ETS Tech Digest
October 2017
Free Security Assessment

We offer a complimentary vulnerability assessment of 1 to 5 of your publicly facing IP addresses. It presents a high level of insight and will help you assess and identify areas of weakness and modify your security plan to address them.

The cybersecurity assessment is very easy to setup and is unobtrusive to your network. 

Every business should know what and where their vulnerabilities are and constantly be taking action to make improvements.

New Technology
Amazon's New In-Home Delivery Service

Today Amazon announced  Amazon Key , a new program for Prime members that lets delivery people drop off packages inside of customer homes.

Tech Tips
How to Securely Erase Hard Drives (HDDs) and Solid State Drives (SSDs)

Got a pile of old drives that you need to wipe before sending them to  Silicon Heaven ? Or do you want to wipe a drive in a computer that you are selling or giving away? 

Here are some tips and tricks to help you get the job done.

ETS Happenings
Major Milestone

Kevin Torner celebrated 35 years  with ETS!

Webinar:  Winning the War on Ransomware

In 2017, ransomware will cost companies billions in ransom paid and loss of productivity. In the scramble for answers, Gartner, Forester, and other industry experts are calling for a preventative security solution based on proactive whitelist application control. 

Attendees will leave this session with a strong understanding of what alternative protection solutions exist and how those fill the security gap left by traditional AV products.

Wednesday, November 15th
11:00am-12:00pm CST


HPE OfficeConnect: Business-Grade Wi-fi Made Simple for Small Businesses

HPE Aruba introduced the OfficeConnect OC20 802.11ac wireless access point. With OC20 access points, setting up a wireless network has never been simpler. 

This product is a fast, simple to set up and manage, business-grade Wi-Fi solution that keeps employees connected and productive and delivers a better guest experience.

Contact us for up to 49% off, expires 10/31/17


Google Adds Antivirus Engine to Chrome 

Google has introduced  three changes to Chrome for Windows to improve the browser's malware detection and removal capabilities.

The company is targeting malware and malicious extensions that modify search results to redirect users to unintended pages, inject ads, and lock users on ad-filled sites.

The new security features for Chrome on Windows are an addition to existing defenses, such as Safe Browsing warnings for pages known to deliver malware.

Google is now clamping down on Chrome extensions that change user settings, such as the default search engine. The browser will automatically detect when an unauthorized change is made and offers to restore the original settings.