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Your Number One Threat Vector

87% of Companies Surveyed Experienced an Email-Based Threat in the Past Year

Thanks to the prevalence of ransomware and phishing,  your organization requires a truly comprehensive security posture to thwart email attacks.

This month we're teaming with Barracuda Networks to present a webinar on "Email: Effective Security for Your Number-One Threat Vector."

Join us on October 31 at 10:00 AM to see what it takes to deal with today's email threat landscape

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IT Solutions

Our skilled engineers bring over 50 years of experience to customize each of our customers’ IT solutions, to fit their specific needs.  Datalink Networks provides IT solutions in five key technology areas: collaboration, cloud technology, infrastructure, cybersecurity and datacenter.  We partner with over 30 world-class software and hardware vendors including Hewlett-Packard, Microsoft, Datto, and Avaya. 

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Technology moves at the speed of light. Datalink Networks offers a wide range of consulting and services to assist you in improving the quality, productivity, and reliability of your technology investment. 

Our engineering and design team will deliver best of breed technology plans tailored to your needs from consulting and planning to IT maintenance, managed services and everything in between.

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Managed IT Services

Managed IT services free up your resources, allowing you to focus entirely on your core business activities, while we take care of the rest. 

Datalink Networks specializes in remote monitoring and alerting, help desk services, hardware and software maintenance, and asset management. Assessments and detailed reports keep you on top of all your network systems.

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Spearphising on the Rise targeting Office 365 Email

Sophisticated Spearphishing on the Rise in Office 365 Cloud Services

Currently, a popular attack vector is to send out a spoofed email from the IRS with an attached file named “taxletter.doc, (or something similar), and appeals to the recipient to respond immediately in order to prevent delinquent tax liabilities.

In this attack, the malicious attachment's payload is a password stealer. The malware launches Microsoft PowerShell, which works in the background as the recipient views the document. Tens of millions of people have been compromised by this new sophisticated attack, and the messages continue to evolve to avoid detection by unsuspected users.

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Team Members

Don Wisdom


Christina Morris

Vice President

Kevin Jacobson

Manager of Engineering

Dave Carroll

Sr. Technology Consultant

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