Running from the latest ransomware news? Or dashing to get that newest, greatest device? Many businesses take this reactive approach to IT. Yet it is much more efficient and cost effective to make decisions about IT recognizing that optimizing business technology is a marathon instead.
Two-factor authentication may make you feel secure. But did you know that hackers can get around that too? Our latest blog discusses how they can exploit SMS authentication and what you can do about it.
Of the roughly 3 billion emails sent daily, how many contain sensitive data, private or proprietary information? It’s tough to say. Yet we know it’s a risk. Our latest article explores the risks in sending critical information over email. Then we share solutions to help protect your communications online.
Everyone has a role to play in cybersecurity at work. Don’t let your employees think it’s someone else’s problem. The threat is real. Regrettably, your workers may be your weakest link. This article shares threats, what employees can do, and how to keep them engaged in cybersecurity.
The Colonial Pipeline Ransomware attack crippled the East Coast of the United States’s gasoline supply. Think you’re too small to be a similar target? Think again. Heed these 5 lessons learned from the critical infrastructure cyber attack.
Whether it’s your secret sauce, unique algorithm, or market-changing innovation, information is key to business success. You could be putting your proprietary information at risk. Learn five strategies to strengthen your security around the data that makes your business distinct.
Lawyers need to verify identity before communicating with clients. In the digital age, this can be more challenging. There are phishing scams to worry about, business email counterfeiters, and issues with outgoing email and employee access. We share tips to keep cybersecurity up to snuff.
Insider attacks cost $11.45 million in 2019. Don’t be complacent. Thinking it won’t happen to your firm can lead to disaster. Learn about this and other less common cyberattacks. Your firm can prevent, detect and stop cybersecurity vulnerabilities.
Flash Player has been replaced. You might not think that matters to you. But if you’ve ever downloaded the software to your device, you should uninstall it. Adobe hasn’t just stopped supporting Flash Player. It’s actively advising you take it off your computer. Otherwise you risk malware exposure. Learn more.