Bill Virtue

Bill Virtue

Bill is a Security Engineer in the Technology Solutions Group at Connection with over 20 years of experience in Networking Solutions, Information Security and Identity Management. Bill is a founding member of the ISSA NH chapter dedicated to promoting Information Security within the business community. Bill is also a US Navy veteran and held Operations Management positions within the Atlantic Fleet. Bill has broad knowledge in the Security and Compliance space and has consulted on large scale enterprise deployments and security projects and contributed to many technical articles and technology white papers. When he has free time, Bill enjoys catching up with family and friends and riding his Harley Davidson.

Security Engineer at Connection

Areas of expertise: Networking Security

Align Your Security Infrastructure with GDPR

The May 25th deadline for the European Union’s GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) has come and gone. And like Y2K, for those of us who remember, the world hasn’t changed…

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The Meltdown and Spectre Vulnerabilities: Get the Lowdown

1/23/18 Update — Reports, patches, and updates are still coming forward. We are continuing to monitor the situation as it develops. Here are a few links to help keep you updated…

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Boost Your Healthcare Security

A thorough and robust security maintenance plan is absolutely necessary in order to meet HIPAA requirements and regulations. Certainly, there’s a lot of information available on best practices to meet…

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Ransomware Q&A

Another day, another attack…or, at least, that’s how it feels lately. Ransomware is all over the news, affecting everyone, from small businesses to huge multi-national corporations. Naturally, our customers are…

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Cyber Responsibility, the Trickle-down Effect

Buckling your seatbelt for a single car ride doesn’t make for safe driving practices. Buckling your seatbelt for every car ride is a safer bet. Best practices in cyber security…

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