FoxNet Inc.

Celebrating 20 Years!

The 20 year anniversary marks an important milestone for FoxNet as we look back on our growth, accomplishments, and relationships built with customers, partners, staff, and the community. We would like to thank everyone who has been involved in helping FoxNet reach 20 years in an ever-changing industry. We would not be here without your…

Managed Network Services

You rely on the cloud to run your business. What would you do without it? With business-critical software applications and data now in the cloud, networks are the gateway to everything your employees need to do their jobs.  And if a problem causes the network to go down, it can bring your operation to a…

The “IT Contact” Dilemma

“Oh, yeah I have a contact who can do that.” In today’s world, if your IT contact is your company’s solution, you should be concerned. Do you really want to rely on one person to protect the technology that keeps your company running while cybercrime is at an all-time high and attacks are becoming increasingly…

The imminent danger facing the legal Industry

Attorney-client privilege extends to client data Attorney-client privilege is what makes a client feel secure from the potential risk of having sensitive information fall into the wrong hands. Unfortunately, client data doesn’t always receive that same luxury. Data breaches in the legal industry are on the rise and most firms are not giving cybersecurity the…

Cybersecurity Awareness Month 2020

2020 has certainly brought no shortage of changes from 2019 – but one of the biggest changes between last fall and this fall is the amount of time we’re spending at home, in turn using technology to run our business from home. This has opened up pandora’s box when it comes to cybersecurity for both…

What makes healthcare data so valuable to cyber-criminals? The unique risks and results that our digital healthcare systems face.

When it comes to cybersecurity these days, most people are more concerned about keeping their financial information safer than their health information, even though PHI (Personal Health Information) is significantly more valuable on the black market. When a bad actor obtains the name, birthdate, social security number, and medical history for an individual, not only…