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Infiltrating government data is highly treacherous and illegal. Cybercriminals may steal government files, share and disclose private information, and disrupt politics to disunify the country. The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, under the United States Department of Homeland Security, defends the government against cyber threats. However, much of the U.S. government tends to have a reactive approach to data management and security. Since data supports government work, cybersecurity risks are high. ...

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Wi-Fi is a set of protocols that enable wireless networking, these protocols are defined in the 802.11 IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) standard. Although this goes without saying: Wi-Fi is extremely convenient, especially in homes where it may not be practical to connect devices together using cables. This means that backups to network locations in the home and some offices are often performed over Wi-Fi. While this may be more convenient, there are several downsides when compared to a backup performed over a cabled network connection. ...

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Macrium MultiSite enables you to monitor and manage multiple instances of Macrium Site Manager using one web interface. This web interface is hosted by us using Microsoft Azure virtual machines. Information from the Site Managers is sent securely over an insecure network, the internet, to the virtual machines. This begs the question, how do we keep your information secure from Site Manager to MultiSite? ...

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Posted at Jun 13 2022, 12:00h in cybersecurity Jack Mansfield, Marketing

Categories: cybersecurity, data-security, infosec, it-management, macrium-multisite


Macrium Site Manager enables partitions/disks to be restored easily and rapidly back to their original location. To restore a partition/disk to a different location, e.g. to a new disk or bare metal restore, then the image will need to be restored manually using the Site Manager Agent or rescue media respectively. ...

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Using Macrium Reflect, it is possible to clone an entire drive or specific partitions on a drive. This is useful if you are upgrading to a larger drive and can often be faster than imaging the source drive and restoring to the destination drive. Cloning your drive will create a bootable copy of the source drive with the state it was in at the time the clone took place. You can clone to a drive installed in your computer or to a drive that is attached using a USB caddy. ...

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Posted at May 25 2022, 12:00h in backup Jack Mansfield, Marketing

Categories: backup, clones, cloning, di̇sk