Most businesses simply respond to cybersecurity attacks when they happen, leaving them vulnerable and scrambling to come up with a defense plan at the last minute. With proactive cybersecurity, your business can prevent losing thousands of dollars by deploying advanced security solutions and having an incident plan in place to respond to attacks.
In a perfect world, business owners would never have to worry about falling victim to cybercriminals. Company data and critical systems would be immune to cyberattacks and breaches. Unfortunately, we don’t live in a perfect world and keeping your business safe demands awareness (by your people), vigilance (in creating and following processes) and advanced security tools (technology) to stay ahead of bad actors.
The relationship between insurance agencies and technology has never been more important than it is in 2021. For a long time, insurance agencies have had access to back-office systems like Epic, Applied, AMS360, etc. In today’s marketplace, that simply isn’t enough to remain competitive.
According to Tech. Co, small to midsize businesses will likely grow to more than 15% in the VoIP market by 2025. This growth is predicted to be driven by a few factors. The first being, most workers are now remote at least a couple of days out of the week, and VoIP phone systems can save businesses money and time.
Cloud computing provides solutions for businesses of all sizes. Small and large businesses need to be able to access information at any time and anywhere. According to our IT experts, moving to the cloud is critical for business success and security. Here are 3 things you MUST know about cloud computing if you are thinking about making the switch.
One of our core values is to grow. We are always striving to learn more and increase our capacity. One of the ways we do that at MIS is by advancing our education with personal certifications so that we can better serve our clients.
Lliam Holmes, Founder, and CEO of MIS Solutions, holds several certifications, one of them being a Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH). Sounds intense.
Are you confident that your legal data is secured? Law firms rely on IT performance, security and flexibility to succeed and represent their clients well. With more people working from home, security is more important than ever, and it is crucial to ensure that you have the proper policies in place to protect your data.
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.