How often do you find random USB flash drives while you’re cleaning up your office? Even with cloud storage as common as it is, there are still times and places for USB drives, so it’s not uncommon to find them out and about. The problem, however, is that you don’t know what’s on them until you plug them in… and depending on the contents, you might be in for a world of trouble.
You invest in the things you care about, things like your business. You want to make sure that you are doing all that you can to protect it from harm. Let’s take a look at some of the approaches you might take to secure your business from threats, as well as what you should look for in each solution that you might consider.
When you picture cybercrime, what goes through your mind? Do you see a hacker in a dark hoodie sitting in the corner of a room with lines of code furiously buzzing across the computer screen? If so, we have some news for you; cybercrime is anything but this perception. Let’s examine organized cybercrime and why it’s important for your business to take its growth into a full-blown industry seriously.
Email plays a critical role in the communications infrastructure of any business, and therefore it is extremely important to shore up its defenses so hackers cannot take advantage of it as an outlet into your network. It’s true that most businesses don’t understand just how important email security is, and if it’s not addressed, it could be quite costly for your organization.
Adept (noun): someone who is a professional at a given task, possesses knowledge needed to be successful in completing said task. While this level of skill is important to cultivate in all aspects of business, it is perhaps most important where cybersecurity is involved. Let’s go over a few practices you can adopt and adjust to improve your business’ network security—specifically, in terms of bringing professional-level expertise on for assistance.
Shouldn’t you be afraid that someone is monitoring you now that a front-facing webcam is embedded into all of your electronics, such as computers, smartphones, tablets, and even some smart TVs? What about the cameras you have installed inside or outside your home? Or is it buried in an Airbnb listing?
If you’ve been following the news recently, you’ve almost likely heard about cybersecurity issues impacting a few of the world’s most important organizations. While cyberattacks may appear to be an issue just for major enterprises — and they are — they affect companies of all sizes & sectors.
Today’s blog might seem a bit simple, and that’s because it is. Your network security is going to play a huge part in the operations and functionality of your business, whether you realize it or not. In fact, your network security might be the only thing keeping your business in proper working order. We’re going to discuss some of the less-obvious reasons why security is beneficial for businesses like yours.
Network security can be challenging for businesses, but it doesn’t have to be. By following some simple practices, you can level up your security measures considerably, without investing a ton of time, effort, or resources into it. Here are three ways you can improve your business’ security practices without breaking the bank.
Throughout 2021, Cyberattacks/ Ransomware dominated the headlines. They cause massive disruptions to government institutions, large enterprises, and even supply chains for critical products like fuel and meat. The year began on a poor note in terms of security. In January, the FBI, the National Security Agency, and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency all suspected that Russia was behind an attack on SolarWinds, a Texas-based firm whose software was used by everyone from the federal government to railways, hospitals, and large tech firms.