Cybersecurity Steps to Prevent the Demise of Your Small Business
Antivirus software no longer provides the level of cybersecurity required to protect small businesses from a devastating data breach. Cyber-attacks have increased exponentially every year, and 61% of
What is Endpoint Security?
Endpoint Security or Endpoint Protection is a procedure wherein devices like laptops, tablets, and mobile phones, which are being used in the workforce, are being protected from security breaches.
Cybersecurity Risks: Why You Should Care
To most people, the internet just exists. Information gets sent out into the void, your website just runs, and you use it daily to send a few emails. When it comes to the cybersecurity side of
What Does Your Data Center Need to Be SSAE 18 Certified?
Now that SSAE 16 has been upgraded to SSAE 18, it’s important to understand exactly what the SSAE 18 requirements are for your data center. An SSAE 18 certification can boost your reputation,
What You Need to Know About DFARS
Are you a Department of Defense contractor? Have you heard of DFARS? If you work with Controlled Unclassified Information, or CUI, you probably have. If you do work with CUI and you haven’t heard
The Consequences of DFARS Non-Compliance
DFARS compliance. As a contractor for the federal government, you’ve probably heard the phrase. For those who don’t know, DFARS stands for Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement. In
Top 10 Best Practices for Password Management
In 2016, Verizon announced that 63% of data breaches were the result of weak or stolen passwords. 93% of these breaches occurred in just minutes. Obviously, appropriate password management is key to
2018 Mid-Year Report: Cybersecurity Stats
Cybersecurity stats show 2017 as another “worst year ever” for cyberattacks. There were several large breaches in personal data, including Equifax’s security breach that exposed nearly 145
How to Set an IT Budget
Budgets are difficult things. At their hearts, budgets are about allocating resources – determining what expenditures will provide the most value, and then planning to make them. That can be
Lessons Learned from the Atlanta Government Hack
A cyberattack on your business is something you don’t realize the devastating effects of until it actually happens. Having a proactive plan in place is the most important step when dealing with a
IT systems are foundational to modern businesses. Too often, that foundation is unsteady. Unpredictable outages, insecure networks, and unreliable performance from mission-critical systems can jeopardize your entire business.
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