Rob K

November 7, 2017
by Rob K
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CyberSecurity Access Control with Single Sign-on

  If you haven’t noticed yet, browsing the web in 2017 basically requires you to have multiple accounts with usernames and passwords. For my fellow Chrome users, you may forget that you are already signed into your account as soon … Continue reading

Rob K

October 31, 2017
by Rob K
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CyberSecurity Access Control with Two-Factor Authentication

  Cybersecurity is on its way to becoming a $200-billion-dollar industry as we discussed in my previous blog “The Importance of CyberSecurity Access Control”. Like any industry this size, there are many different subcategories within it. In the aforementioned blog, … Continue reading

Rob K

October 24, 2017
by Rob K
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The Importance of CyberSecurity Access Control

It’s 2017 and almost everything in your daily life is tied into an online network of some sort. Going to the movies is no longer checking the newspaper to see what is playing, or calling Moviefone and asking for the … Continue reading

Jason Garfagna

October 23, 2017
by Jason Garfagna
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Secure Single Sign-on to Ellucian Products

The advent of online resources that are becoming more accessible to students in higher education has spawned the need to streamline access to online systems. This is a common theme and reason why our education customers contact PortalGuard. They are … Continue reading

Christopher Perry

October 4, 2017
by Christopher Perry
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PistolStar Inc. Is Proud to Announce: PortalGuard v5.6.4!

  In an effort to provide our customers with the most secure and efficient product possible, the team behind PortalGuard is proud to announce the release of version 5.6.4!  This latest version of PortalGuard follows a recent round of penetration … Continue reading

Rob K

August 18, 2017
by Rob K
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Getting Away from Your Homegrown Environment

  From the moment, the doors first opened and continuing through today, many organizations and institutions have been creating and developing their IT departments continuously. Through the years, changes in IT range from new technologies to new positions and/or employees. … Continue reading

Rob K

August 11, 2017
by Rob K
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Higher Education Needs More Protection

Over the past year, there has been an increase in phishing and hacking attacks throughout Higher Education nationwide. Hackers are targeting these institutions for a variety of different reasons. Some of the reasons are access to sensitive data such as … Continue reading

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