Data breach management is something all business owners need to take very seriously. As the world of business has shifted online in the past few years — and as COVID-19 has accelerated moves towards remote work, collaboration and data-driven processes — robust data protection is now crucial.
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If you work on US Department of Defense (DoD) contracts in any capacity, you need to prove you have sufficient cybersecurity in place to protect unclassified data. But what security measures do you need, and how do you prove data security compliance? Let’s take a look.
Cybersecurity training is often overlooked by employers, leaving employees making mistakes that in turn, leave the company vulnerable and open to costly cyberattacks. With the increase in cyberattacks, employers must start training employees on the basics of cybersecurity.
Unless you’ve been through a security breach and have firsthand knowledge, you probably aren’t aware of the severity it can have on not only your business, but your clients. Let’s take a look at the ways we can help your business avoid the headache of a mailbox attack and the implications it can have.
Cloud computing has many advantages for businesses. Before you begin your journey into using cloud services, get the facts so you’re prepared to make the best decision for your organization.
Everyone hopes they won’t need it, but measures like disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) are crucial for small organizations that can’t afford to risk downtime. Check for these 3 key components that the right DRaaS provider should include, so if the worst happens, you can get right back to business without missing a beat.
One of the largest threats Americans and American business owners face today is cyber attacks. This threat has been on the steady incline and research shows it won’t be slowing down anytime soon. So what does that mean for you? What does that mean for your business? Simply put, it means, serious measures must be taken to ensure the safety of company data.
Backup and disaster recovery (BDR) is one of the most fundamental components of your business, this is what will save you when your ship has sunken. We are going to go over the most basic but also most important characteristics your BDR plan should include. For any small business, this will lay the perfect foundation for your BDR strategy.
Risk management is a cyclic step-by-step process determined by your organization’s security objectives. Applying a risk management framework is the most strategic approach to attaining your cybersecurity goals. An RMF is the blueprint for putting up robust security structures.
Case study at a glance: Employees: 700 Locations: East coast The situation Leading up to the attack A person outside of the organization received what looked to be a legitimate email from the organization with a Word document attachment. When the user opened the Word document, their computer was breached. However, this email was sent […]