“Unified Technology Solution” – An InfoNetworks Service that Delivers Managed IT & Network Security Plus Voice and Internet Solutions

LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–InfoNetworks today announced a new and unique service called “Unified Technology Solution.” Promoted as the answer to fill an existing void in the marketplace, InfoNetworks’ Unified Technology Solution offers businesses managed IT services, complete network security, voice and telephony services, and connectivity via a complete package from a single provider.

For more than a year, businesses worldwide have faced unprecedented global events that are dictating policies and procedures. Companies have necessarily cut key budget items, face new challenges, and manage their businesses with reduced workforce. Many of these organizations have been tasked with creating remote infrastructure to help mitigate the ever-changing landscape and support work-from-home or hybrid work environments.

InfoNetworks’ Unified Technology Solution is designed to address these challenges with an all-inclusive platform that allows employees, managers, and executives to stay connected and secure both in the office and remotely. InfoNetworks’ data connections support the added influx of traffic to the office while the included cloud-based PBX allows for extensions to be accessible via mobile device or laptop. The Unified Technology Solution network supports a mix of Desktop, Softphones, Teams, SIP and PRI interfaces. All technologies are managed by InfoNetworks’ experienced Technical Support and Network Engineering Teams and are monitored 24 hours a day, seven days a week by the watchful eye of CyberSecure(SM), an advanced Network Security Software capable of locking-down up to 500,000 end points.

“Our Unified Technology Solution is a four-pronged approach,” said Bruce Hakimi, Senior Executive at InfoNetworks. “By delivering Managed IT, Network Security, Voice and Data under one source, we can maximize the efficiency and productivity of any organization.” He further explained: “By being able to oversee all network elements from the data connection to internal Local or Cloud based Network, InfoNetworks has the advantage of acting and resolving issues quickly without having to wait for other vendors.”

Although some data carriers may offer a…


Ransomware attack shuts down Indiana health system’s network

Franklin, Ind.-based Johnson Memorial Health was struck Oct. 2 by a ransomware attack that disabled its computer network.

The health system is working with the FBI and cybersecurity experts to restore its computer operations, according to a news release. The health system said ransomware attacks take time to resolve, so it may be several days before its computer systems are fully operational.

No appointments or surgeries have been canceled, the health system said. Patients are expected to receive services as scheduled, but it’s recommended patients arrive earlier than normal, as registration processes are expected to be slower.


Hackers breached computer network at key US port but did not disrupt operations

Originally Published: 23 SEP 21 17:26 ET

Updated: 23 SEP 21 18:35 ET

By Sean Lyngaas, CNN

    (CNN) — Suspected foreign government-backed hackers last month breached a computer network at one of the largest ports on the US Gulf Coast, but early detection of the incident meant the intruders weren’t in a position to disrupt shipping operations, according to a Coast Guard analysis of the incident obtained by CNN and a public statement from a senior US cybersecurity official.

The incident at the Port of Houston is an example of the interest that foreign spies have in surveilling key US maritime ports, and it comes as US officials are trying to fortify critical infrastructure from such intrusions.

“If the compromise had not been detected, the attacker would have had unrestricted remote access to the [IT] network” by using stolen log-in credentials, reads the US Coast Guard Cyber Command’s analysis of the report, which is unclassified and marked “For Official Use Only.” “With this unrestricted access, the attacker would have had numerous options to deliver further effects that could impact port operations.”

The Port of Houston is a 25-mile-long complex through which 247 million tons of cargo move each year, according to its website.

It’s unclear who was behind the breach, which appears to be part of a broader espionage campaign. When asked about the incident at a Senate hearing on Thursday, US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency Director Jen Easterly said she believed a foreign government-backed hacking group was responsible.

Attribution of cyberattacks “can always be complicated,” Easterly told the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee. “At this point in time, I would have to get back with my colleagues, but I do think it is a nation-state actor.”

“The campaign thus far is limited, but we’re continuing to work through it and I’m happy to keep you apprised,” she told lawmakers.

The Coast Guard’s analysis did not mention a foreign government or the Port of Houston, but Easterly…


Banditry: Ban on mobile telecommunications network continues until

Governor Bello Matawalle of Zamfara State says the ban on mobile telecommunications network will remain until security personnel record win the fight against insecurity in the state.

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) directed mobile telecommunications network providers to shut down their networks in Zamfara State for two weeks as part of measures to tackle the activities of bandits.

PREMIUM TIMES reported how people in the state now travel to Sokoto and Funtua in Katsina State to make calls, send messages and do financial transactions.

The ban was to expire on Friday. But speaking to BBC Hausa radio, Mr Matawalle said it will continue indefinitely.

“We must elongate the ban because our hope is for peace to return and for our people to be safe.

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“We’ll continue to discuss with security agencies and until we are convinced by them, the ban will continue. The result of our interactions with the security agencies will determine when the ban will be lifted,” Mr. Màtawalle said.

Katsina State government has also shut down mobile telecommunications network in 13 local government areas of the state where bandits are considered to be active.

The areas, Funtua, Malumfashi, Bakori, Dutsin Ma, Faskari, Sabuwa, Dandume, Safana, Batsari Kankara, Danmusa, Jibia and Kurfi have all disconnected from mobile telecommunications services.

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