In the effort to reach compliance standards, you might overlook one key detail: compliance and security are two different things. If you want to be truly secure, it’s necessary to go above and beyond compliance standards.
IoT, as with every new technology, holds true the dichotomy between enthusiastic adoption and reasonable caution. There are inherent weaknesses to any system, and new tech such as IoT pose a higher cyber security risk while its vulnerabilities are still in discovery.
When you’ve experienced an insider breach, your first thought is that you don’t want to have to reveal it. In many cases, you may fear that revealing the breach may cause you to lose business, upset customers, and cause future security problems for your business. The reality, however, is that it’s increasingly important for your business to report insider breaches caused by members of your team, whether inadvertently or deliberately.
In a tech company, there are two major categories of IT tasks. Those that develop and improve your product, and those that support normal company processes like the Network Operations Center (NOC) and help desk services.
When you’re looking for a cloud solution for your business, you want a high-quality offering. It needs to be strong and fast enough to support the needs of your business, but it also needs to have real cyber security that will prevent a range of threats from reaching your business’s important data, shutting down your…
Digital signage is growing. Businesses are using digital signage throughout their establishment to go green, save money, and increase customer interaction. Changes to the design or information within digital menu boards, itineraries, and community calendars are remotely managed and alterations such as price updates are complete within minutes. Establishments use small versions of digital signage…
Without a doubt in our minds, we believe that businesses are moving in greater numbers to the Cloud. It is also true, however, that organizations face dangers of unencrypted databases in the Cloud.
Cybersecurity is a fast-growing arena that is constantly changing. New threats arise every day–and often the law hasn’t grown fast enough to keep up with them. Cybersecurity’s legal gray areas are all too familiar to many hackers.
You’ve watched the rise in data breaches over the past several years. You know that your small or medium business is now no safer than the big corporations–and that, in fact, many hackers are choosing to deliberately target businesses like yours to find less stringent security measures. It’s important, however, that you understand the full…
Cloud based solutions are proving their worth. Companies can see quantifiable benefits like lowered operating costs, improved resource allocation and increased agility. You may already have moved your phone system over to VoIP but innovations in technology permits businesses to move other commonly used technology to the cloud.
There are plenty of security threats that have the potential to have a negative impact on your business. One of the most frightening for many business owners and security professionals, however, is the zero-day exploit. Preparing for this type of security threat is critical to protecting