Darkness looms overhead. They sky is covered by grey, boiling clouds. The wind blows in gusts strong enough to give you pause—to shore your footing.
The Service Desk is a loud, caffeine-fueled space. The phones ring often. Large monitors cover the walls, detailing open tickets and systems being monitored.
She had an itchy trigger finger—too willing to click on a link in an email sent from an unknown email address. One wrong click and the company, not just one user, lost nearly three drives worth of data.
Atomic Data has become aware of a critical vulnerability that may impact your firewall. We would like to make sure all clients are aware of this issue, as well as suggested remediation strategies.
The new Atomic Data Client Portal combines the functionality of the Ticket Portal and the Contact Portal, providing you with a single source for updating your contacts, submitting issue tickets, and viewing completed tickets.
One of our newest communication methods comes in partnership with MIR3, a mass notification tool. With the addition of MIR3, we’re able to more efficiently communicate the status of potentially service impacting events. MIR3 allows us to communicate with you via phone and email within minutes of identification.
WordPress recently released a critical security update and recommended that all customers upgrade their sites to version 4.2.1 immediately. This release resolves a cross-site scripting vulnerability that allows visitors to compromise a site by adding extended comments.
A series of SSL vulnerabilities, known as the FREAK vulnerability, was reported in early March. This vulnerability affects networked services using SSL and client software meant to interface with those services that support old methods of encryption, known as "export ciphers."
On Thursday, January 29th information was released on a newly discovered vulnerability in Linux systems utilizing glibc.