Ransomware is a form of malware that causes damage to your computer restricting access to confidential information until a ransom is paid. SMBs are key ransomware targets 70% of the time therefore, it is extremely important that you are proactive in preventing ransomware and prepared to handle it if it were to occur.
Over the past year, Zoom has replaced in-person communication for many individuals, businesses, universities and organizations due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Therefore, it is extremely important to be aware of the cybersecurity threats that Zoom can pose and how to best protect yourself from those threats.
Cybercrime is one of the largest threats affecting our economy and businesses. It’s easy to look at the billions of dollars lost to cyberattacks each year and simply say that the answer is to buy more technology, but that’s not the only answer. People, process and technology have to work in tandem to effectively combat cybersecurity threats.
Technology is an extremely powerful tool and has a positive impact on businesses every day, but it can also come with risks. We believe part of being a responsible employee is being aware of the ways you can protect your business' data and information.
Is your business protected in the best possible way? To maintain a thriving business, it is important to always optimize your processes, stay up to date with the latest technology trends and ensure that your data is protected. If your business relies on technology to stay afloat, which most do in our world today, here are three key benefits of outsourcing IT services to increase internal productivity.
Malware and ransomware both pose serious security threats to your businesses’ operating systems, just in different ways. Most of the time, large sums of money are on the line when it comes to these kinds of security breaches, so your company must take extra precautions and be aware of how to spot the difference between malware vs.
According to a recent report from Juniper Research, the cost of data breaches will rise from $3 trillion each year to more than $5 trillion in 2024. That is why it is essential to protect your business against cyberattacks and to make sure that your employees are aware of cybersecurity terminology and definitions.
The legal sector is becoming increasingly dependent upon technology to increase efficiency and drive business growth. Law firms today face an unprecedented amount of regulatory scrutiny in assuring client’s data is safe, so it’s essential that law firms have proper cybersecurity protection.
Small businesses are just as susceptible to cybersecurity threats as large businesses, if not more because they don’t have the proper resources to prevent attacks, and oftentimes, they don’t think they’re a target. In fact, 62% of all cyberthreat victims are small businesses.
Technology is a powerful tool when it comes to productivity, customer service and human connection. It is truly what has kept our world afloat, as many businesses have shifted to working from home due to COVID-19. With all of the upsides of technology, it is important to be aware of the downsides and how to best protect your business from cyberattacks.