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.

Senior Partner Development Specialist - Dell

Areas of expertise: Networking Security

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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Stay Alert: Security Awareness In the Office and At Home

Does your security awareness training program offer everyday tips for staying safe online, at home and in the office? Maybe it’s time to think about making security personal and practical…

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Mobility, Data, and Security in Healthcare

Mobile productivity continues to be a rising demand in healthcare as doctors, nurses, medical students, and other healthcare professionals need access to patient data. And health organizations must also address…

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Data Center

Out with the Old: Support Ending for Microsoft Server 2003

Tens of thousands of enterprises around the world rely on Microsoft Server 2003 to power their businesses. However, on July 14, 2015, Microsoft officially will end support for Server 2003:…

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