6 Best Practices for Preventing Data Breaches

Preventing Data Breaches

The growth and use of technology have both its advantages and demerits. Data breaches and cyber threats are increasingly becoming more frequent. Therefore, businesses are forced to take appropriate steps to prevent data theft. The prevention of cyber threats and data breaches is achievable if organizations implement adequate cyber security strategies and observe best practices. The following are the top six cyber security practices that firms should adhere to avoid

Do You Know How To Make Your Data Safe?

Data Safe

Identity fraud is not something that has been made up; it is a real thing that everyone should be aware of and well-informed of. In the past few years, over 100 billions of dollars have been stolen. If over 100 billions of dollars have been stolen in a span of a few years, this means over $30,000 of dollars were stolen by the minute. Can you imagine having that much

Do You Have A Response Strategy?

Response Strategy

The internet gives everyone the ability to communicate freely and openly with people all over the world. With the availability of Wi-Fi, people have the ability to connect their precious devices to the internet and transfer or accept data from another network. While being able to connect to the internet is great, there are downsides to this. Every person who is connected to the internet will have their own networks

Do Not Put Your Systems And Networks In Harm’s Way

Systems And Networks

We are now two months into 2018 and we hope your business has been successfully adjusting to 2018. We hope you are ready to experience an outstanding year of your business. As you continue to get adjusted to a new year, we want you to remember to make sure you have updated your operating systems and your software. You want to make sure you have the latest updates and patches

Helping You Make Difficult Decisions About Cyber Security

cybersecurity

Protecting your company from costly data breaches and cyber security attacks is critical. Running a small business doesn’t make you invisible to cyber criminals; they’ll notice you. Often, they’ll target you for your sensitive data (e.g. customer credit card numbers, SSNs, employee files), and sometimes for other motives, such as to cause mischief by bringing down your website. A recent article from CIO cautions companies against taking a merely “good