Ransomware Is a Real Threat but CyberSense From Index Engines Can Help

Ransomware continues to be a severe threat that organizations worldwide face, especially firms with older technologies with out-of-support software packages like Windows 2003 and Informix. This article by Denny Cherry discusses Index Engines’ CyberSense solution, which can protect organizations from ransomware by scanning, validating, and counting as safe both older and modern platforms. CyberSense distinguishes itself from other solutions in the same industry by detecting encrypted files by looking at file metadata and data themselves, detecting even slow encryption through delta comparison of entropy scores. This unique form of detection helps protect organizations from ransomware, especially with the more targeted approach observed in recent attacks.

CyberSense by Index Engines Presentation at Storage Field 25 Was Excellent and Scared the Crap Out of Me

Denny Cherry shares his thoughts on the CyberSense presentation by Index Engines at Storage Field Day 25. He discusses the presentation and how it underscored the importance of data management and cybersecurity for modern businesses. With insights into the latest trends in cybersecurity and data backup technologies, this article is an essential read for IT professionals looking to improve their data protection strategies.

Dramatically Decreasing the Time to Push Software to the Edge

The demonstration that Avassa Systems delivered at September’s Tech Field Day really drove home just how powerful their solution is assisting in pushing docker images to edge devices. Denny Cherry, a Field Day delegate, writes on how his mind was racing from the demonstrations provided by Avassa Systems. If you’re into an environment with edge devices, check out Denny’s latest post!

Servers Running Too Slow, Just Add All the Cores!

Denny Cherry was a delegate at Tech Field Day Exclusive at Intel Data-Centric Innovation Day, where he got to see a lot of major announcements from the company. One that stood out was the updates to the Scalable Xeon line, which now offer up to 56 cores. Throw in support for hyperthreading and up to 8 CPUs on a single motherboard, and you can throw around some serious core counts. Denny sees these as new CPUs as excellent solutions for public cloud providers, who can now easily add compute density in a manageable power envelope.

Meet Field Day Delegate – Denny Cherry

Denny Cherry is joining us for Tech Field Day Exclusive at Intel Data-Centric Innovation Day. As a new delegate, Gestalt IT got to ask him to question to introduce him to the larger IT community. Find out how he got into IT, his first computer, and more.

Denny Cherry

Denny Cherry has over a decade of experience managing SQL Server and is currently a principal consultant for Denny Cherry & Associates Consulting. Denny holds several Microsoft Certifications including the MCM as well as being a Microsoft MVP, an MCM and a VMware vExpert.