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 Advertisements
There is great value in investing time and resources into the things that will help increase productivity, creativity, security and enthusiasm. Integrating business technology into the customer experience can have many benefits. When you know
IT professionals have long understood the importance of data. Now, CEOs and executives are beginning to understand that it is an asset and must be properly managed and protected. Companies are investing time and resources in the tools, skills and infrastructure needed to store and manage data properly.
Distributed denial of service attacks grew into a huge threat in 2016. Two massive DDoS attacks made the news within a month of each other. On September 20, an attack hit the website of security expert Brian Krebs. At its peak, it flooded the site at 620 Gbps. On October 21, an attack disabled the…
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The rising ransomware threat causes many business executives to sweat when they think of it. Ransomware as a service, or ransomware for hire, is even worse. It’s bad enough that hackers can use it. Selling ransomware, however, means that anyone can become a cyber criminal–and that means that even more businesses are at risk.
For companies that rely on data to function, ransomware attacks are among the most devastating–especially if the company doesn’t have a solid backup system in place that will enable them to restore as much of that data as possible. Being ready for a ransomware attack is a critical part of your disaster plan. From defending…