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GraVoc’s own David Laster and Mark Wiley will be presenting 7 sessions at the year’s Dynamics Community Summit North America! Click here to check out what they will be presenting on!
Every business should have a system in place for Password Management. In this article, we examine why passwords are a top target for cybercriminals and what your business can be doing to protect and manage your passwords.
We are excited to share that our Director of Software Solutions, David Laster, has been selected to present at DynamicsCon – a free learning experience for 11,000+ Microsoft Business Application users and professionals!
Join us virtually on Thursday, September 9th, 2021 from 4:00pm-5:30pm for an overview of how you can protect your business from ransomware & other cybersecurity threats.
On August 16th, 2021, members from our team were invited to Peabody Veterans Memorial High School (PVMHS) to take part in a special visit by Massachusetts Governor, Charlie Baker and Lt. Governor, Karyn Polito.
In this article, we explore what Personally Identifiable Information (PII) is and why individuals and organizations need to ensure the security of this sensitive data.
After 24 years of working at GraVoc, Ron Smoller has officially retired! Check out pictures from our surprise retirement party!
We are thrilled to add the Gold Competency for Small and Midmarket Cloud Solutions to our growing list of Microsoft Competencies!
GraVoc Security Consultant, Josh, demonstrates how a hacker can break an iPhone’s wireless settings using a rogue hotspot as seen in the most recent Apple bug, Wi-Fi Network %p%s%s%s%s%n.
GraVoc Receives Award From Rotary Club of Peabody and Local Non-Profits for Help Throughout the Pandemic
On June 24th, 2021, we received a surprise award from the Rotary Club of Peabody and our other local non-profit friends, thanking us for our support before, during and after the pandemic.
GraVoc security consultant, Josh, shows you how hackers can attempt to steal INDALA Badges using a home-brewed hacking device.
In this episode of How Do Hackers Do Things, GraVoc Security Consultant, Josh, will show you how hackers can clone a badge using the Proxmark3. This type of attack could allow an attacker to physically enter a facility and plant other devices that would allow for further exploitation.
In this animated video, we ask What is Red Team in Cybersecurity & how are businesses using Red Team Exercises to test the effectiveness of their security posture?
GraVoc Security Consultant, Josh Jenkins, shows you the Art of Website Cloning and how hackers can clone websites for their own malicious purposes.
GraVoc Sponsors Launch Event for Frederick E. Berry Institute for Politics and Civic Engagement at SSU
GraVoc is proud to be a Presenting Sponsor for the launch event for the Frederick E. Berry Institute of Politics and Civic Engagement at SSU!
Our Video Production Team put together a list of tips and tricks for recording video at home!
In our second episode of How Do Hackers Do Things, GraVoc Security Consultant, Josh, shows you how hackers harvest email addresses for malicious purposes.
The New York State Department of Financial Services (DFS) released guidance on a cyber fraud campaign targeting websites that collect non-public information (NPI).
We recently teamed up with the E3 Ranch Foundation to provide services for their online fundraising raffle and are proud to make a donation to help further their mission!
In our first episode of How Do Hackers Do Things, GraVoc Security Consultant, Josh Jenkins, shows you how hackers can take advantage of Shodan; a freely available tool on the Internet that allows anyone to preform advanced recon on a target URL.
GraVoc is a technology-consulting firm located in Peabody, Massachusetts just north of Boston. GraVoc is committed to solving business problems for customers through the development, implementation, and support of technology-based solutions.
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