is massive and we need to make sure everyone is protected!” – Todd Kleperis, HARDCAR Distribution CEO

Axiom Cyber Solutions offers solutions that keep valuable information safe and secure, monitoring 24 hours a day to ensure the highest levels of protection against hackers and other entities. As medical and recreational cannabis become legal across North America, cannabis businesses are at greater risk of having their patient information, intellectual property, distribution and route information, vehicle information, and other valuable data, stolen.

“An important aspect of the cannabis industry is the reputation of your business and there’s no worse way to compromise it than having to tell your customer’s that you’ve lost their data in a breach. Besides your customer data, you have proprietary information on your blends, grow operations, and business practices that competition would love to have. And lastly, the industry is investing heavily in smart, internet-connected technologies to aid and improve grow operations and these systems need to be protected. Could you imagine having an entire crop destroyed because someone hacked in a changed the environmental settings of your internet-connected HVAC systems?” – Troy Wilkinson, CEO of Axiom Cyber Solutions

Although data management and cyber security are often the last item on an organization’s lengthy to-do list, the need for a secure platform is more critical now than ever before. As the cannabis industry continues to grow, small operations are expanding into large scale ones and companies are scrambling to find solutions to their network and IT security. Axiom offers a variety of solutions to keep businesses secure:

  • Managed Enterprise Cybersecurity
  • Continuous Risk and Compliance Monitoring
  • Vulnerability and Penetration Testing
  • Smart Home Cybersecurity

The cannabis industry offers a massive amount of valuable information, including Personal Identifiable Information (e.g. SSNs, Birth Dates, Addresses, etc.), Protected Health Information (e.g. patient name, address, certification/license numbers, medical record numbers, health related information, account numbers, SSNs, etc.), and Business Intelligence (e.g. research and development, inventory, product intelligence, software applications, payouts, manifests, equipment, sales, etc.). Unfortunately most business systems are being monitored by untrained staff, or not being monitored at all, putting companies at a huge risk.

With this risk being so high, HARDCAR and Axiom are dedicated to protecting their clients on every level, including threats against cyber attacks and data theft. For more information, please contact Axiom Cyber Solutions at info@axiomcyber.com or call at (800) 519-5070.

Media Contact
Jon Pierce
jpierce@hardcar.com

About HARDCAR Distribution

HARDCAR is an award-winning and long-time contributor to the cannabis space, with a proven track record of cultivating and solidifying meaningful relationships throughout the industry. From packaging, to distribution, secured storage, and transport, HARDCAR Distribution has all aspects of cannabis retail covered. Through collaboration with our diversified team of highly qualified and talented professionals, we help cannabis businesses stand out in the industry by providing the highest quality industry services that keep our partners’ products safe, while maintaining excellence and compliance throughout our work.

For more information, please visit hardcar.com

About Axiom Cyber Solutions  

Axiom Cyber Solutions strives to be the leading cyber-security technology partner by providing world-class solutions that are intelligent, adaptive, innovative, and automated. Through our technology solutions, we enable our clients to be disruptive in their markets while remaining focused on what they do best. We believe in the saying “if you find a job you love, you never work another day in your life”. We seek to cultivate a culture that attracts energetic, motivated, and creative individuals that share our passion for technology.

7 Cybersecurity Threats Every K-12 School Faces

7 Cybersecurity Threats Every K-12 School Faces

Ransomware. DDoS. Phishing. Identify theft.

Sadly, schools across the United States are becoming very familiar with these terms. In fact, recent research indicates that K-12 institutions will have the highest rate of ransomware attacks of any industry in the coming years.

For example, the release of sensitive student and teacher information can lead to identity theft. A hacker’s encryption of students’ grades and teachers’ lesson plans can lead to loss of productivity (especially if they are not backed up) and thousands of taxpayer dollars being spent to replicate data that is gone.

As you to turn to the 2018-19 school year, this is your opportunity to make cybersecurity a budget priority. Here are seven reasons why it’s important:

  1. Clickbait.
    The email may look legitimate but unfortunately, it is not. Embedded in the text is a hyperlink that sends you to a malicious site. This link has now taken down your school’s system.Solution: Ensure every employee has the highest email filter settings for spam, phishing and executable files. Employees should also be trained on what suspicious emails look like and always report suspected emails to the IT department.
  2. Outdated Technology.
    Your school may feel they need to hold onto computers and tablets until they break. The problem with this plan is they may not support the current operating system, which opens you up to a cybersecurity breach.Solution: Do a complete inventory of all your computer equipment. Make certain it runs iOS 11.3.1 for iPhones/iPads, macOS 10.13.4 for Mac computers and Windows 10 for PCs. For all devices that do not support these versions, disengage them from your network today. Purchase new devices to replace them before or during the next fiscal year.
  3. Not Paying Attention to Patches.
    All operating systems require patches from time to time.Solution: When your computer tells you updates are needed, complete them within a few hours. It will require a restart however, many patches have security updates within them.
  4. User Error.
    When users are allowed access to sensitive and/or confidential data, there is always a risk for exposure.Solution: Partition student, administration and public networks. Practice whitelisting which allows only a handful of individuals into the classified information, blocking nonessential personnel from that data.
  5. Allowing Weak Passwords and not having a Change Policy.
    Passwords less than 14 characters are problematic and/or not enforcing changes of the passwords can lead hackers right to your data’s door.Solution: Make strong passwords a norm, along with two-factor authentication. Provide an automated system that requires password change every 60- to 90-days.
  6. No tools.
    Its time to think of your school network, more like a bank. These financial institutions have a vault, security guards and cameras – different methods to keep your money safe. The same goes for cybersecurity. You need the right tools to keep all the data out of the hands of hackers.Solution: From Mobile Device Management to cybersecurity audit and monitoring, speak to a cybersecurity expert for a full understanding of the best tools for your school system.
  7. Vulnerability testing is nonexistent.
    Without continuous checking, hackers will continue to try and access your data. 

Solution: Initially, you need a cybersecurity organization to analyze the vulnerabilities in your network and recommend fixes. Once those solutions are in place, its vital to have 24/7 monitoring of your network to ensure your data is safe.

Start a Conversation with Axiom Cyber Solutions

We can protect your school from cyberthreats at a very reasonable cost! Give us a call at (800) 519-5070 today to learn more about our offerings!

FBI Recommends Home & Small Business Owners to Reboot Their Routers

FBI Recommends Home & Small Business Owners to Reboot Their Routers

As news has broken about the FBI’s warning to consumers and small business owners about rebooting their routers, many have reached out to Axiom to ask what do they need to do. Our advice to them is what the FBI has recommened: if you have one a cable modem or router at home, do a quick unplug/replug of the router (D-Link, NetGear, etc). The good news is the FBI has taken control of the domain that was harvesting the information so even if you were infected, the FBI is just collecting information to find how widespread the infection was (500,000 devices are suspected to be infected).

What is VPNFilter?

VPNFilter is a malware, that contains a killswitch for routers (meaning it can permanently shutdown your device) and it also could steal usernames and passwords. The infection appears to be hitting Ukraine hard but has been found in 54 countries.

Good News?

There is some good news for some users. If you have kept on top of firmware updates and changed the default credentials on your devices, you may be protected. But as we know, most of us never log in and update our cable modem’s firmware.

Axiom’s customers are protected from VPNFilter through a combination of rules that restrict access to our devices as well as addition of the known bad addresses to our blocklists.

5 Cybersecurity Obstacles Small Businesses Face

5 Cybersecurity Obstacles Small Businesses Face

I have spoken to hundreds of small business owners and general managers over the last few months about cybersecurity. Many present one or more of the following five reasons as to why they don’t have data protection in place.

Ultimately, they don’t think their data is worth stealing.

Ironically, this is exactly the attitude most bad actors hope for. With systems that are minimally secure, cybercriminals can have a heyday with your company bank accounts, confidential employee information and customer files. Roughly 50% of all small businesses who suffer a cyberattack go out of business within six months. We don’t want you to be one of them.

Let’s look at these hinderances and discover ways to overcome them.

 

Five Most Common Stumbling Blocks to Cybersecurity

 

“We have no money.”

Small or large, this is the number one hindrance I see moving forward. Most decision makers think cybersecurity solutions cost hundreds of thousands of dollars per year. They already set in mental motion either severe budget cuts in other areas or an unbudgeted approval by management needs to occur. Neither position is attractive, so nothing happens.

Cybersecurity doesn’t have to be expensive. Our SecureAmerica solution starts at $299 per month – giving your business the protection it needs 24/7!

 

“We backup our data regularly, so there’s no risk.”

Really? How regularly – every transaction, once a day or a few times per month? Regular backups will allow your business to limp along after you install new operating systems, applications and put new passcodes on everything. This can take days, if not weeks to complete.

But the fact is, your data has been stolen and encrypted. Depending on the number of records and sensitivity of that information, you may have to pay ransomware to get the records back, which will also impact your budget.

Our solution monitors your network for any vulnerabilities, phishing or scraping attempts, and stops ransomware attempts before they happen.

 

“We have malware protection on each device, so we’re covered.”

While this is certainly important, it isn’t enough. Bad actors are smart and constantly trying to find ways to enter your system. In addition, many of them roam around your servers for days or months before they retrieve anything, which makes your systems all that more vulnerable. Malware protection is a piece, but it isn’t the entire solution.

We offer complete protection of your entire network, down to the device level.

 

“We’re too small to be hacked.”

87% of small businesses don’t think they will ever be hacked, yet 50% of them are. No one is too small. If you have a business that interacts with clients, vendors and employees, you can be a victim.

Bottom line: Every business needs cybersecurity.

 

“Our IT guy is handling our cyber protection.”

Is he really? How much has he been trained on cybersecurity? How will he be able to detect a breach? How soon can he detect it? These are the hard questions you should be asking. IT “guys” are good at installing and managing your systems, but without the proper tools, they can be in the dark about a data breach as much as you are.

 

Axiom Cyber Solutions Has You Covered

Our SecureAmerica Threat Defense Platform takes in multiple open and closed source threat feeds daily. It is built on Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to not only parse the latest threats but predict future ones as well.

With a low monthly subscription cost, you can have a complete cybersecurity package. Give us a call at (800) 519-5070 or send an email to info@axiomcyber.com for more information.

 

Shannon Wilkinson, President of Axiom Cyber Solutions, selected as the 2018 Las Vegas Women in Technology – Cybersecurity Award Winner

Shannon Wilkinson, President of Axiom Cyber Solutions, selected as the 2018 Las Vegas Women in Technology – Cybersecurity Award Winner


On Saturday, April 28th, President of Axiom Cyber Solutions, Shannon Wilkinson (far left), was selected as the 2018 Las Vegas Women in Technology – Cybersecurity award winner.

“I am incredibly honored to receive the inaugural Las Vegas Women in Technology for Cybersecurity award. Three years ago, I started Axiom Cyber Solutions with the best business partner I could ask for, my husband, Troy. I also want to thank my parents for always supporting me and not batting an eye when I told them that I wanted to run off to join a United Nations peacekeeping mission after I graduated from UNLV. Lastly, I’d like to dedicate the award to the future of technology – our three young daughters who have already started showing an extreme interest in technology and thank the community for their support of education for girls in technology,” said Shannon Wilkinson.

The Las Vegas Women in Technology Awards recognizes the women working in and changing the face of the technology community in Las Vegas

 

As President of the Las Vegas Women in Technology award program from the Las Vegas Community Tech fund I want to personally congratulate you on your award!  The technology community of Southern Nevada “has spoken” and they choose you for all your hard work, progress and great achievements in technology.

Lori Nguyen, Las Vegas Women in Technology Awards

The Las Vegas Women in Technology Awards accepts nominations from the community for for the following categories:

  • Technology Woman of the Year
  • Technology Woman Entrepreneur
  • Technology Woman for Community Service
  • Technology Woman Mentor
  • Technology Woman Rising Star
  • Technology Woman for Gaming & Hospitality (New 2018)
  • Technology Woman for Cybersecurity (New 2018)

In addition to honoring professional women, the awards also recognizes outstanding local students in coordination with the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) for Aspirations in Computing, Collegiate, and Educator awards.

Shannon Wilkinson, President of Axiom Cyber Solutions, Selected as Top 100 Women of Influence by MYVegas Magazine

Shannon Wilkinson, President of Axiom Cyber Solutions, Selected as Top 100 Women of Influence by MYVegas Magazine

For the second year in a row, President of Axiom Cyber Solutions, Shannon Wilkinson, has been named to the Top 100 Women of Las Vegas by MyVegas Magazine. MYVegas Magazine polls over 100,000 of its readers to find the Top 100 Women in Las Vegas each year.

These women come highly recommended by our readers and our community! There’s no shortage of fabulous females in the Las Vegas Valley, so ranking among the Top 100 Women of the Year is an extraordinary honor and sought-after accolade. – MYVegas Magazine

Shannon Wilkinson stated “I am very honored to have been nominated and selected as one of the Top 100 Women of Las Vegas. To see the outstanding line-up of other women being honored, I am humbled to be included in the list for 2018.”

MYVegas Magazine is available for free around the community or a free copy can be requested from their website www.myvegasmag.com

MYVegas Top 100 Women 2018

Why Threat Intelligence is Not Always Intelligent

Why Threat Intelligence is Not Always Intelligent

The primary purpose of threat intelligence is to help organizations understand what kind of threats they may face, zero-day attacks or exploits. The problem that exists for many organizations about threat intelligence is that there can be so much information coming at them, so much information to act upon, but no time or resources to shift through it, much less apply it to the company’s cybersecurity defense and/or strategy.

Threat intelligence that doesn’t do anything is not that intelligent.

Brent Watkins, FBI Special Agent (Retired), Axiom Cyber Solutions Head of Business Development

There is a real issue with cybersecurity alert fatigue. It is such a problem that TechRepublic ran an article titled “Why notification overload is killing enterprise cybersecurity teams“. Cybersecurity fatigue affects 72% of organizations and part of the problem is the cybersecurity skills gap that only seems to be widening, rather than closing. Basically, the conclusion of a Bitdefender report called CISO’s Hardest Burden is that unless companies have enough personnel to deal with the incoming threat reports, they cannot improve their security.

And if cybersecurity teams, or the lone IT professional tasked with anything & everything within the organization (including cybersecurity, which is not a hobby), are overwhelmed, what does that mean for the cybersecurity defense of the organisation? Troy Wilkinson, CEO of Axiom Cyber Solutions, has frequently discussed that a company’s risk factor exponentially increases from the time that a vulnerability is disclosed to the time that a patch is applied yet still so many organizations are struggling to stay on top of their cybersecurity defense.

The result of the mismatch between the magnitude of threat data and the qualified resources needed to analyze and respond to new threats is increasingly costly and damaging data breaches across all industries from healthcare to financial services to retail and food service.

The problem with threat intelligence data is that it does require that someone in the organization to analyze and apply changes. Changes that may need to go through a strenuous and timely change management approval process which further slows down apply patches to maintain a secure cyber defense. And by the time that a change to the defense may be approved, there are thousands of other possible changes that have come through. So where does it end?

Axiom’s Polymorphic Threat Defense System

Recognizing the need to marry threat intelligence with action, Axiom Cyber Solutions developed its Polymorphic Threat Defense Systems used by both our Axiom SecureAmerica and Axiom Shield products. Axiom has curated over 100 open and closed sources of threat data to bring into our platform which allows us to currently push out over 350,000 threat data points a day to our clients. And to steal a line from “As Seen on TV”…but wait there’s more… one of the beautiful things about connecting with Axiom’s platform is that it requires no action on the part of the customer. All updates from our platform are fully automated and applied without intervention.

Threat actors are constantly evolving their tactics, methods, and connection points. It is important that we also evolve our defenses just as fast, if not faster, to ensure that we are doing our best to protect our businesses.

If you are interested in more information about Axiom’s Polymorphic Threat Defense System, please contact us or call 800-519-5070.