Many companies have adopted a BYOD (bring your own device) environment, either to save money on hardware or to maximize convenience among their employees. However, BYOD environments represent significant potential risks, because phones, tablets, and laptops often provide a direct link for malware to enter your company’s network. Remote workers who access your company’s network … » Learn More about Protecting Your Employees’ Mobile Devices
While computers and the internet have made many aspects of business and commerce easier, technology advances have not been entirely beneficial. Data breaches and catastrophic data loss are a painful reality for too many companies of all sizes. In many ways, passwords to email and other private or proprietary files and programs represent the weak link … » Learn More about Importance of Password Protection
Everyone has a certain level of risk tolerance. What’s yours? One way to determine the answer is to ask yourself what the cost would be if your business were disrupted or completely shut down even for a single day. Or an even more dire scenario: what if your company experienced an intellectual property data breach, … » Learn More about Define Your Risk Tolerance
Before cybercriminals can wreak havoc on your computer system, they have to get past your security. By leveraging some basic safety strategies, you can protect your business from a cyber-attack. We’d like to share with you our Cyber Security Cheat Sheet. Consider this your security hygiene routine, like brushing your teeth. With regular checkups and daily accountability, … » Learn More about Cyber Security Cheat Sheet
Sometimes it can feel like nobody’s safe from a cyber-attack. With large corporations like Target and Staples succumbing to breaches and ransomware, what can a small business owner do to make sure sensitive data and critical computer networks are protected? According to Symantec, the average cost of a cyber-attack on a small to medium sized … » Learn More about Do You Have Layered Protection?