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.
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.
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.
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…
As the number of businesses being victimized by cyber attacks climbs higher each year, it is becoming clear that just covering the basics for industry compliance isn’t enough to protect data. Unfortunately, many CEOs and other professionals lack…
If you are like most business owners, this is one of your first thoughts when it comes to dealing with cyber attacks: what’s the worst that can happen?
While your business may not be sitting on millions of dollars in assets for hackers to steal, you still have items of value to them. Hackers are more than willing to steal small amounts of money if the effort needed to do it is low enough. And you’re also likely sitting on data that is valuable to them, particularly customer data such as social security numbers or credit card numbers that is key to identity theft.