Data security doesn’t have to be expensive, but realistically the cheapest software will not protect your business.
In today’s global economy, data is everywhere. Companies send and receive sensitive data all over the country and world. There is a push toward more accessible data, and greater interoperability. But how do you protect your data in a more connected and accessible world?
With so much sensitive information handled so regularly in any workplace, data security is a constant concern. Recent security breaches in major companies, such as H&R Block, show that even the biggest companies are at risk. Every enterprise businesses’ data security needs to be evaluated and improved. But where do you start?
Hacker activity is becoming more prevalent in the news from year to year. From the infamous leak of celebrity nudes to the infiltration of Dropbox, it seems that hackers are after more than just credit card details. The cyber black market has evolved into a veritable “hacker’s bazaar” that
When companies don’t have security and breach reporting policies for their franchisees, their locations are more vulnerable to attacks, and their response to problems will be slow and uncoordinated…
A loud clang signals the lightning is hitting the building next door. Suddenly, the lights go out, and the power goes off. Another crash comes just a little closer to your building. The generator has been hit. Your entire system is wiped out. What happens to your data?
…it did not take a flood, fire or cyber attack to disrupt operations; the culprit was an unseen problem that can affect any business at any time.
Are you taking as much care in protecting the privacy of verbal communication as you are in securing your data?
Without Windows XP support, customers with Windows XP will no longer receive security updates that can help protect Personal Computers (PC) from harmful viruses, spyware, and other malicious software that can steal critical and confidential data.
This opens the doors to hackers, staggering potential liabilities and governmental compliance issues.