Cybersecurity used to be considered “an IT issue.” Keeping data and files safe was the domain of the CIO, and no one else paid much attention as long as operations were running smoothly. Because data has become an enormous business driver for all types of companies, and cybersecurity laws have become stricter and more specific to address the growing risks for consumers and businesses, CEOs and other company leaders have begun to realize that staying on top of cybersecurity isn’t just a smart IT practice. Cybersecurity is now a critical business issue that impacts the health of the organization.Read More
9 out of 10 phishing emails contain ransomware, and 91% of data breaches start with a phishing attack.
The consequences of ransomware and data breaches can be severe for a company's bottom line and reputation.
Is it possible your employees could fall for scams like these? If you're not sure, you might want to phish them yourself to find out.Read More
You probably heard about the ransomware strain WannaCry that spread globally in May, blocking customers from their data unless they paid a ransom.
WannaCry exploited a Windows vulnerability that Microsoft released a patch for two months earlier. This attack was (or should’ve been) a wake-up call to the importance of timely patching on every server and PC, every time critical security updates are released.Read More
Spending heavily on cybersecurity makes sense given the risk, and can make an executive feel safe. Unfortunately, the major sources of cyber threats aren’t technological.Read More
Cybercrime is steadily increasing and getting harder to prevent. Smaller companies are often left scrambling in the face of ransomware, phishing, social engineering and other digital attacks.
Proactively combatting and preventing these clever, sophisticated schemes takes the right resources, but strapped for time and money, smaller businesses often default to a reactive approach. This can be costly.Read More
Because almost all important business data is stored electronically, virus prevention, detection and resolution has never been more important. Here are some tips to save your business from malicious activity and downtime.Read More
What effect does technology downtime have on your company?
Technology has innovated the business world in several ways in the last few years, and one of the most impactful is cloud technology. 82% of companies reportedly reduced expenses by moving to the cloud. By 2015, end-user spending on cloud services could total more than $180 billion. But, as with any technological advancement, cloud security is a component of the revolution that’s nearly as important as the innovation itself.