Digital BackOffice Partners with ON2IT for Zero Trust Services

Digital BackOffice (DBO) is now offering Managed Detection and Response and Zero Trust services in partnership with ON2IT.  DBO is the managed network and data center services arm of Advanced Corporate Networking, Inc., based in Milford, CT, with a diverse client base including K-12 schools, municipalities, law firms, service providers and manufacturing.  ON2IT is a […]

Enhancing Network Security in Education: Best Practices for Schools

As technology continues to revolutionize the education sector, schools are facing an unprecedented level of reliance on their networks and devices. With this increased reliance comes a heightened risk of cyber threats and data breaches, which can pose serious privacy and financial risks to educational institutions. That’s where Digital BackOffice comes in. As a trusted […]

A Workshop for Public Sector Agencies

Cyber insurance premiums are increasing! Email phishing attempts occur daily! Funding and supporting technology infrastructure is an annual challenge! Join us on Thursday, October 20th, for informative presentations on 21st century data networking, zero trust to mitigate rising insurance premiums, and integrating legacy building systems with high-speed internet services like CEN. This event is for […]

Why Run an SLR?

Do you really know what’s on your network? Most companies lack full visibility into activity and devices ontheir networks, leaving them in the dark about security risks. A Security Lifecycle Review (SLR) providesa customized security assessment of the applications, internet of things (IoT) devices, vulnerabilities,threats, and risks in your environment. Once you know where the […]

City of New London Upgrades Firewall

New London Protects Data with Next Gen Firewall” The City of New London Information Technology division was created to improve the information technology throughout the City, leverage emerging technologies, reduce cost, and improve services to citizens and employees.  Assuring the safety and integrity of City data and information systems through security and access management is a […]

New Canaan Public Schools Upgrades Network Security

New Canaan Public Schools has selected Palo Alto Networks and Milford, CT. based, Digital BackOffice, to enhance cybersecurity with a next generation firewall.  New Canaan School Public Schools are a top-rated school district with 4,161 students in grades PK, K-12 and a student-teacher ratio of 12 to 1. According to state test scores, 86% of […]

Put a SOC on IT

Cyber Security Operations Centers (SOC) and the employees that staff these centers are often integrated with law enforcement departments, multinational companies and federal agencies.  Municipalities employ emergency management personnel and prepare emergency operations centers for weather related and natural disasters but not cyber-security.  Public sector agencies and K-12 schools rarely designate a Chief Information Security […]


Trumbull Public Schools was one of 373 nationwide school districts placed on the 2019 College Boards 9th annual AP® district honor roll for significant gains in student access and success.  Reaching these goals shows that Trumbull Public Schools is successfully identifying motivated, academically prepared students who are ready for Advanced Placement. The Trumbull PS Technology […]

The Best Endpoint Detection and Response. Period.

We’re thrilled to announce the results of the independent MITRE ATT&CK™ framework evaluation, which validates that no other EDR offering on the market rivals the capabilities of Cortex XDR™. MITRE provides an objective, third-party view into how leading vendors measure up against advanced attacks. These results prove that Cortex XDR delivers: The best attack technique […]

Meriden Public Schools Upgrades Network Security with Digital BackOffice

Meriden Public School Superintendent Mark Benigni was recently recognized by a national education consortium for enhancing student learning through technology.  Superintendent Benigni over recent years has led a push in Meriden to embed more technology and digital content into the curriculum. Meriden is now considered a “one-to-one” district, meaning each student has their own computer […]