Cyber attacks are a real risk for any business and their potential impact is only widening. With an increasing number of businesses relying heavily on technology for record-keeping, financial transactions, and other vital parts of the work day, it’s possible for a cyber attack to decimate a business. As a result, it’s more critical than ever to understand the potential cyber security threats to your business and how to manage them.
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.
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…
James Bond would never have imagined threats that he could not confront in person but we all know they exist—in cyberspace. Indeed 2017 may be the year cyber threats top your business’s agenda in the areas of security and data protection.
The general threat categories businesses face on a regular basis, and the basic elements of data security your company should have in place to counteract them.
…experts estimate that a whopping 97 percent of people cannot identify a phishing email—particularly a sophisticated one.