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Nth Generation Awarded Most Valuable Partner Award for 2017

Cylance’s Channel Partners Awards Recognize Partners for Their Commitment to Helping Customers Protect Data from Insider Threats and Cyberattacks. SAN DIEGO, CA, November 6, 2018 – Cylance Inc., the leading provider of AI-driven, prevention-first security solutions, announced that Nth Generation has won the 2017 Cylance Most Valuable Partner Award. The program honors Cylance’s channel partners that have.... Continue Reading >>

Join us in Burbank, CA for an Exclusive Cybersecurity Event

“California Attorney General Concludes that Failing to Implement the Center for Internet Security’s (CIS) Critical Security Controls (CSC) ‘Constitutes a Lack of Reasonable Security'”* Discover how Machine Learning (ML) and 3rd Generation Artificial Intelligence (AI) are helping firms to: PREDICT – PROTECT – PREVENT ATTACKS Event: Cybersecurity Event: Could negligence be your weakest link? Date: Thursday, September.... Continue Reading >>

Register Now to Attend the 2018 Tech Symposium!

Southern California’s finest Technology Symposium, hosted by Nth Generation, is back again for its 18th year. Join us in our journey together to a greater IT transformation experience. Free for qualified professionals, deep dive into the latest enterprise technology IT has to offer. SOLUTIONS REPRESENTED IN SHOWCASE: Digital Transformation Security Transformation Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning Intelligent Edge.... Continue Reading >>

Nth Generation Cybersecurity Event: Could negligence be your weakest link?

LogRhythm, Varonis, Cylance, and Proofpoint sponsored a full house Nth cybersecurity luncheon at Mastro’s in Costa Mesa on Wednesday, June 27th. The event, titled “Could negligence be your weakest link?” highlighted how machine learning and 3rd generation artificial intelligence are helping firms predict, protect, and prevent attacks. Specialists also reviewed Critical Security Controls best practices and discussed.... Continue Reading >>

Nth Security Panel Event in Riverside, CA

Thank you to everyone who attended the Nth Security Panel Event on June 5th at the Mission Inn in Riverside, CA. We discussed the current cyber security landscape and the increasing need for Automation, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and Machine Learning (ML). We had a great turnout! A special thank you to Varonis, Cylance, and LogRhythm who co-hosted.... Continue Reading >>

Rich Lindberg’s Presentation at the ISACA Orange County Chapter Meeting

Rich Lindberg, the newest addition to our Nth Generation security team, recently presented at the ISACA Orange County Chapter meeting on Tuesday, April 17th in Irvine, CA. The meeting was a CPE accredited event discussing the Center for Internet Security® (CIS) Controls™ v7.0 and overview of the Risk Assessment Method v1.0. CIS® Center for Internet Security® The.... Continue Reading >>

Watch Out For These New Tax Scams in 2018

With tax season underway, attackers are heavily leveraging schemes around the IRS and taxes in order to acquire your hard-earned money. By leveraging anxiety over time-sensitivity, and the threat of the government repercussions, you may experience lack of discernment. Don’t get caught in a scam trap! Here’s what we’re seeing in the field: Watch Out for These.... Continue Reading >>

Nth’s Highlights From Fortinet’s Accelerate 2018 Conference

Nth Generation attended the Fortinet Accelerate 18 Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada February 26 – March 1, 2018. Over 2,000 thought leaders, technical experts, and IT professionals attended this conference to share and learn the latest in network security. The conference offered a unique opportunity to gain hands-on technical expertise, connect with security pros and Fortinet executives,.... Continue Reading >>

Internet Explorer & Windows XP: Where Are We At?

It’s been a few weeks since Microsoft released its initial code red, Homeland-security-level threat for Internet Explorer. Now, with patches available for both IE and XP users, we can all rest easy, right? Not so fast. A Timeline with Questionable Timing  Three weeks after Microsoft formally ended its thirteen-year support of Windows XP, a major security flaw.... Continue Reading >>

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