Posts Categorized: Cybercrime

Windows XP: All good things must come to an end.

It’s no surprise that on April 8th, Windows XP will become a huge security risk to those still running on it.  Many would say it’s one of the greatest operating systems Microsoft has ever released, but without Microsoft’s support it becomes one of the greatest threats.  While most companies have migrated or are implementing upgrade… Read more »

Password Protocol

The first computer password is thought to have been used over 50 years ago, and the first password breach soon followed.  Today, passwords are utilized in almost every aspect of our daily computing experience, serving to protect our online accounts and identities from unauthorized access, manipulation and disclosure.  Passwords, in essence, serve as a means… Read more »


Systems Engineering to Host Lunch & Learn on Winning Strategies for Network Security PORTLAND, ME April 18, 2012 – Systems Engineering, the Northeast region’s largest independent and employee-owned IT provider, announced today that the company will host two complimentary Lunch & Learn workshops to help businesses combat growing cyber security threats. The educational seminars, “Winning… Read more »

Systems Engineering Lunch and Learn: Protecting Your Business from Cyber Crime

Cyber-criminals are growing more sophisticated every day. Hackers use malicious software like viruses, worms, Trojan horses and bots to find holes in your network security; locate sensitive information; capture keystrokes to secure bank account information; or worse. On Thursday, March 10, 2011 Systems Engineering and Ingram Micro presented a complimentary Lunch & Learn on the… Read more »