As a business owner, your focus is to ensure that your business systems and data are secure from threats. There are many ways to make that happen. You may find yourself asking, what is the best way? Which solution will provide the most return on your investment? Would it be a new firewall? Fresh antivirus and anti-malware apps? Actually, the answer might surprise you. The best return on your invested dollars is to help educate your end users. One ignorant end user can bring down your entire infrastructure no matter what you might have invested.
The 2018 Winter Olympics fell victim to a cyberattack before the games even had the chance to begin. Malware that has been dubbed the “Olympic Destroyer” affected Friday’s Winter Olympics opening ceremony.
Whether you use it at work, home, or on-the-go there is a good chance that you use the internet at some point each day. It may be an after thought, but are you always practicing online safety? As a yearly reminder to do so, January 28 is Data Privacy Day.
As small and medium-sized business owners, we make every effort to ensure that our networks are protected from malware, viruses, and spam. It only takes one user to click on a link in a spam or phishing email to bring down the whole network. How do we educate our users so that they become critical consumers in a high-tech workplace?
Choosing the right level of IT support is extremely important in creating a plan to maximize the level of efficiency in your office among your employees. You might already have an IT guy, which is great, but your system might need more monitoring and a little more IT-TLC.
The pulse of every company today can usually be measured by their digital presence. Almost everyone has a website and their business survives working on a network. As workers start their day, they have a cup of coffee or two in the morning. They sit at their desk answering calls and e-mails and things run smoothly as the workday hums along; until there is a problem with your network or device. But how can you be sure that the IT provider there to solve your issues has your businesses best interest in mind?
What do cyber criminals and the Grinch have in common? When it comes to the holiday season, both bad guys are out to ruin your holiday cheer! Cyber Monday is the biggest day for online shopping in the United States. Are you keeping yourself safe from the Cyber Grinch trying to ruin your holiday shopping?